Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) March 21, 2013
A bed bug treatment Columbus, Ohio was allegedly turned for the worst by the solution used in the process. As reported on March 20 by myfox28columbus.com, a house south of the city was caught on fire on Wednesday possibly because of a bed bug spray. To avoid the same incident, My Cleaning Products suggested the use of the pesticide-exempt Rusterizer instead. It also offered samples of it to prove that it is indeed the right bed bug spray to get.
My Cleaning Products stated, based on the report, that fortunately, the incident injured no one. However, it damaged parts of the house and several furniture pieces, the site added. The severity of the destruction it caused though was not disclosed.
The fire accident, as MCP related, happened after the affected family tried to get rid of bed bugs on their furniture. It detailed that they used a bed bug spray for the treatment. And when someone lit a lighter near the spayed couch, the fire ignited, it elaborated.
According to the report, the family's bed bug spray contained an accelerant that sparked the fire, MCP detailed. However, it added that the investigation was still ongoing to determine the official cause of the incident.
Here's a part of the post Bed Bug Spray Caused House Fire by My Cleaning Products.
“A bed bug spray is a big in help cutting down the time, money and work that you need for a bed bug treatment. However, if you make the wrong pick, it could turn things for the worse. Take, for example, the one house fire incident in Columbus, Ohio.
As it was reported, on Wednesday, one house in the south of Columbus caught fire. It was suspected that a bed bug spray was the root cause of it. The members of the affected family related that they were trying to kill bed bugs on their furniture through a pesticide spray. However, someone lit a lighter near a sprayed couch thereby igniting the fire.”
My Cleaning Products commented that if a different bed bug spray was used, the reported house fire could have been avoided. And among the bed bug products now available, it asserted Bed Bug Bully could have been that “different bed bug spray” that prevented the incident.
Among others, MCP declared that Bed Bug Bully is the best pick as it safe apart from effective. It is non-toxic and approved pesticide-exempt by FIFRA 25(b). Because that means it contains no harmful chemicals common to pesticides, it is safer, the site pointed out. As a bonus, it is inexpensive as well. So while avoiding additional expenses, it cuts down bed bug spending, it added.
To prove that, My Cleaning Products stated that house owners, hotel managers and pest-control companies could try the solution themselves. Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Samples, it shared, are available at MyCleaningProducts.com.
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/bed-bug-spray/03-20-19/prweb10554349.htm.
Copyright©2012 Vocus, Inc.
All rights reserved