...if the pests are eliminated early and effectively, the expansion of their infestation could be prevented.
New York, NY (PRWEB) April 10, 2013
Bed bugs are becoming a big problem in Oneida County, New York. According to a report from uticaod.com, the bed bug cases in the place are rising in number. Wanting to help, My Cleaning Products warned the residents of the rising of the pests and advised them to prepare the non-pesticide bed bug spray Bed Bug Bully.
My Cleaning Products said that based on the report published on April 09, 2013, the increase of bed bugs in Oneida County started two years ago. And as it shared, the blood-fed pests' ability to hitchhike unnoticed on almost anything is one of the major reasons why they are becoming so widespread in the county.
In the report, Cathe Bullwinkle, quality improvement coordinator for the Oneida County Health Department said that during the winter, the office receives around three to four calls a week regarding bed bugs, MCP shared. However, during summer, the number could now reach up to 14 calls a week, it added just as Bullwinkle said.
Below is a part of the post Bed Bugs Rising in Oneida County by My Cleaning Products.
“Bed bugs are real pain. And among the counties really feeling the headache that their increase in number brings is Oneida County in New York.
The pests are now widely spread in the county that its health department gets up to 14 calls a week about the pests. Cathe Bullwinkle, quality improvement coordinator for the Oneida County Health Department, said that during winter, the health office only receives an estimated three-four calls a week regarding the crawlies. But when summer comes, that number shoots up to about fourteen.”
My Cleaning Products said that indeed, bed bugs' hitchhiking ability is one of the major reasons why they are now so widespread. However, it stated that if the pests are eliminated early and effectively, the expansion of their infestation could be prevented.
To get that done, MCP asserted that the Oneida County residents would need to have a Bed Bug Bully prepared. Comparing it to heat treatment, it said that it could also kill bed bugs and their eggs and nymphs. But unlike the treatment, it pointed out that it is much easier and inexpensive.
Additionally, the company stated that Bed Bug Bully is also safe for health. It detailed that FIFRA 25(b) has approved it as pesticide-exempt.
To affirm the product's advantages, MCP urged the Oneida residents and all the other bed bug victims to try it. It announced that anyone could get a Complimentary Sample of Bed Bug Bully at MyCleaningProducts.com.