Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) October 29, 2012
Because of bed bugs, a number of elementary students in Ohio were picked on. According to a report from 10tv.com, they were bullied after letters were sent to their parents urging the checking of the vampire-like pests in their homes. Wanting to help, iHaveBedBugs suggested the use of the pesticide-exempt Bed Bug Bully to pick on the bugs instead.
Based on the report, the students bullied were from the Westchester Apartments who go to Norwood Elementary. The apartment complex has a history of bed bug problem as recently, two of its units were treated for infestation. When a bed bug was found at the elementary school's library, letters were sent to parents with students who live in the said complex.
And because of that, one parent said that their kids were being bullied. As she stated, they were singled out instead of addressing the letter to the whole town.
To that, iHaveBedBugs agreed. It said that everyone should've been warned about the pests and encouraged to inspect and get rid of them as anybody could be their next victim. As it said, any place, despite its cleanliness, could still be infested by bed bugs.
However, the site asserted that of all the bed bug products out there one should go for Bed Bug Bully. It said that it is the safest bed bug help anyone can get given that it is pesticide-exempt. With it, homeowners don't have to worry about exposing anyone to the danger of harsh chemicals. Bed bug contractors could also attract more clients as they can also offer a safe and eco-friendly bed bug treatment apart from effective.