What Does a Bed Bug Look Like?

What Does a Bed Bug Look Like?

What Do Bed Bugs Look Like?

If you think you've spotted a bed bug, they're red and brown, oval-shaped, and about the size of an apple seed. Their flat bodies swell if they've been eating.

Bed bugs tend to look like ticks, but instead of being black, they're more reddish brown.

What Do Bed Bug Bites Look Like?

Bed bugs will bite you at night on any skin that's exposed, typically at the ankle. The bite will be painless at first and then will later swell and itch. If your bite has a red dot in the center, it's not a bed bug bite, but rather a flea bite.

You can search in Google Images "Bed Bug Bite" to compare your bite to others.

What You Need to Know

If you see a bed bug, or a bed bug bite, you can remedy the situation by following our step-by-step process in our Bed Bug Guide. Here's a sneak preview:

For more, read our complete guide and purchase Bed Bug Zapper to wash your sheets in and treat any material that may have come in contact with bed bugs (clothing, etc).

Feel free to reach out to us at support@whytegate.com if you have any questions about the bed bugs you've encountered.



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