..it advised the use of Bed Bug Bully instead. As it cited, it is organic-based, hence, it is safe. It stated that it also in EPA's FIFRA 25(b) list for being a pesticide-exempt.
Omaha, NE (PRWEB) April 25, 2014
A homeless shelter in North Platte in Nebraska was rumored to have a bed bug problem. However, in a report from omaha.com, it was said that the critters were already cleared from the facility. Meanwhile, in order to help others kill bed bugs effectively and safely, My Cleaning Products advised the use of the pesticide-exempt Bed Bug Bully.
According to the report, which was published on April 24, 2014, the Executive Director of the facility, Beth DeFreece, confirmed on Wednesday that the critters were indeed found in the building. She detailed that they were sighted in one room in the women's dormitory.
However, she clarified in the post that it was already three weeks since it happened. She supplemented that they called in an exterminator to confirm the bugs and implement a treatment after it was reported. And with that, she cleared bed bugs was no longer a problem in the facility.
In addition to the treatment, the report relayed that the management implemented other precautionary steps. It relayed that they replaced the mattresses and mattress covers in the room and changed the metal-made furniture to wood.
Below is an excerpt from the post Bed Bug Cleared NE Shelter by My Cleaning Products:
“Reports had it that bed bugs were detected in one homeless shelter in North Platte. And, indeed, they were in the facility as confirmed by its management. However, they clarified that the crawlies were already cleared.
The pesky bugs were found in a room in the women's dormitory. A resident reported the sightings of them.”
My Cleaning Products said the fact that bed bugs exempt almost no place to infest is what makes them some of the most horrible indoor pests. And as it cited, given their sneaky nature, anyone's home could be the next venue of their infestation.
Because of that, MCP stressed that everyone must be able to kill bed bugs anytime. To do that, it stated that one must prepare a bed bug spray, look out for bed bug signs and act quickly once their presence is confirmed.
However, it warned that not all bed bug sprays are okay for a bed bug treatment. It said that most of the ones available today contain harsh chemicals that could further endanger people's health.
And so, it advised the use of Bed Bug Bully instead. As it cited, it is organic-based, hence, it is safe. It stated that it also in EPA's FIFRA 25(b) list for being a pesticide-exempt.
Moreover, MCP added that everyone could rest assured of its effectiveness. It said that it could kill those critters, even their eggs and nymphs, in seconds. And as it asserted, numerous hotels, hospitals and pest-control companies have already proven that.
To personally see it in action, it invites everyone to get the Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Sample at mycleaningproducts.com.