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Bed bugs facts: They don’t care how neat and tidy your house is, nor do they care if you’re the best housekeeper on the road. As long as you have blood pumping through your veins to provide them with a meal, bed bugs will happily take up residence in your home. One thing to keep in mind however is that clutter can make it much more difficult to get rid of bed bugs once they’re in your home, because they’ll have lots of places to hide. They are generally found in the creases of the mattress, your headboard, on the side of bedside lockers, and the back of curtains.
Bed bugs are pretty small, but they aren’t microscopic. If you know where to look for them, you can definitely see them without the aid of a magnifying glass. The bed bug nymph is roughly the size of a poppy seed, and grows larger from there. Bed bug adults measure a bit larger than 1/8th of an inch, or about the size of an apple seed or a lentil. The eggs, which are just the size of a pinhead, will be harder to see without magnification. They are nocturnal and feed on you at night.