Bed Bugs Cost Alton Housing Authority $35,000; New Help, How to Kill Bed Bugs With Less Expense, Introduced by My Cleaning Products

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So far, Alton Housing Authority has spent $35,000 to eliminate bed bugs, a report said. Knowing that most bed bug victims couldn't afford such expensive bed bug treatment, My Cleaning Products introduced a new way how to kill bed bugs effectively without spending too much money.

As a bed bug spray...the product[Bed Bug Bully] could make the process inexpensive while making easy and fast to complete.

Alton Housing Authority was hit by bed bugs. A report from thetelegraph.com dated May 15, 2013 said that their presence has already caused the company $35,000 for treatment. Wanting to help other bed bug sufferers avoid such big spending, My Cleaning Products shared a way how to kill bed bugs inexpensively.

It was said in the report that to clear the infestation, the company hired an exterminator, MCP related. Apart from that, its employees also attended a mandatory training on bed bugs, it added.

The residents in the company's apartments were informed of the problem, My Cleaning Products shared based on the same report. Besides them, it stated that AHA's Executive Director Andy Hightower said that the city and county officials were also told about the situation, it stated.

Here's an excerpt from the post Bed Bugs Troubling Alton Housing Authority by Bed Bug Bully by My Cleaning Products.

“Bed bugs made a victim out of yet another housing. This time, they unloaded problems to Alton Housing Authority.

"A report said that so far, the company already spent $35,000 for bed bug treatment. And as its fight against the bloodsuckers is not yet over, that amount could still increase.”

According to MCP, AHA's fight against bed bugs is still ongoing. And so, it said that its final bed bug treatment cost could be much higher than the amount the report determined. Knowing that not all bed bug sufferers could pay that much for a bed bug treatment, it shared a tip how to kill bed bugs with much less expense.

Particularly, MCP introduced the use of Bed Bug Bully. As a bed bug spray, it said that the product could make the process inexpensive while making easy and fast to complete. Moreover, because it is pesticide-exempt as EPA has classified it under FIFRA 25(b), it added that bed bug victims could rest assured that it is effective and safe for health.

To see the product in action, MCP encouraged the public to try it. It shared that one could get a Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Sample to test at MyCleaningProducts.com.

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