Bed Bugs Prompt Fire Departments to Develop New Policy, My Cleaning Products Offers Pesticide-Exempt Bed Bug Spray Samples to Help the Bed-Bug-Affected Fire Stations

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Because of the widespread of bed bugs, fire departments in Lancaster developed new policies against the pests, a report said. Wanting to help, My Cleaning Products offered to fire stations and the public samples of its safe ad effective bed bug spray - Bed Bug Bully.

...pest-control companies have proven it[Bed Bug Bully] effective and FIFRA 25(b) has approved it as pesticide-exempt.

Bed bugs have a become a big problem to the first responders of Lancaster. As a result, fire departments developed bed bug policies to counter the critters, said a report from posted on April 15, 2013. Knowing how difficult a bed bug elimination could be, My Cleaning Products offered them help with samples of its pesticide-exempt bed bug spray it called Bed Bug Bully.

The Greenfield Township Fire Department was specified in the report as one of the stations that adopted a bed bug policy, My Cleaning Products said. It shared that the headquarters started following a procedure countering the vampire-like insects after the pests got it infested in February. Its crew also underwent training from the Central Ohio Bed Bug Task Force to prevent the same incident, it added.

Based on the report, the infestation got Greenfield Township Fire Department spending $3, 000 for the bed bug treatment, MCP related. But regarding the source of the bed bugs, it relayed that Terry Morris, the fire station chief, said he got no clue how the pests got into their headquarters.

Apart from GTFD, the company stated that many other fire departments in Lancaster developed or were developing their own policy as well to protect their crew against bed bugs.

Here's a part of the post Fire Departments Develops New Bed Bug Policy by My Cleaning Products.

“Bed bugs are known hitchhikers. As their numerous reported infestations have proven, with a ride on anything, anybody at anywhere could already be their next victim. And sadly for the crew of one fire station in Lancaster, they recently became those “next victims.” So to prevent the comeback of the critters, they adopted a policy against them. Other local departments also developed procedures of their own.

That fire station reportedly hit by the pests was the Greenfield Township Fire Department. Particularly, it was last February when the bed bugs invaded it. And according to a report, the pests sucked $3, 000 out of the station for their elimination.”

In its recent post, My Cleaning Products stated that any house could be the next bed bug spot. Given that, it said that everyone must have a policy to follow just like the fire departments in the report for a successful bed bug treatment.

The policy one must implement, MCP said, must include bed bug prevention, detection and elimination steps. And in the post, it enumerated all those steps.

However, in the bed bug elimination, the company specified that the pesticide-exempt bed bug spray Bed Bug Bully is the best help anyone could get. It detailed that pest-control companies have proven it effective and FIFRA 25(b) has approved it as pesticide-exempt. Because of that, it declared that it is the ideal help to a safe and effective bed bug treatment.

Encouraging the public to prove it themselves that the said bed bug spray is the best, MCP shared that anyone could now get a Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Sample at

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