...bed bug sufferers must not do it with the use of chemicals. Instead, they should use pesticide-exempt bed bug spray.
Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) May 15, 2012
Last Thursday, students of Benjamin Hooks Job Corpse Center in Whitehaven protested in front of the facility's gate, said a report from wreg.com dated the 10th of May. To help officials implement a safe treatment, IhaveBedBugs.org advised to skip the use of chemicals and opt for the use of pesticide-exempt bed bug spray.
A student named Latoya Daniels stated that they just wanted their voices heard, the report detailed. She commented that not enough was being done about the bed bug problems in the place. Three weeks ago, as it was stated on the report, she said she was warned of bed bug presence and was told to bring her own sheets.
According to the report, officials were already taking actions to resolve the problem. Heat treatment and the use of chemicals were the mentioned methods implemented to get rid of the pests. It was added that a request for early summer break has also been made. Reportedly, the request was for the protection of the students' health.
Here's an excerpt of the report Bed Bugs Got Job Center Students Protesting from IhaveBedBugs.com:
“Creepy, irritating and annoying – these are just three of the many words that can describe bed bugs. But with just those three words, it's already clear why you and everybody else should prevent or eliminate the blood-sucking insects. The students of Benjamin Hooks Job Corps Center know that hence, their protest on May 10 at the gate of the center.
Particularly, the students' protest was a call to get the said Job Center in Whitehaven cleared of bed bug infestation. Though the officials of the center said that they were already working to solve the problem, one student stated that not enough is being done to get rid of the bed bugs.”
Read more about Bed Bug Infestation Led to Student Protest in Whitehaven at: http://www.ihavebedbugs.org/60/bed-bugs-benjamin-hooks-job-corps/
As irritating and destructive bed bugs are, they surely need to be eliminated. However, IhaveBedBugs.org said that bed bug sufferers must not do it with the use of chemicals. Instead, they should use pesticide-exempt bed bug spray.
One bed bug killer that the recommended is Bed Bug Bully. According to the site, the product is made with biodegradable ingredients. Hence, it requires no evacuation and leaves no harmful residue making it safe.
Get a sample of Bed Bug Bully. Go to http://www.ihavebedbugs.org today.