Bed Bugs Infest University of Washington Dormitory the Third Time, My Cleaning Products Asserts a Pesticide-exempt Spray Could Kill Bed Bugs for Real

Bed bugs re-infested a dormitory in the University of Washington. In response to it, My Cleaning Products recommended a product that could truly kill bed bugs and prevent their comeback.

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Unlike most of the pesticides, it pointed out that it is organic-based hence, it leaves no harmful chemicals. Moreover, it said that it is already in EPA's FIFRA 25(b) list.

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) February 04, 2014

Bed bugs came back to one of the University of Washington dormitories. And stating that those critters are indeed difficult to completely eliminate, My Cleaning Products gave out some tips and even recommended a pesticide-exempt bed bug spray to help the public kill bed bugs for real and prevent their return.

Based on a report from dailyuw.com posted on January 30, 2014, the dorm plagued by the critters was particularly the Haggett Hall of the university. Since last fall, it shared that it had been infested three times already.

The report said that the initial infestation in the building first occurred in October 2013. However, months after it was treated, in December, it stated that it was again plagued by the crawlies. The following month, January 20 14, it relayed that the pest returned once again. And even after the last treatment on January 16, it added that a number of the pesky insects were still sighted in the place.

Here is an excerpt from the post Bed Bugs Return to UW Dormitory by My Cleaning Products.

“It's not that they are welcome, but bed bugs have returned to a University of Washington's dormitory.

The tiny critters particularly re-infested the campus' Haggett Hall. And including their recent comeback, it was already the third time that they showed up in the dorm.”

According to My Cleaning Products, the bed bug case at Haggett Hall showed the stubborn streak of those critters. However, it stressed that it didn't mean they couldn't be completely eliminated once their infestation has started.

MCP said that just as long as one detects and kills bed bugs early, their infestation could be prevented and so are their negative effects. But to do that, it asserted that one must first know the bed bug signs and prepare a bed bug spray. With those two steps, it said that one could get rid of the critters promptly before they have the chance to multiply and spread.

When it comes to the bed bug spray though, the company specified that a person must pick the one that is both effective and safe so as not to compromise anybody's health. Such product to get is Bed Bug Bully, it cited.

Unlike most of the pesticides, it pointed out that it is organic-based hence, it leaves no harmful chemicals. Moreover, it said that it is already in EPA's FIFRA 25(b) list.

Besides that, MCP stated that Bed Bug Bully is truly effective. It stated that it could kill adult bed bugs and even their eggs and nymphs.

To try it, the company invited everyone to visit its website for Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Samples at mycleaningproducts.com.


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