Identify all furniture that bed bugs have infested. Contrary to popular belief, bedbugs hide in more places than just your bed frame. Bedbugs may be living in your couch, chairs, baseboards and dresser drawers. Bedbugs are particularly likely to be found in furniture where the fabric is torn.
Vacuum the infested piece of furniture with a vacuum attachment. Be sure to discard the vacuum cleaner bag in a sealed plastic bag when finished.
Wipe down furniture with soap and water or a cleaning product appropriate for the particular fabric. This will remove dead bugs, blood stains, eggs and bedbug droppings.
Enclose furniture in a cover that contains the label "allergen rated," "dust mites," or "for bed bugs." This will prevent bedbugs from infecting the furniture in the future.
Seal cracks and crevices in your home with caulk. This might include cracks in plaster and wallpaper or crevices in baseboards and cabinets. Doing so will prevent bedbugs from entering your home and infesting your furniture.