Detroit, MI (PRWEB) March 13, 2014
A neighborhood in Detroit fears that cockroaches will return to their place. In response to it, My Cleaning Products recommended a pesticide-exempt spray to help the residents effectively kill roaches without further compromising anyone's health.
Based on a report from wxyz.com posted on February 19, 2014, due to the piles of garbage left by one resident who moved out last summer, the neighborhood was invaded by roaches and rats. To get rid of them, it detailed that an exterminator was hired.
However, because the mounds of trash were still buried under the snow, the report relayed that the residents are worried. It detailed that they fear the garbage would attract the cockroaches back when the temperature rises.
It was said in the news post that the people already informed the city officials about the standing garbage. Nonetheless, it relayed that the piles of trash remain uncollected.
Here is an excerpt from the post Trash in Detroit Neighborhood Sparks Fear Over Roaches' Return by My Cleaning Products.
“Trash attracts cockroaches. And with a pile of it in a neighborhood in Detroit, residents fear the onslaught of the creepy crawlies.
According to one of the neighborhood residents, Bernice Richardson, the roaches have taken over their area along with the big rats. And the cause of it, she said, "Was the garbage her nasty neighbors left when they moved out last summer.”
According to My Cleaning Products, indeed, trash attracts cockroaches. Hence, to keep those critters away, a house must always be clean.
However, it stated that if those insects are already inside, just cleaning the place won't be enough to kill them or to stop from multiplying. And so, it advised everyone to get the help of a roach spray.
Nonetheless, MCP stressed that the elimination of those crawlies must be safe besides effective. Else, money would be wasted and the health of the people would be further at risk, it cited. And considering that Roach Bully is exactly that – safe and effective – it recommended its use to the public.
Unlike most of the pesticides, Roach Bully is made with organic ingredients, My Cleaning Products elaborated. Moreover, being a pesticide-exempt, it said that it is already in EPA's FIFRA 25(b) list. Because of that, it stated that everyone could rest assured it leaves no harmful residues whenever sprayed.
When it comes to effectiveness, the company said that it is also a truly reliable product. It elaborated that besides killing the adult roaches, it also could eliminate their young and eggs.
To try the solution, MCP invites everyone to get a Complimentary Sample of Roach Bully at mycleaningproducts.com.