We all know how disgusting and traumatic bed bugs can be. They cause anxiety, panic and can be extremely difficult to get rid of. They seem to infect every corner of the Earth and love a good trip. The key to never getting bed bugs is understanding how to search, identify and prevent them. This bed bug prevention guide provided by Bed Bug Force NYC illustrates some of the basic precautions to take when traveling and how to handle your luggage upon arrival at hotels and when you're coming home.
Obviously, to be able to prevent bed bugs you need to know what they look like and how to identify them. The main ways to identify if there is a bed bug problem is by looking around the bed and mattress seams for black specks that seem to resemble pepper flakes. These are bed bug feces and are a sure sign that there is a bed bug presence. Bed bugs themselves are rather flat with a slight elliptical shape to them with a reddish-brown color. They are usually no bigger than an apple seed in size.
There are some basic things you should do before embarking on your trip like:
Pack a flashlight - You'll need one to inspect for bed bugs in your hotel room and around the bed where you plan on sleeping.
Use a hardshell or collapsible suitcase - Hardshells usually are easy to clean and don't have seams where bed bugs can hide. If a hard-shell isn't possible than a collapsible type suitcase is another option as these can be washed easily upon arriving home.
Bring a plastic bag (optional) - If you want to be extra careful, bring a large garbage bag to put your suitcase in during your trip. This will make it even more difficult for bed bugs to get into your luggage.
Read reviews carefully - Of course doing your due diligence on any place you plan on staying in is paramount. Any reviews that mention bed bugs should be taken seriously. Avoid any place with reviews mentioning bed bugs at any point during the establishment's history, even if the review is old.
Upon arriving at your hotel, hostel or wherever you're staying immediately put your luggage in a bathroom during the inspection process. Bathrooms are much safer to store your luggage in since they are usually full of slippery surfaces and tiles that bed bugs do not like. This will give you some time to inspect your room thoroughly before bringing your luggage into the actual hotel room main area.
You'll want to be as thorough as possible with your inspection of your room. Areas you'll want to check are:
Once you've determined that room is clear, you can bring your luggage out from the bathroom into your room. Even though you may think that you are clear if you didn't see anything during your inspection, you still want to be careful. Keep all of your luggage off of the floors, preferably on a desk or table that can't easily be climbed up on from the ground.
Bed bugs are hitchhikers and they love to travel. That means that they can also end up in rental cars and get into any items you may have stored in the trunk or inside the car. After picking up your rental, do a quick sweep of the trunk, inside and tire areas to ensure there are no bed bugs hiding out in the rental. Check under spare tires as well for any remnants of past or present bed bug infestations.
Never assume that you came home bed-bug free. It's always best to assume that you DID come home with bed bugs and get in the habit of handling your items as such upon arriving home. Some basic things to do when you're coming home from your trip include:
Wash all your clothing in hot water. Even the clothing you didn't wear. - If any bed bugs slipped in during any point of your trip, they will be killed during the wash.
Before bringing your luggage into your home, do a thorough inspection outside with a flashlight and a keen eye. The last thing you want to do is bring a single bed bug into your home from not checking your luggage thoroughly. You'll want to inspect all necessary parts of your suitcase where bed bugs may be hiding such as:
After following these basic steps and educating yourself on how to identify bed bugs and prevent them, you'll be able to travel the world and have peace of mind knowing that your chances of bringing bed bugs home with you are very slim. Staying alert and being diligent in your efforts will ensure you have many safe travels that are free of bed bugs. Check out the infographic below that helps illustrate the bed bug prevention process. And of course for any bed bug related situations be sure to talk to an expert at Bulwark Exterminating for possible bed bug treatment options.
