...the use of a non-pesticide bed bug spray is the best way to get rid of those pesky insects.
New York, NY (PRWEB) April 24, 2013
According to a report from marketwatch.com, bed bug infestations in hospitals hiked over the years. Recognizing that the number of bed bug cases everywhere indeed hiked, My Cleaning Products published a new bed bug guide on how to counter the pests. Moreover, for a safe way to kill bed bugs, especially in medical facilities, it recommended the use of the pesticide-exempt bed bug spray – Bed Bug Bully.
The report said that compared with the percentage of bed bug infestations in hospitals in 2011, that of 2012 was 6% higher, My Cleaning Products related. And if compared with the number back in 2010, that of 2012 was twice as many, it detailed.
Based on the report posted on April 22, 2013, bed bugs get into hospitals because of the going in and out of patients and visitors, MCP stated. And as it additionally shared, the fact that hospitals get many transfers from nursing homes, where the pests are also a common problem, makes it harder for the management to prevent their presence.
It recounted, as the news specified, that the increase of bed bug infestation in nursing homes since 2010 reached 46%.
Here's a part of the post Bed Bug Infestations in Hospitals Increase in Number by My Cleaning Products.
“Hospitals have some of the strictest cleanliness protocols. And accordingly so given that bacteria from unsanitary practices could impend the life of patients. But sadly, even those protocols are not enough to block the breaking in of bed bugs.
As it was said in a recent post by marketwatch.com, those vampire-like pests are a big headache to hospitals nowadays. Worse, the number of their infestations has been increasing in the past few years.”
My Cleaning Products stated that no matter how clean a place is, bed bugs could still invade them. However, it cleared that doesn't mean anyone should not clean as dirt presents many health risks and clutter offers bed bugs many hiding spots.
When infested by those pests though, MCP pointed that limiting the things hey could hide on is not the primary goal. The goal is to kill bed bugs, it specified. So, apart from tidying up a place, one must also do a bed bug treatment to clear those pests.
In its published guide, My Cleaning Products asserted that the use of a non-pesticide bed bug spray is the best way to get rid of those pesky insects. It pointed out that the use it makes the bed bug extermination effective without being expensive, prompt and safe.
Out of all the solutions though, the company only recommended Bed Bug Bully. It relayed that it has already been proven effective by pest-control companies and hotels. Moreover, EPA has classified it as pesticide-exempt under FIFRA 25(b).
To prove it themselves that the said product is the best, MCP urged the public to get samples of it. It shared that everyone could get a Bed Bug Complimentary Sample at MyCleaningProducts.com.