Columbus, OH (PRWEB) December 24, 2013
Bed bugs infested yet another fire station. And in response to it, My Cleaning Products suggested a pesticide-exempt bed bug spray to help others fighting the same pesky insects.
In a report from dispatch.com published on December 21, 2013, it was specified that a firehouse in Whitehall was the latest victim of those vampire-like pests, My Cleaning Products shared. It detailed that they were discovered on Friday morning when the firefighters showed up in a roll call with bed bug bites.
Particularly, the report said that the critters were discovered in the bunks of the station, MCP relayed. And so, following the discovery of them, it stated that Whitehall’s Division of Fire then transferred the sleeping quarters to the basement of the building. In addition, it related that the public was informed about the incident and a bed bug prevention plan was developed.
Here is an excerpt from the report Bed Bugs Infest Whitehall Fire Station by My Cleaning Products.
“Bed bugs are becoming a real pain to firehouses. Recently, they were found in the bunks of yet another fire station in Ohio – that of Whitehall.
The presence of those pesky insects was discovered last Friday after firefighters showed up for a roll call with bed bug bites all over.”
According to My Cleaning Product, bed bugs are so prevalent these days, it seems there's no more place that they couldn't invade. And that, it said, puts everyone at a bigger risk of picking up the pests and getting their homes infested.
But worse, it stated, is that anyone could bring home those critters without knowing it. That's because they are small and are good hitchhikers, it cited.
Because of that, MCP stressed everyone must always be wary of beg bug signs. And to eliminate bed bugs promptly, it asserted that the public must also have a bed bug spray ready. With that, it stated one could prevent them from multiplying and avoid the worst of the problems they could bring.
However, it only recommended the pesticide-exempt Bed Bug Bully out of all the bed bug sprays in the market. As it pointed out, that's because it's unlike most of the sprays, which contain harsh chemicals. Instead, it's made with organic ingredients making it safe for health and the environment. Apart from that, it's already in EPA's FIFRA 25(b) list.
To see how well it works, MCP shared that there are Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Samples one could get for testing are MyCleaningProducts.com.