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Old 03-06-2013, 03:23 PM   #16
OklahomaTourist
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Check the *corners* of the beds, pulling up any duvets/bedspreads, topsheet, blanked, fitted sheet, or liner, and inspect the mattress along the corner seams. If they're clean, you've done due diligence that should give you about as high a % level of confidence you can reasonably get that there are no critters.

Mattress corners/seams are where they are most likely to show up.

As for me, I keep my suitcase(s) on a chair or table and change out of it directly, not bothering with the in-room dresser. Just never felt comfortable using them, even before the bb issue arose. Blame that on my mom, who could write a million-dollar sanitation book on "How To Inspect The Absolute Crap Out Of Your Hotel Room And Come Out Staying In Your Car."
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