little black bugs in the bathroom

Little Black Bugs In The Bathroom

You have an infestation in your batch room. You should be able to find pest control or exterminator in the yellow pages of your phone book. Once your infestation is under control. do call a plumber. You need to have your plumbing repaired or replaced. You may not need anything more exotic than good circulation. But first you need to get rid of the infestation. Quote: Originally Posted by phillyhome I don’t know where to post this but I thought this might be the best spot. I have these tiny, tiny bugs in the bathroom and there are so many of them!! I don’t know what they are or how to get rid of them!! I’m wondering if the bugs appeared because I didn’t use the bathtub enough? I want to use it more now since I want to bathe our children in that bathtub (more space). What could these bugs be?! They are so tiny, tiny that my husband didn’t even know they were bugs until he looked super close because they just look like specs. They are just little dots with a couple antennae. What are they and how do I get rid of them?!?! They are creeping me out and I want to use that bathtub but I’m too grossed out right now! Thanks!!
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Little Black Bugs In The Bathroom

Finally I may have found an answer to what these bugs are thanks to your informative site. I do have a few questions and no concrete answers yet so hopefully you can help me a bit more. First, how can I tell for sure that what I’m seeing are Springtails? The characteristics you describe seem to fit as does a lot of the other information I read but is there a more definitive way to determine whether or not these bugs are actually Springtails or not? Second, we have a lot of woods around our house. We have one neighbor kitty corner across the street from us but other than that it is woods all around. I have not seen any Springtails actually in our house and they are not a constant presence at our house. They seem to make appearances at random times and at random spots around the house and yard. The closest I have seen them get to our house is when they were on the sidewalk next to the garage and on the foundation wall below the siding and around the entry door to the garage. They were they there for approximately 24 hours and I haven’t seen them there since. Could they be nesting in the woods around our house and not actually in our yard? If that is the case is there anything I can do other than treat our yard to help ensure they don’t migrate into our yard? Finally, as I stated previously is the fact that I saw the bugs on the foundation wall an indication that they are already in our house despite the fact that we haven’t seen them inside yet? The first time I noticed the bugs outside I didn’t think it was a big deal when they disappeared the next day. The second time I saw them I started to get a little nervous about them getting into the house. It seems like if they had moved inside the house they would be visible to some degree just based on the number of them that appear and the way they congregate in one area but I didn’t know enough about what I was fighting to know one way or the way what to expect.
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Little Black Bugs In The Bathroom

We live in a suburb of Toronto, Canada, and have had tons of snow these past couple of months. About two months ago I noticed little black bugs on my hardwood floor in my living room, along the wood trim of the patio doors. Most were alive, some were dead and when I opened my patio doors to see where they were coming from, I was shocked to find a thick trail of these bugs leading to a (horrifying) squirming mass of them tucked into the wood trim of my doors.

Little Black Bugs In The Bathroom

Little Black Bugs In The Bathroom
Little Black Bugs In The Bathroom
Little Black Bugs In The Bathroom
Little Black Bugs In The Bathroom

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