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Bedbugs on sleeping bus

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Bedbugs on sleeping bus

We traveled on the sleeping bus last night from nha trang to Hoi An and we believe we were bitten by bed bugs. Does anyone have suggestions on what we should do immediately to avoid taking them with us?

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1. Re: Bedbugs on sleeping bus

First tell us the name of the bus company, the best cure for bed bugs is to avoid them at any cost...:-)

They are very resistant to heat and cold, I would start trashing the clothes you used on the trip.

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2. Re: Bedbugs on sleeping bus

BURN EVERYTHING you had on the bus. All your clothing and suitcases also. Shower and put on NEW clothing that has not been in contact with your old stuff.

Try this link at WEBMed... webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/tc/be…

Edited: 08 September 2014, 22:44
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3. Re: Bedbugs on sleeping bus

yes name the bus company also did you read up on night bus travel. you are lucky it was only bed bugs.. could have been worse .

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4. Re: Bedbugs on sleeping bus

Yes name the Coach used. It's probably not their fault as the prime cause could be somewhere thousands of kms away. Naming them may at least cause them to fumigate their fleet and break the chain.

Cheers Ross

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5. Re: Bedbugs on sleeping bus

can bed bugs survive on a plastic mattress.So many are asked to identify bus companies hotels ,but never reply.Maybe sitting in a cafe with nothing to do...[ re the posting]

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