Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) January 17, 2014
Bed bugs were plaguing a hotel in Indianapolis. News website wishtv.com gave the details of it on its post published on January 16, 2014. In response to it, My Cleaning Products gave an advice how one could prevent their lingering presence.
In the report, it was stated that the inn scourged by the vampire-like crawlies is at the east side of the city. There were 14 of its rooms found to have the pest as reported by its general manager to the Department of Code Enforcement. However, he stated that they couldn't be certain what or who was the source of the critters.
This recent bed bug issue wasn't new for the hotel, shared MCP based on the report. Back in October, during a surprise sweep of the city on about 20 hotels, it related that the said inn was one of those discovered to have more than two dozens of violations. And bed bug infestation, it relayed, was one of them.
Here is an excerpt from the report Bed Bugs Scourging an Indianapolis Hotel by My Cleaning Products.
“Bed bugs are a persistent problem in the hotel industry. Their incessant presence at one Indianapolis inn is one proof of it.
That inn was determined in one report to be the Country Hearth Inn and Suites. It is at the east side of Indianapolis and was initially found to have bed bugs in October during the city's first surprise sweep on about 20 hotels.”
According to MCP, the high-traffic of people coming and going out of hotels is the reason why bed bugs are very common in them. Same is true in houses, it said.
Nonetheless, it stated that like other problems, there are solutions to bed bug infestations. The easiest of them, it determined is hiring a bed bug exterminator. However, it cited that it is an expensive option. And so, for a less-expensive way to kill bed bugs right away, it suggested the DIY bed bug treatment with the help of a bed bug spray.
With the product, MCP said that anyone could get rid of those critters promptly and less costly. And so, it advised everyone to have it ready.
Of the many solutions for those vampire-like pests though, My Cleaning Products only recommended Bed Bug Bully. It asserted that it is the best given that it does not compromise the effectiveness of the process even though it is made with organic ingredients. And because it does not contain harsh chemical ingredients, it cited that is also safe for health and the environment.
In addition, the company shared that EPA has also recognized it. It elaborated that is already on its FIFRA 25(b) list.
To see for themselves how well it works, MCP urges the public to try the Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Sample at mycleaningproducts.com.