We have found that carpet beetles prefer the damp environment of a bed frame.
In fact, they prefer bedding that is not dry, but rather moist.
This means that carpet beetle larvae can grow in the bedding, but not in the mattress.
If the bed does not have any air circulation, the beetles will need to grow in a moist environment to survive.
This can be hard for bedbugs to digest.
They may not have the intestinal tracts to digest a large amount of air.
However, when bedbugs have enough air circulation to grow, they will ingest the carpet dye from the bed.
This will result in the carpet beetle pupa being attracted to the bed and eating the carpet.
The carpet beetle will feed off the carpet and then eventually the bed frame will start to smell of urine and feces.
The bed is now infested with carpet beetles.
Bedbugs need the carpet to survive and they will not accept the mattress as a food source.
This is because they will eat the carpet, but do not like to eat the mattress because it is too wet.
Bed bugs can be killed by a number of means, including: removing the bed, using a cotton swab or the like, cleaning and disinfecting the bed surface and bedding with a mild bleach solution or soap.
These methods may kill bedbugs, but can also cause bedbugs and other bugs to be attracted to bedding and spread the bedbug population.
If you notice that bed bugs are spreading, or that bedding is becoming infested, you can remove the bed or disinfect the bed area to remove the carpet beetles from the area.
A solution to kill the carpet pests can be found at your local bed and breakfast store or your local pest control center.