Miami, FL (PRWEB) April 17, 2014
Recently, cockroaches were spotted in two restaurants in Florida. And according to a report from local10.com posted on April 15, 2014, that, along with other violations, forced their closure. In connection with it, My Cleaning Products suggested the use of a pesticide-exempt spray to kill roaches effectively without endangering anyone's health.
Based on the report, one of the restaurants is in 6700 NW Seventh Ave in Miami and the other is in 419 Hialeah Drive in Hialeah. Both, it stated, were closed down by the Florida Department of Business and Regulation last week.
In the first establishment, the report relayed that 10 dead roaches were found in its kitchen floors. In addition, 12 alive ones were spotted crawling in the area. Meanwhile, in the second restaurant, dead cockroaches were also sighted.
Here is an excerpt from the post Cockroaches Spotted in Two Florida Food Establishments by My Cleaning Products.
“The presence of cockroaches poses numerous risks to people's health. That is why food establishments are required to be free of them. However, two restaurants in Florida were found with roaches. Because of that and the many other violations that were cited, they were closed down.
The closure took place last week. And particularly, it was the Florida Department of Business and Regulation that ordered them to cease their operations.”
Cockroaches pick up and spread germs and bacteria everywhere. And that is how they become a huge risk to everybody's health, explained My Cleaning Products.
Because of that, it advised everyone to clean up. That, it said, will help prevent the presence of the critters.
However, for an elimination that is not just effective but also safe, it only recommended the use of Roach Bully. It asserted that it is the best as it could kill those pests in seconds even without the help of harsh chemicals.
MCP elaborated that hotels, hospitals and even pest-control companies have proven that the product could eliminate not just the adult cockroaches, but also their eggs and nymphs. Additionally, it cited that it is made with organic ingredients and is even on EPA's FIFRA 25(b) list. Hence, everyone could rest assured that it truly works, it stated.
To personally see how well it works, the company invites everyone to get the Roach Bully Complimentary Sample at mycleaningproducts.com.