Jersey City, NJ (PRWEB) September 03, 2013
A senior housing in Plainfield was heavily infested by bed bugs. A report from nj.com published on September 01,2013, said that the residents were complaining about it, along with other maintenance problems. So, wanting to help, My Cleaning Products suggested to them the use of a pesticide-exempt bed bug spray.
As the report identified, Richmond Towers, operated by the city of Plainfield, was particularly the complex bugged by the vampire-like critters, My Cleaning Products said. It added that those pests disturbed about 225 senior residents of the facility.
Based on the tenants' statement in the report, they have already steamed their units several times, but the pests remained persistent, MCP relayed. And as it detailed, the city's housing authority executive director, Randall Wood, also said that they spent more than $100,000 already just get rid of the critters.
Here's an excerpt from the post Bed Bugs Heavily Infest Richmond Towers by My Cleaning Products.
"Bed bugs became as widespread as they are today because they are very good hitchhikers. They could bum a ride on almost anything without being noticed. And because housings offer them so many things to hitch on, in the form of things and people going in and out of the building, those tiny vampires are very prevalent on the them. One of those housings recently discovered to be heavily infested by them was Richmond Towers."
MCP said that bed bug infestation could indeed cost a person a huge expense. As it explained, that's because those critters multiply fast and could cause a massive infestation quickly, that requires costly professional help.
To avoid spending too big for the treatment of the pests, the company said that prompt detection and elimination of bed bugs must be observed. It elaborated that as soon as bed bug signs are seen, one must look for and kill bed bugs immediately.
However, of the many bed bug sprays, it asserted that Bed Bug Bully is what everybody should purchase. Besides being effective, it said that it is also organic-based, hence, it is safe. In fact, EPA has already got it classified under FIFRA 25(b), it shared.
Not just that, MCP said everyone could also rest assured that it is safe. It stressed that hospitals, hotels and even pest-control companies have proven that it truly works.
To prove those benefits true, the company additionally encouraged everyone to try the product. It detailed that the Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Samples are available at MyCleaningProducts.com.