Summer is in full swing, and pests like ants, scorpions, cockroaches, bedbugs, ticks, spiders, and snails are all looking to put a damper on our summer fun. Over the years, victims of these pests have been frantically searching for effective pest control remedies to combat these unwanted invaders. Some work; some don’t. Some are just plain bizarre. Here are the top ten most bizarre pest control remedies:
Bet you didn't know that Home Improvement’s Al Borland was virtually a tick magnet. Blood-sucking ticks hide out in the trees and bushes on your property, waiting for an unsuspecting host to brush up against them… FYI that blood host is YOU or your pets. A little known fact; these ticks are known to jump onto flannel as they are attracted to the fibers. Tick Remedy: To get rid of ticks on your property, drag pieces of flannel tied to rope or string throughout your yard. Make sure the flannel passes through all the shrubbery in your yard, as these are the areas ticks lurk. You can hang your flannel shirt in a tree as well. The ticks will jump onto the flannel for a ride. When you’re done, check the flannel for ticks. Carefully remove them and place them in a bowl of disinfectant (bleach/water). If the number of ticks stuck to the flannel is substantial, disinfect the entire piece and dispose of it. Note: Fleas are also attracted to flannel.
Spider Remedy: Haven’t you heard the saying, “A pack a day keeps the spiders away?” The chemicals in cigarette smoke are bad for bugs, especially spiders, just like they are bad for humans. While cigarettes are effective killers of all things living, we don’t recommend picking up smoking to control your spider infestations. Read more about smoking being bad for bugs.
Snail & Slug Remedy:Are you in need of an inexpensive and simple method to get rid of garden slugs and snails? Simply buy them a beer. As it turns out, snails and slugs love beer just as much as the average person. Place empty pie tins randomly throughout your garden, and fill them about ½ an inch full of your favorite beer. Slugs and snails will slime their way into the pie tin, but will not be able to get out. Check the tins every morning, replace the stale beer, and discard the captured slugs and snails.
Ant & Roach Remedy:Having problems with ants or cockroaches… Just feed them cat food! While the thought alone of eating cat food would kill just about anybody, it’s especially effective at killing ants and roaches. Technically, it’s not the cat food that kills the pests, but the boric acid you mix with it. Here’s what you need:
¼ Cup Grape Jelly 1 Small Can Wet Cat Food 1 Teaspoon Boric Acid
Directions:Mix all three ingredients together. Place small spoonfuls of the cat food near foraging ants and cockroaches. In the case of ants; not only will they eat the deadly poison, but will also bring some back for the Queen ant to munch on. If baited successfully, the ants in the nest should be exterminated within a couple days. The cockroaches will also die after ingesting the boric acid laced cat food.
Wasp Remedy:Wasps are one of the worst summertime pests. That sentiment is magnified if you ever have to deal with a wasp’s nest on your property. One solution is to buy or build your own fake wasp nest. It’s like a scarecrow for wasps! Many kinds of wasp are extremely territorial and will not build a nest within 200 yards of another one. Hang a scarecrow nest in the front yard, and one in back. Now you can enjoy your outdoor picnics!
Garden Pest Remedy:Tired of nuisance pests attacking your garden plants? Simply treat the bugs to bug juice! Collect by hand the nuisance pests, bugs, grubs or snails from your garden. Place the bugs into a blender, add water, and cover. Flip the switch, and make a bug smoothie. Dilute the bug smoothie, one part to twenty parts of water, to make bug juice. Pour the concoction into a spray bottle, and spray the juice on the leaves on the plants and flowers in your garden and backyard. This homemade bug juice/spray will keep the nuisance pests away.
Ant Remedy: If you are seeing trails of ants outside your home, or are even seeing some mounds or nests popping up, the answer may be simple… Feed the ants breakfast. Sprinkle a box of Cream Of Wheat near ant mounds or nests, and wherever you see foraging trails. The ants will gobble down the yummy breakfast cereal, and EXPLODE! The grains of wheat will expand in the ant’s stomach, causing them to burst. With any luck the ants will take some of the cereal down to the queen, and share. Note: Cornmeal is an equally effective substitute for treating ants.
Bedbug Remedy: Worried about bedbugs feeding on you while you sleep? Just let them feed on somebody else. For centuries the wealthy and prosperous, especially royalty and nobility, would hire servants to sleep on their floors near their beds. The thought is that blood-sucking bedbugs would feed on the dirtier and less affluent host. This practice still continues today in countries like India. Of course we know today that bedbugs play no favorites, and even frequently infest the beds of celebrities.
