New York, NY (PRWEB) March 06, 2014
A student housing in Amherst in New York was plagued by cockroaches, said a report from wivb.com. In response to it, My Cleaning Products recommended the use of Roach Bully to anyone dealing with the pest effectively kill roaches without risking anyone's health.
The report, which was published on February 25, 2014, related that the insects have been a problem in the complex since the start of the school year. It added that based on the statements of the students, they were crawling from one apartment to another through electric outlets, smoke alarms and air vents.
According to the news post, an exterminator was already in the building get rid of the roaches. Despite that, it stated that the number of the pest just decreased. Additionally, it relayed that a student named Jennifer Banks Ruffin said that the exterminator hadn't gone to the housing for a month already.
Here is a part of the post Cockroaches Plague Student Housing in Amherst by My Cleaning Products.
“There are several species of pest that could plague a house or any other type of residence. However, for one student housing in Amherst, New York, it's the cockroaches that were troubling the student residents.
Tenants of the University Village on Sweet Home Road said that the crawlies have been a constant problem in the complex since the start of the school year. A number of them shared that they've even experienced waking up with the roaches crawling on them.”
MCP said that the cockroach problem at the reported student housing could happen to any other place. And given that those crawlies could bring in a lot of health problems, it asserted that it is imperative to get rid of roaches.
To do that, My Cleaning Products stated that one must clean up in order to make the place less inviting to the critters. Additionally, it advised the public to prepare a roach spray in case those bugs would get sneaky.
Nevertheless, the company stressed that one must only get a roach spray that is both effective and safe. That, it said, is to prevent more risks to health. And as Roach Bully is organic-based, it asserted that it is the best help anyone could get.
Because Roach Bully contains no strong chemicals, MCP explained that the use of it leaves no odor or residue that could threaten anyone's health. In fact, it is even on EPA's FIFRA 25(b ) list for being pesticide-exempt. Furthermore, it cited that it could kill not just adult roaches but even their young and eggs.
To try the product, the company said that the public could just visit its website at mycleaningproducts.com for a Roach Bully Complimentary Sample.