(PRWEB) May 15, 2013
A professional bed bug treatment is expensive. And based from a post by news-press.com, because of that and the evasion of a landlord to take responsibility of a bed bug infestation, one tenant was left with no choice but to move out. To help other bed bug sufferers prevent the same incident from happening, My Cleaning Products shared tips how to get rid of bed bugs with much less expense. In addition, it suggested them the use of Bed Bug Bully.
The report, which was posted on May 10, 2013, identified the tenant as Denise Mayhew, My Cleaning Products shared. She has been living in Fort Myers Beach for six years already and had not dealt with any bed bugs until a year ago, it added.
According to the report, Mayhew's bed bug problem started when a family moved into the other unit of the duplex where she lives, MCP related. However, when they were evicted, it added that they moved out all their belongings except the bed bugs they brought in, which not long after trespassed to Mayhew's unit.
As Mayhew shared in the report, she tried everything to kill the pests but an exterminator told her that to eliminate them completely, both units must be treated, MCP recounted. The problem, it said, was that it would cost at least $1000, an amount the tenant didn't have. It added that the landlord also refused to take responsibility of the problem and just gave the 56-year-old a bottle of rubbing alcohol to kill the pests.
Below is a part of the post Bed Bugs Push Tenant to Move Out by My Cleaning Products.
“For six years, Denise Mayhew has lived in a duplex in Fort Myers Beach. She has built a life around it and intended to stay longer. But no thanks to bed bugs and a landlord who refuses to treat her unit, she was forced to move out.
Mayhew's bed bug predicament started a year ago when a family transferred into the other side of the duplex where she lives. But not being able to pay the rent, the family was evicted. The problem was that they didn't remove everything they brought in when they moved out. They left their bed bugs.”
My Cleaning Products said that bed bugs' persistence and the high cost of the professional treatment to eliminate them are two of the things that make them such a big problem. So to help prevent other bed bug sufferers from experiencing the same predicament that Mayhew had to deal with, it shared some tips how to kill bed bugs without spending too big.
As it said, a bed bug problem doesn't have to end with a huge expense. It stated that with early bed bug detection and prompt and personal elimination, one could solve it inexpensively. And so, in its most-recent news post, it added tricks how to detect the pests early. It also listed the steps how to kill bed bugs promptly with the help of a bed bug spray.
However, to make that prompt elimination truly effective and safe, it recommended to everybody the use of Bed Bug Bully. It stressed that the product is pesticide-exempt and EPA has already classified it under FIFRA 25(b). Hence, it asserted that anyone could rest assured that it would eliminate bed bugs without risking anyone's health. To affirm that, it announced that it would be giving out samples of the product. And as it detailed, anyone could get the Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Sample from MyCleaningProducts.com.
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