Bedbug Remedy: Research from the UK suggests that my wife should stop shaving her legs, as hairy skin can help prevent bedbugs from biting. Worried about getting bit by bugs like mosquitoes, bedbugs, or ticks on your face or neck… just grow a long beard. I’m talking a Duck Dynasty style beard. The UK study showed that body hair is highly beneficial to people, because it helps deter bed bugs in two ways: by increasing the time it takes for the insect to find a suitable spot to start sucking blood, and by helping people feel them crawling on the hair; across their skin. The next time you go on vacation, make sure it’s not ruined by bedbugs by growing out your body hair.
Scorpion Remedy: One of the best scorpion exterminators around just happens to be a chicken. Scorpions are like candy to a chicken. Set a few clucking chickens free in your yard everyday and watch as they hunt the stinging scorpions. When your property is clear, return them to their coup. Just make sure all of your chickens are hens, or your neighbors will really love you come 5:00 AM! Unfortunately, chickens can do very little for any scorpions inside your home, unless you want to deal with feathers, and excessive bird droppings on your kitchen floor!
If the thought of buying a bunch of chickens to patrol your property, growing out your leg or armpit hair, picking up smoking, or making bug smoothies is too much to fathom; look for an easier and more effective alternative to combat your pests. Get Bulwark Pest Control instead.
On my first day of service, Bulwark removed for me A Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my second day of service, Bulwark removed for me Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my third day of service, Bulwark removed for me Three wasp’s nests Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my fourth day of service, Bulwark removed for me Four termite colonies, Three wasps’ nests, Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my fifth day of service, Bulwark removed for me Five stinging scorpions, Four termite colonies, Three wasps’ nests, Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my sixth day of service, Bulwark removed for me Six Brown Recluses, Five stinging scorpions, Four termite colonies, Three wasps’ nests, Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my seventh day of service, Bulwark removed for me Seven leggy centipedes, Six Brown Recluses, Five stinging scorpions, Four termite colonies, Three wasps’ nests, Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my eighth day of service, Bulwark removed for me Eight pinching earwigs, Seven leggy centipedes, Six Brown Recluses, Five stinging scorpions, Four termite colonies, Three wasps’ nests, Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my ninth day of service, Bulwark removed for me Nine chirping crickets, Eight pinching earwigs Seven leggy centipedes, Six Brown Recluses, Five stinging scorpions, Four termite colonies, Three wasps’ nests, Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my tenth day of service, Bulwark removed for me Ten Raspberry Ants, Nine chirping crickets, Eight pinching earwigs Seven leggy centipedes, Six Brown Recluses, Five stinging scorpions, Four termite colonies, Three wasps’ nests, Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my eleventh day of service, Bulwark removed for me Eleven scurrying cockroaches, Ten Raspberry Ants, Nine chirping crickets, Eight pinching earwigs Seven leggy centipedes, Six Brown Recluses, Five stinging scorpions, Four termite colonies, Three wasps’ nests, Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my twelve day of service, Bulwark removed for me Twelve bloodsucking bedbugs, Eleven scurrying cockroaches, Ten Raspberry Ants, Nine chirping crickets, Eight pinching earwigs Seven leggy centipedes, Six Brown Recluses, Five stinging scorpions, Four termite colonies, Three wasps’ nests, Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
Just to clarify, pest control customers wont need 12 days of consecutive service to eliminate all of these pest problems. Most pests can be eliminated in one single service!
