New York, NY (PRWEB) December 10, 2012
Bed bugs could show up even in libraries. According to an article posted by nytimes.com, a number of them were discovered in both the University of Washington Library and the Hastings-on-Hudson Library. And stating that there is more than one way to kill the critters effectively, Bed Bug Control 911 suggested the use of a bed bug spray among the other techniques.
The said article was published online on Decemeber 05, 2012. And as it shared, the reported cases of bed bugs in libraries increased in the past number of years as stated by Michael Potter, a professor of entomology at University of Kentucky in Lexington.
Specifically, it identified the University of Washington Library and the Hastings-on-Hudson Library as two of those libraries that had dealt with bed bug presence. It related that the University of Washington particularly froze the books with bed bugs for a week to kill the pests. Meanwhile, it shared that Hastings-on-Hudson chose to deal with pests using heat via a pest-control expert.
But although Bed Bug Control 911 recognized the effectiveness of the two bed bug elimination tactics used by the two libraries, it said that they aren't the only ones that a bed bug victim could implement.
To add to the two techniques, it pointed out that the use of bed bug spray could also be an effective way to kill the pests. However, it specified that the product must be safe and effective to prevent chemical-related illnesses. And as an example, it pointed out Bed Bug Bully as a safe and effective bed bug help.
Further, apart from safe and effective, Bed Bug Control 911 related that Bed Bug Bully is also an affordable pesticide-exempt bed bug killer, more so today until the end of December. It shared that's because the product's manufacturer, My Cleaning Products, decided to sell it with 30% discount as its New Year Special. It stated that to get the discount, one just need to enter the code “NEWYEAR” at checkout.