Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) October 15, 2012
An on-campus residential building in the University of Maryland was bugged by bed bugs. Based on a report from cbslocal.com, the pests invaded a number of its apartment. And knowing that bed bug infestation could also happen to anybody else, MyCleaningProducts advised the public to have a non-toxic bed bug spray prepared.
According to the report, the pests specifically invaded the Building 7 of the South Campus Commons of the university. And although it was not reported if other dormitories were also bed-bug-infested, university officials issued a warning about their presence. A separate report from nbcwashington.com said that the students were sent an email about the pests.
Apart from having a hard time to sleep, the reports stated that students were also suffering from bed bug bites. Some of them even got marks left by the pests.
Below is an excerpt from the post Bed Bugs Invade On-Campus University of Maryland Apartments by MyCleaningProducts.com.
“The University of Maryland students were bugged. And it wasn't just any bug. It was the kind that sucks the blood of its victim and takes a long time to die even without feeding – bed bugs.
Reports have it that the tiny pests invaded a dormitory inside the campus. Students were having a hard time sleeping because of the anxiety they bring. Some even got bite marks to prove what they have to deal with everyday in their apartment.”
MyCleaningProducts stated that bed bugs spread fast. At anytime, it said that the pests could reach anyone's place as it reached the University of Maryland's dormitory. And so, it said that it's best for everybody to prepare a bed bug spray.
However, the website said that just any bed bug killer won't do. It asserted that one must opt for a non-toxic bed bug spray for safe bed bug treatment apart from just fast and effective.
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