Bed Bug Professionals: Thomas: I’m Thomas Ballantyne with Bulwark Exterminating. This is A.J. Richards with K-9 Bed Bug Inspectors. A.J. Richards: Yes. Thomas: And it’s K-9BedBugInspectors.com. We have in front of us live bed bugs. A.J.: Yep. He’s alive. Thomas: So bed bugs do exist in Arizona. We had a home we treated, or inspected yesterday. A.J. actually does inspections for bed bugs with his dogs. His dogs have been trained to sniff out bed bugs, their scent, a very effective way of determining whether you actually have bed bugs or not. So, this little guy here is ready to feed and so he’s moving around pretty quick. A.J. actually has an allergic reaction to bed bugs. He‘s let them feed on him before. Do you have a, where’s your arm? Is it still… A.J.: Yeah, you can still see the scarring. This is all scarring right here, the brown, that’s about two months old, these patches. Over here on this side, that’s the latest feeding, actually by this guy about two, three weeks ago. So, he’s hungry. So that’s what’s left. Thomas: He hasn’t been fed for two or three weeks, and you’ve got to keep him alive so you can continue to train your dogs. A.J.: Yep. Thomas: Yep. That’s what all these little vials are for. So, at any rate, I know when you go into these houses, you’ve got to be a little freaked out, you know, thinking you might be able to pick some of these up with your shoes… A.J.: Yeah. Thomas: …or what not. A.J.: Yeah, always, always. So, I mean, I’ve got to be very careful, not only myself, but my dogs… Thomas: Right. A.J.: …because they hide in their fur, that kind of thing. So, we’ve got to be real cautious that we don’t take them home. I’m, I’m, I can tell you that my wife wouldn’t be satisfied with living conditions if I brought these guys to the house. Thomas: *Laughs.* You don’t want to do a video on how fast a home gets infested. A.J.: Right. Thomas: So, in my infinite wisdom, I decided to recommend to A.J. that he protect himself. And I believe this will do it. This is bug repellent. Nothing fancy, but… A.J.: Over the counter, typical stuff. Thomas: …over the counter, typical stuff. This one doesn’t have any DEET in it. This is a fragrance-free, Picaridin is the active ingredient. So, what we’re going to do, since this guy’s ready to feed, typically if you put him on your arm, he’d immediately begin to feed, I’m going to spray my arm down with this, let it dry, and then we’re going to put it on my arm and see if he actually will try to feed. Do we need to, uh… A.J.: Rub it in there a little bit. Thomas: I need to rub it in there, but I can’t…can I use my other hand? A.J.: Yeah, just don’t use your forearm. Thomas: Okay. We’re trying to keep it separate so that, I am actually going to let it feed on me. I know, kind of gross. But, we’re going to use my other arm to see if it will feed on me as soon as I put it on my other arm. So… A.J.: Thank goodness that’s fragrance free. Thomas: Yeah. A.J.: Yeah. Thomas: *Laughs* I know. A.J.: Good? So I find that they like that real meaty part of the forearm, so we’re going to put him right there, and he should go right to it. So, if he keeps moving, the he’s probably trying to avoid the spray, I would say, because anytime I’ve done it, instantly. And we’ll see on your other arm if that holds true. Thomas: Yeah, he’s not biting. Oh, oh! Oh, just kidding. A.J.: *Laughs* Thomas: Nothing. Actually, when he bites, you can’t even feel it, right? Because they inject their… A.J.: Right, the saliva on the tip of their little sucker has a little anticoagulant, so the blood flows freely and an anesthetic so you don’t feel it. Thomas: Oooh, it kind of tickles actually. A.J.: Yeah. But, uh, yeah, it looks like he’s trying to avoid, avoid your arm. Shall we see what happens on the other one? Thomas: Yeah. I, I’m pretty happy with not being bitten right now, so…so do you speculate that the um, uh, the bug repellent is damaging to the bug, or is it just literally a repellent? A.J.: I, I would say, my best, you know, speculation would be that they’re just avoiding it. Thomas: Okay. I really don’t want to do this right now. I really don’t want a little vampire stuck in my arm. Look at that, dude. A.J.: There you go. Thomas: Ah! Seriously. Oh! A.J.: Straight to eating. Straight to eating. Thomas: Uh! Okay, you can take him off now. Ah! A.J.: You can’t even feel him. You got… Thomas: I know! I know! Man, I just don’t like him sitting there. A.J.: Thomas, you’ve got to let him fill up. Thomas: No, look at that dude, this is gross! A.J.: You can’t, just think, it’s like a mosquito, Thomas: No! A.J.: Yeah. You’ve got to let it… Thomas: I don’t like