Staying in a hotel room can be a bit of a creepy experience if you really think about it.
Many people in the world have reservations about staying in hotels because they think about everything that might have happened in the room before they checked in. They don’t want to get the cooties of a previous guest and, to be honest, it’s difficult to tell if a hotel room is really clean.
If you’re just worried about bedbugs, though, there is a simple way to put your mind at ease while staying at a hotel.
He does this every time he goes to a hotel.
Seems simple enough! Be sure to do this the next time you are staying in a hotel or a motel. It’ll save you some headaches and it’ll save you from getting bedbugs in some cases.
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