Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) January 14, 2014
A recent study about bed bugs traced the vampire-like critters in Philadelphia. Science news website sciencedaily.com related the details of it on its post dated January 09, 2013. Meanwhile, to help the residents get rid of the pest cheap and safe, My Cleaning Products shared a way how to do it with a bed bug spray.
Based on the post, the research particularly mapped out the bed bug hotspots in Philadelphia and tracked their seasonal trends, My Cleaning Products related. And as it detailed, it specifically determined that those crawlies affect more the south part of the city. Moreover, it shared that they tend to peak in August and go low in February.
The post said that the study was conducted by Michael Z. Levy, PhD, assistant professor in the Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, together with his colleagues, MCP stated. It relayed that it analyzed the calls to the Philadelphia Department of Public Health's Vector Control from 2008-2012 to determine the pest's pattern.
Below is an excerpt from the report Study Determines Bed Bug Patterns by My Cleaning Products.
“Since their big comeback some 10 years ago, bed bugs have spread so wide and fast. But though knowledge about them has increased over the years, still they continue to become even more prevalent.
And so, to come up with a bed bug elimination method that is even more effective than ones available today, Michael Z. Levy, PhD, assistant professor in the Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics (CCEB), along with his colleagues, conducted a new study. Its findings were published on January 8 in the Journal of Medical Entomology.”
According to My Cleaning Products, knowing the patterns of bed bugs could indeed help someone in protecting himself from those critters. However, it warned the public to still be always ready to kill bed bugs promptly. And as it said, that's because they are sneaky.
To do that, MCP said that one would need a bed bug spray. Nonetheless, it stressed that the product must be safe apart from effective to protect the health of anyone who might be exposed to it.
Being an organic-based, the company stated that Bed Bug Bully makes the right product for the process. Because it contains no harmful chemicals, it cited that it also poses no risk to health. In fact, it shared that it's even on EPA's FIFRA 25(b) list for being pesticide-exempt. Additionally, it shared that it was already proven to effectively eliminate even bed bugs' eggs and nymphs.