Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) November 07, 2012
Bed bugs are real nuisances even in campus dormitories. One proof of it is the weekly bed bug case reported in the University of Texas at Dallas apartments as shared by a post from the university's student paper The Mercury. And to battle them out, Bed Bugs Beware recommended to the students and the public the use of Bed Bug Bully.
Based on the post, the particular university on-campus residences at risk of bed bug infestation are the University Village and Waterview apartments. It was said that, one to two bed bug cases are reported in them weekly.
And so to get the apartments treated, the report related that students living in them were asked to prepare to their rooms. Specifically, they were told to wash their blankets and clothes, place their spring boxes and mattresses against the wall, move their furniture pieces from the wall, empty their closets and vacate their rooms for hours.
But even with the treatment done, Bed Bugs Beware said that the pests could still come back. Given that the apartments are high-traffic places and the bed bugs are sneaky, that is likely to happen. With students coming and going, the pests could hitch a ride in clothes and luggage without being noticed, it explained.
So to help, Bed Bugs Beware advised the students and everybody else to conduct a regular bed bug inspection and prepare a bed bug spray. As it said, with the inspection and a ready bed bug spray, one can early detect bed bug presence and implement an immediate bed bug treatment.
However, of all the bed bug sprays, the website only recommended Bed Bug Bully. It said that the product can deliver a safe bed bug treatment apart from effective. And basically, that's because it has passed several federal programs and guidelines as a pesticide-exempt product. That means, unlike other bed bug sprays, it contains no strong chemicals that could harm anybody's health.