Bed Bugs Strive in Snohomish County Work Release Center , My Cleaning Products Suggests a Pesticide-Exempt Bed Bug Spray to Help Public Prevent Their Recurrence

Bed bugs persist in Snohomish County Work Release Center, a report said. To help get rid of them for real, My Cleaning Products suggested the use of an effective and pesticide-exempt bed bug spray.

Everett, WA (PRWEB) February 06, 2014

Bed bugs continue to plague the work release center of Snohomish County. And stating that anyone else could face the same recurring problem, My Cleaning Products recommended a pesticide-exempt bed bug spray to help the public get rid of the pest at oncel.

A report from published on February 05, 2014 stated that in the past few months, the facility went through six bed bug treatments already. The latest of which, it related, was implemented on January 24, 2014.

The report said that the inmates in the center had been complaining about bed bug bites since summer. One of them, it added even filed a grievance for getting more than 100 bites. But even after the sixth treatment, it relayed that there were still bed bugs found in the facility.

Below is an excerpt from the post Bed Bugs Continue to Bug Snohomish County Work Release Center by My Cleaning Products.

“The bed bugs at Snohomish County Work Release Center in Washington did not budge. Even after six treatments of steaming and chemical spraying, they continue to plague the place.

Several inmates have complained that they keep on getting bed bug bites since summer. On January 21, one of them reported via his lawyer that he was bitten in the abdomen while his fellow inmate was in need of medical help for a bite on his eyelid. Another one of them also filed a report in September last year for getting more than 100 bites from the critters.”

According to MCP, because bed bugs are small, they could hide and lay eggs in tiny cracks and crevices. That, it said, makes the pest hard to completely eliminate as the eggs could hatch without being found and start another infestation even after their adults are eliminated.

However, if one could kill bed bugs early and follows that up with a thorough inspection, their return could be prevented, My Cleaning Products stated. Nevertheless, to be able to do that, a bed bug spray must be prepared first, it said.

Of all the solutions for the crawlies though, MCP only recommended Bed Bug Bully. It said that it is unlike any other bed bug spray as it is organic-based. The absence of harsh chemicals in its content makes it safe for health and the environment, it stated.

Moreover, it cited that hotels, hospitals and pest-control companies have already proven that is efficient. It said that it could even kill bed bugs' eggs and nymphs effectively.

To personally experience its benefits, MCP encourages the public to try the Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Sample. It shared that it is available at


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