Conventional pesticides will not do in a silverfish elimination. It said that more than effective, the product must also be safe to ensure that it will not endanger anyone's health.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) August 26, 2013
Silverfish bugs are tiny. Yet, if their presence is not addressed, they could cause huge and various types of destruction on properties. So, to help the people deal with them effectively without compromising their health, My Cleaning Products introduced and suggested the use of its pesticide-exempt Silverfish Bully.
Those brown-grey or bluish-silver insects don't stay in open and bright spots. They flourish in dark and damp areas, so, they are usually seen in basements, attics, kitchens and bathrooms.
Feeding on sugars and starches, silverfishes could consume paper and cloth made items. Because of that, they could particularly damage photos, books, clothes, sheets and curtains. Moreover, though they don't transmit diseases through it, they could also contaminate food and drinks given that they basically live on carbohydrates.
Due to their consumption of those organic house items, silverfish bugs are considered pests. Therefore, they must be eliminated. And given that their females could lay up to 60 eggs at once, their elimination must promptly follow their detection.
However, My Cleaning Products stated that conventional pesticides will not do in a silverfish elimination. It said that more than effective, the product must also be safe to ensure that it will not endanger anyone's health. Given that pesticides nowadays contain harmful chemical ingredients, it concluded that they are not ideal for the process.
Instead of those pesticides, MCP stated that the public should go for an organic solution. But of the pest products claiming to be safe for silverfish elimination, it only recommended the use of Silver Bully.
It asserted that Silverfish Bully is the best as it was already proven effective by hotels, hospitals and even pest-control companies though it doesn't have the harsh chemical ingredients common in other sprays. Not only that, it shared that EPA has classified it as pesticide-exempt silverfish spray under FIFRA 25(b).
So, to anyone with silverfish problem, My Cleaning Products suggested the use Silverfish Bully. And as it detailed, it is available at its official website – MyCleaningProducts.com.