Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
Bed bugs hit yet another library. This time, the target was that of the University of Arizona, a report from kvoa.com related. In the light of it, My Cleaning Products warned the public of the possible transfer of the pests to houses. Additionally, it offered tips to kill bed bugs promptly.
As said in the report, posted on September 26, 2013, the crawlies were discovered particularly at the first floor of the university's Main Library, shared MCP. And as it detailed, the library employees were the ones who discovered them first.
Following the crawlies' discovery, My Cleaning Products related, based on the report, that the area affected was closed. It added that the University Pest Control department was then called to treat the floor from infestation.
However, it was also said in the news article that the bed bug outbreak happened last week and was not disclosed to the library goers. And so, when the incident was leaked, it relayed that the guests were upset.
Here is an excerpt from the post Bed Bugs Infest Main Library of University of Arizona by My Cleaning Products.
“Bed bugs are now so prevalent that even libraries have lately been getting frequent visits from them. Several of those facilities had to reportedly cancel events or close temporarily because of their presence.
The Main Library in the University of Arizona recently became an addition to the list of those infested libraries. And as it was said, its first floor was the area particularly affected by the crawlies was forced to closure last week.”
According to MCP, given that the Main Library was open to the public, anyone could have picked up the pests before the affected area was closed and treated. And as it added, those critters could have then been transferred to others.
Given the possibility, My Cleaning Products then advised everyone to be ready to kill bed bugs. To do that, it said that a bed bug spray would be needed. However, out of the many products, it asserted that Bed Bug Bully is the best.
MCP explained that Bed Bug Bully is a bed bug spray not like all the others in the market. It said that it is made with organic ingredients and EPA had even got it classified as pesticide-exempt under FIFRA 25(b). As it also assured, it is effective and was already proven as such by hotels, hospitals and pest-control companies.
To experience its benefits for real, the company urged everyone to try. It shared that there are Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Samples anyone could test at MyCleaningProducts.com.