Hi Anne, thanks for the reply and updates. Yes bed bugs can be a battle. Since it appears to be a large infestation, you want to spread your re-treatments every 3 days until you notice less bites. What you may be noticing now is the next cycle of eggs that may be hatching.
Regarding the "cover" of your bed. If you have a zipper case around the bed, remove it then do treatment. This is why you may feel bites, but do not see whats biting you. The little nymphs are microscopic and slide thru the zipper of a zippered case. Many customers forget to remove the covers or any zip bags around the mattress. This prevents the product from reaching on the mattress itself.
From your comment previously about your husband coming from work and their may be bedbugs, ask your husband to inspect his clothes after work this may be another source of where your getting these bed bugs. If it is, simply treat the clothes and wash them as well. We've had other customers get bedbugs from taxi's... so its very possible working in someones car, he may be bringing them home without knowing it.
Bed Bugs are never a quick fix, this is due to the infestation is usually larger then what it appears and the infestation may have been around for months in most cases. So in order to knock out a large infestation that's been around for a while, you will need to re-treat till the infestation subsides.
Here is something to consider, try to find the source of where these things are coming from.
Don't only look at the bed, inspect the room, couches, pillows, headboard, mattress box, dressers, picture frames, and expand into your living areas. Also, understand that bed bugs can migrate from neighbors, public travel, and even doctors offices.
While its challenging, you will see the infestation subside dramatically as long as you continue treatment and find your source of infestation. Be sure to check out the guide and procedures we sent you in your receipt email. It will help you go thru the same processes pest professionals use, when they use our product.
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