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How to avoid bed bugs on holiday
Many people choose to jet off on holiday during the summer months, but it’s important to be vigilant for bed bugs when staying away at a hotel.
The mattress experts at MattressNextDay have compiled a list of things to look out for when on holiday that may indicate the presence of bed bugs, including blood, eggs, musty odour, dark spots on walls, bug shells, worn or aged upholstery, white spots on furniture and bites on your skin.
A spokesperson for MattressNextDay said: “If you do suspect there might be some unwanted guests in your holiday bed there are a few things you can look out for to be sure of the situation before you take it up with the hotel manager.