mosquitoes. I’ll squash it right now. Can I slap it real quick? A.J.: No, I need him. Are you done? Thomas: Okay. Yeah, I’m done. Dude, I was done five seconds ago. Ah, come on! Thanks. A.J.: Alright, well, I’ll go ahead and feed him because I need him. And then I’ll let you guys see, we’ll watch and see the change in the size. But, you noticed, he wouldn’t even leave the paper as soon as he reached it, see? I had to kind of drag him off. See? There you go. Drag him off the paper because… Thomas: He’d already started feeding. A.J.: He was starting to feed, and um, that actually happens in real life. They don’t necessarily crawl on you as much as they will just reach up from the bed. So you’ll see people if they lay on their side, you’ll see dots all down their side because, there, like he’s doing right there, they’re just going to reach up and feed and then walk away so they’re in a line. So, um… Thomas: So it’s not like bad manners not to actually sit on the arm, huh? A.J.: Yeah, it’s not bad manners. So, anyway… Thomas: He’s just trying to be polite. A.J.: You know, I can actually feel… Thomas: No elbows on the table. A.J.: Yeah, I can actually feel him right now and the camera wouldn’t pick it up, but you can see his little straw-like sucker sticking into my arm. -Bulwark Exterminating Pest Control & Bed Bugs
Bed Bug Professionals: AJ Richards: There he moved again. When he finishes a capillary and drains a capillary, he’ll move to another spot. It’s probably not smart of me to move him again because now I have two big welts, but can you see that? If you look from the side, you can see him looking straight down in and his sucker’s stabbed right into me right now. Cameraman: I can see it from here. I’m not sure if the picture, if the camera can pick it up. Thomas: I think you’re the sucker, I don’t think he’s the sucker. *Laughs* Look at that. I think he’s getting a little fatter. AJ: Oh! I’m feeling that one. That one hurt. If I was asleep, I probably wouldn’t have felt it, but I’m watching him so I can definitely feel it inside there. I’ll let it go long enough if you want to see it fill up. He’ll go to twice his size. Thomas: Don’t we already have a video of that? AJ: We did a baby, so it wasn’t as visible. Thomas: Oh yeah. This is an adult right here, huh? AJ: Yep. If you watch his color change, he used to have just one brown spot right down the center. See how it’s filling up? Thomas: And that’s your blood filling up in there, huh? AJ Richards: Yep, that’s all blood. Thomas: If you blow on him right now, is it going to bother him? AJ: I don’t know, try it. Thomas: No, doesn’t seem to care. AJ: So, a feeding, a typical feeding actually would take about fifteen minutes. Thomas: Fifteen minutes? AJ: Uh huh. For him to get completely engorged, fifteen minutes. So, he’ll feed, drain a capillary, move, feed, drain a capillary, that’s why a lot of times… Thomas: I know that fifteen is like the max on You Tube. AJ: Yeah, I do know, so we can… Thomas: I just don’t think that’s going to work. AJ: Maybe we can do a time lapse, huh? *Laughs* Thomas: A time lapse. *Laughs* AJ: Uh, but uh, that’s why when you’ll see typical markings from a bed bug is in a line. Usually three or four, because they’re cleaning out a capillary, they’re dropping down, you know, stick it in another capillary, draining it until they’re full, so, um, and once they feed, they actually won’t need to feed for uh, you know, about three or four days. Thomas: So, what do you think? Do you think the bug repellent worked then, pretty good? AJ: I would say it did. Cameraman: They have to eat that often? Thomas: Should we try the other arm? AJ: Yeah. Well, no, they don’t have to eat that often. Yeah, let’s see if we can confirm it. Thomas: Let’s go ahead and spray this arm over here. AJ: They don’t have to feed that long. Put it right there. Thomas: Very good. I gotcha, right here. AJ: Oops, thanks man. Thomas: Dude, do you feel these things, dude? That’s nice. AJ: Popeye. *Laughs* Thomas: Woo hoo! AJ: Making me feel weird. Thomas: That’s what the arm will do for you. I know, sorry. AJ: *Laughs* Thomas: At least it’s not sun tanning oil or something all over you, AJ. AJ: Right. That’s not too bad. Thomas: He’s getting pretty big, dude, he might not even want to feed at this point, I guess, but... AJ: Well, we’ll try. He’ll double in size and, and he doesn’t know when his next meal is, so I would actually speculate that he’ll keep going as long as the blood meal’s there, until he’s full. So, let’s see if we can bring him over here. Thomas: Just put the paper down and see if he even crawls off. Look at that, he seriously doesn’t… AJ Richards: He’s refusing it. Thomas: Yeah, I bet if you put the paper back up there, he’ll climb up on the paper, too. AJ Richards: Notice the shape change? He’s a little bit more elongated…. Thomas: Yeah, put him back over again, see if he feeds again. AJ: …than he was when he started. He was a little more round. And that’s very common, they go from more of a tick shape to, the call it a cigar shape. Thomas: Look at that, dude. AJ Richards: He’s feeding upside down. Thomas: Yeah, AJ Richards: Can you see that? Cameraman: Not really well in the camera, but yeah. AJ: Look at that. Thomas: Yeah, he full on, just, the repellent, the bug repellent works. AJ: Yeah. That’s copyrighted, by the way. *Laughs* Thomas: Yeah, first, you heard it here first. AJ: Bed bug repellent coming your way. Thomas: That’s right. Cameraman: That’s really cool. Thomas: We’re going to insert it into some fragrance so that we have fragrance kind. AJ: Yeah. Thomas: I’m thinking like, uh, CK One, we’ll call it K-9 One. AJ: K-9 One, there you go. AJ: You know, an application, really, the only application for something like that would be, you’ve got them at your house, or you’re paranoid, so maybe you want to spray yourself down, or an inspector, myself. Knowing that that works, I’m going to be soaked in bed bug repellent as I go in to do inspections because, that’s actually… Thomas: Yeah, I went in there with you yesterday, and I, so the reason why this all started is I went in there with him yesterday and my wife would kill me, I mean just kill me if… AJ Richards: If he brought those home. Thomas: Yeah, exactly. Not only that, but the house we went to was pretty, pretty bad, I mean, really bad, I mean, we’ve got some footage we’ll show you on that, but I didn’t want to get any, so I sprayed myself down. And AJ didn’t believe, didn’t know it’d work or not, but he still would’ve… AJ: I played it safe, didn’t I? *Laughs* Thomas: Yeah, you’re not going to take any chances, are you? AJ: No. Thomas: I mean, if there’s a chance it’s going to work… AJ Richards: Yeah. Thomas: So, there you go. AJ Richards: Spray it on my shoes and the bottom of my pants. Thomas: I just might be using this to, uh, using this anytime I go to the movies, theaters now, or in hotels. AJ Richards: In hotels, yeah. Thomas: Why take a risk, I mean, that’s like, if you get a bed bug infestation in your home, it’s a couple thousand dollars. AJ Richards: Yeah, if you, if you have a problem and most people realize what they have until it’s an infestation, and at that point, they’re talking an easy minimum of fifteen hundred to two thousand dollars on an average size home. If you catch it early enough, there are chemical treatments and steam treatments that can be successful for a quarter of that price, but like I said, most people don’t realize what it is until they’ve got an infestation and, and then it’s too late, so, and the one time you don’t take a precaution, you know, it’s probably that time that you’re going to get it, so… Thomas: Dude, look at him. He’s huge. AJ Richards: See how much bigger he is now? Thomas: Yeah. AJ Richards: And he’s dark red. He’ll get, see how, look at the back of him, how, oh, there he goes. Thomas: Oh! Oh! He just pooped on there. Oh, sorry. AJ Richards: So, he just … Thomas: No breathing on the… AJ Richards: He just defecated. That’s my blood. And that’s something you want to watch for, say you have white sheets, which I recommend by the way, it’s easier to spot, if you see that on your white sheet, Thomas: No pun intended. *Laughs* AJ Richards: If you see that on your white sheets, then you start looking. Call in a dog; call in a professional, whatever it takes. But, you want to find that right away. Like I said, you’ll save yourself thousands of dollars potentially. Thomas: Yeah, he totally doesn’t look like a tick anymore. Like when I first looked at him, he looked just like a tick, but I mean, he’s like a little accordion back there that just fills up. AJ Richards: Yeah. And… Thomas: And just poops it right out. AJ Richards: Notice he’s, notice he’s not trying to feed anymore. He’s pretty much full. Thomas: Yeah. AJ Richards: I mean, he’s got his blood meal. Now he’s just trying to find a place to hide. Thomas: Good, let’s put him away. AJ Richards: Let’s do it. Thomas: I’m done with him. That was pretty nasty. I didn’t like having that on my arm one bit. AJ Richards: I noticed. Thomas: Alright, at any rate, I’m a happy camper. Go buy some today. AJ: *Laughs* Thomas: I think that’s a wrap. See you guys. AJ Richards: That’s a wrap. Thomas: Check back in sometime. -Bulwark Exterminating Pest Control & Bed Bugs