Lawrence, KS (PRWEB) February 17, 2014
A new law against bed bugs was proposed in Lawrence City in Kansas. In fact, it was already set to be approved, said a report from ljworld.com. In response to it, My Cleaning Products recommended a pesticide-exempt bed bug spray to also help the residents kill the crawlies effectively and safely.
The report, which was posted on February 07, 2014, stated that the policy was set to be approved on February 11. And generally, it shared it would require more record keeping of the bed bug complaints.
As based on the report, the proposed law targets the bed bug problems in hotels, motels and apartments. One of the things it would require from the owners and managers of them, it relayed, is to respond to a bed bug complain within 48 hours.
Meanwhile, on the side of the tenants, the post related that the drafted policy would not allow them to take any item out of the room or unit suspected to have the bed bugs.
Here is an excerpt from the post New Bed Bug Law Proposed in Lawrence City by My Cleaning Products.
“Lawrence City in Kansas is taking a stand against bed bugs. It is set to approve a new law that proposes a more thorough method of dealing with those pesky pests.
The new bill particularly targets the bed bug problem in hotels, motels and apartment complexes. And basically, its provisions call for an immediate response on any bed bug complaint. But of course, it's not just the property owners and managers that it requires to act promptly on the matter. It also compels the tenants to do some work.”
My Cleaning Products commented that such law proposed in Lawrence is really needed given the prevalence of bed bugs. Nevertheless, it said that bed-bug-control must not only be concentrated in hotels, motels and apartments as those pesky insects could infest any place.
Because of that, MCP advised everyone to know how to detect and kill bed bugs early. That, it stated, could prevent a major infestation that could cause a lot of bed bug bites and could bring in huge spending.
Besides being early though, the company said that the elimination of bed bugs must also be effective and safe. That, it cited, is to protect the health of the people in the place. And to get it done, it advised getting the help of Bed Bug Bully – an organic-based bed bug spray.
MCP relayed that because of its organic ingredients, Bed Bug Bully is considered as pesticide-exempt and was added on EPA's FIFRA 25(b) list. Given that, it stated that everyone could rest assured that it is safe. Regarding its effectiveness, it also cited that it could kill not just the adult bed bugs but also their eggs and nymphs.
To prove all those benefits true, MCP said that there are Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Samples the public could get and test at mycleaningproducts.com.