Don't Let the Bed Bugs Bite

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Our traps are pet-safe and people-friendly, providing the most effective detection and protection against the growing threat of bed bugs in the market today.

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"A whopping 99.6% of pest control professionals around the U.S. have treated bed bugs in the last year."
Bugs without Borders Survey : NPMA

Don't Let the Bed Bugs Bite!

ClearVue Bed Bug Traps patent pending design consistently outperforms competitors' traps by mimicking the CO2 in human breath to attract bed bugs into an inescapable pitfall base that traps bugs with angled walls and a no-escape, sticky floor. The enclosed zippered bag makes disposal quick and easy.

"50% of residents with bed bug infestations were completely unaware of them."
Journal of Medical Entomology
ClearVue bed bug traps

How Our Traps Work

ClearVue Bed Bug Traps intercept hungry bed bugs before they get to you. Our active traps use no chemical toxins or pesticides. They use a safe low-level carbon dioxide (CO2) beacon which mimics the exhaled breath of a human. This CO2 becomes highly concentrated within the base of the trap to form an irresistible pocket of pure CO2 that bed bugs cannot resist. The bed bug’s natural instinct compels it to follow the CO2 beacon to its source where it dives off a pitfall ledge onto a glue floor within the trap. Each trap takes less than a minute to prepare and place, and protects your family for weeks.

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Bed Bugs Are Tiny

Bed bugs can hide in paper-thin crevices and typically come out at night to feed on blood from you, your kids and your pets. Bed bugs are so incredibly tiny they’re able to spread from room-to-room using the wall outlets and air vents. If your neighboring apartment has bed bugs, you’re only six inches away from having them, too. Bed bugs feed on fresh blood. By the time you see one bed bug, there are usually hundreds or thousands more of them hiding nearby. Pesticide liquid and spray treatments force bed bugs to flee and hide deeper inside your walls making the problem worse over the long run. ClearVue Bed Bug Traps attract and trap bed bugs before they get to you and your family.

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Protect Your Family 24/7

Bed bug infestations can be costly and enormously frustrating. Once you have an infestation, your family will spend many a sleepless night worrying about their return. ClearVue Bed Bug Traps provide your family with peace of mind by detecting bed bugs prior to an infestation, and when an infestation does occur, our traps ensure the bed bugs are gone following any professional treatments. Our patent pending design consistently outperforms competitors' traps and each trap comes with a "No Touch, No Escape®" zippered bag that makes disposal of these persistent pests quick and easy.

stop them before infestation

Early Detection Is Key

The number one strategy recommended by the EPA and the Centers for Disease Control is to use insect monitors to detect bed bugs faster and earlier. That’s where the new ClearVue Bed Bug Traps come into play. They intercept hungry bed bugs that come out of hiding seeking a meal. The bed bug’s natural instincts compel them to follow CO2 emanating from the "active beacon" equipped trap, following this tantalizing signal all the way to our inescapable pitfall base that traps bugs with angled walls and a no-escape, sticky floor. Once trapped (safely inside on the glued surface), the patent pending design ensures trapped bed bugs cannot escape.

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...and your investment. ClearVue Bed Bug Traps were specifically designed to give apartment owners, property managers and real estate investors a powerful tool to address the growing costs and increased legal exposure that can result from bed bug infestations. By providing continuous 24/7 protection and monitoring, our traps identify the existence of bed bugs prior to an infestation, as well as providing validation of the effectiveness of professional treatment following an infestation. ClearVue Bed Bug Traps should become your front-line defense against a full-building infestation and provide a powerful tool during unit turnover, allowing both you and your incoming tenant the peace of mind of them moving into a bug-free home or partment.

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Patent Pending Design

This product is revolutionary in its design and has proven very effective in field trials. In addition to its Active Beacon Technology®, each trap features angled walls that are easy to climb into but nearly impossible to climb back up from the inside. The trap floor is covered with glue, trapping the bed bug and preventing escape. Unlike other traps that require you to dump the bed bugs out into an open trash can, where they could escape and run back into your home, each our traps come with a sealable plastic bag for no touch, no escape disposal.

