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Bed Bug Infestation Cases Continue to Increase, My Cleaning Products Recommends a Quick Solution to Prevent Wider Bed Bug Spread
Date:3/6/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) March 06, 2013

Bed bugs continue to rise despite efforts to decrease bed bug infestation cases, said My Cleaning Products. So with the intention to help the public protect themselves from the pests, it released another bed bug guide on its website. In it, the company suggested the use of Bed Bug Bully and related that samples of the solution are now available for anyone who wants it.

According to My Cleaning Products, because bed bugs are now widespread than ever, everyone is at a bigger risk of being infested. It is, therefore, important to prepare for the worst, it said.

To get ready for the possible bed bug infestation, MCP said that one must learn everything he could about the blood-fed insects. That way, he would know exactly what to do when the pests are detected. And with the right steps done promptly, bed bug infestation could be prevented early, explained the company.

On its published guide, My Cleaning Products presented to its readers the basic information one must learn about bed bugs via the FAQ format. It listed questions from bed bug detection to bed bug infestation and also answered them promptly.

One question, in particular, that MCP included on its guide is “what do bed bugs look like.” And to answer that, the company said that they are small and fast-paced. But for a clearer image of them, it advised readers to see pictures of bed bugs. Apart from showing them their exact appearance, the company stated that pictures of bed bugs c
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