"Bedbugs lurk in cracks and crevices and they've been living on human blood for centuries."

Our Team

Our team has a combination of 35 years in product design and 18 years in the pest control field with a specific focus on bed bugs. These experts came together to help solve a massive and growing problem in the USA and beyond. After years of development, we are now ready to bring our product to the market.

  • John King P&G

    John King

    CEO & President

  • Michael Mullins

    Michael Mullins

    VP Technology/Entomology

  • Ken Park Oktane Media

    Ken Park

    Chief Marketing Officer

  • Charles Tassel NREIA

    Charles Tassell


"1 out of 5 Americans has had a bed bug infestation in their home or knows someone who has encountered bed bugs at home or in a hotel."
2011 Bed Bugs in America Survey : NPMA

Frequently Asked Questions


Adult bed bugs are small, relatively flat and brownish insects that are typically oval-shaped, measuring just under a ¼” long. By the time you see even one bed bug, there are usually hundreds or thousands more hiding nearby. In their early stages of development, immature bed bugs (nymphs) are much smaller and lighter in color. Newly hatched, bed bugs are translucent and difficult to spot with the unaided eye.


Bed bugs are little vampires that only feed on fresh blood. In some severe cases, people have unknowingly been bitten hundreds of times in one night. But outside of the physical discomfort and emotional trauma, bed bugs do not transmit disease. However, some individuals may experience extreme allergic reactions which can lead to painful swelling and itchy rashes requiring medical attention.


Bed bugs have a scientifically proven, instinctive attraction for the carbon dioxide (CO2) naturally released by people and their pets during respiration. Following their natural instincts, bed bugs will crawl up bed posts and over bedding to feed and, ultimately, breed into greater numbers. Even worse, you're very unlikely to detect bed bugs in your home until you have thousands of them already living with you.


Bed bugs do not discriminate. They know no social barriers and affect people of all incomes in all neighborhoods. They take up residence in apartments, condos, houses, hotels, schools, public transportation, hospitals, businesses, and even movie theaters. The problem is truly a global one, impacting municipalities on every continent.


Perhaps the most troubling aspect of bed behavior is that just one egg-laying female (the size of an apple seed) can produce a full infestation of bed bugs in only weeks. Unlike other vermin and pests, which can be controlled and eliminated using any number of methods, beg bugs have only grown more resilient to traditional pesticide treatments. The key is detecting them early before more aggressive extermination efforts are required.


Bed bugs can hide in paper-thin crevices and typically come out at night to feed on blood from you, your kids and your pets. They are so incredibly tiny they’re able to spread from room-to-room using the wall outlets and even the air vents. If your neighboring apartment has bed bugs, you're only six inches away from having them as well. Too close for comfort? You bet.


Bed bugs can find their way into crevices in clothing, luggage, used furniture or any other objects or articles with an inviting amount of space. Hotels, college dorms, institutional buildings, public housing and private residences have all been targeted by these persistent pests. This means that even if you have an exceptionally clean and well-kept home, your normal daily activities give bed bugs the means to hitch a ride home with you.


Check mattresses and bedding for dark spotting and/or blood droplets—key indicators of bed bug waste. And, take care to observe your environment for signs of bed bug eggs, molted insect skin and the pests themselves. If you wake with unexplained bites, welts or rashes, the culprit may very well be bed bugs. Often, bite marks appear in rows and clusters. Contact an entomologist or pest control professional to run tests on samples collected from inside any given living space.


Liquid pesticides and spray treatments force bed bugs to flee and hide deeper inside your walls, requiring multiple fumigation attempts and generally making the problem worse over the long run. Over time, they’ve adapted to human environments and have become resistant to common insecticides. More disconcerting is the fact the species continues to evolve, adopting different strains of bacteria from other organisms that work to protect them against extermination.


Bed bugs have an incredibly large appetite for blood. In fact, fully grown adults can gorge themselves on blood to the point where their bodies swell up to 200 times greater than normal. They also reproduce through a process called “traumatic insemination,” whereby male bed bugs stab females in the abdomen to facilitate impregnation. Not a pretty picture, even by common bed bug standards.

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