New York, NY (PRWEB) May 07, 2013
Bed bugs are now conquering places they don't usually invade. According to a report from forbes.com, they now infest even taxis. And to help motorists and everyone else get rid of them without the aid of the compromising strong chemical ingredients, My Cleaning Products advised the use of the pesticide-exempt bed bug spray Bed Bug Bully.
As based on the report posted on April 27, 2013, bed bug infestations aren't limited anymore to just sleeping quarters, My Cleaning Products stated. They now infest many more unexpected places than just houses, apartments, hospitals and hotels, it said.
The report specified that some of those unexpected places were taxis, MCP shared. And as it detailed, based on the report of all the pest control companies in the county, 21% of the bed bug treatments they implemented was for either for taxis, trains or buses.
Here is an excerpt from the post Bed Bugs Hitching on Taxis by My Cleaning Products.
“In a few weeks, it'll be summer. And as the pattern of the previous years indicated, more bed bugs will be soon coming. Worse, those pests are now breaking barriers infesting places they usually don't invade.
As you might already know, bed bugs are very common in houses, apartments, hotels, hospitals and nursing facilities. Those are their traditional spots, as you could say. A trip or an overnight stay in any of those places could already trigger an infestation back to your own home. That's how quick and sneaky bed bugs are.”
My Cleaning Products agreed with the report that bed bugs now show up in many unexpected areas. Because of that, it warned the public to be always on the lookout for their presence. It also advised them to learn how to kill bed bugs early given that they are sneaky.
To make the process easy and safe though, MCP advised the use of Bed Bug Bully. With the bed bug spray, it explained that much less work and time are needed to finish the bed bug extermination process.
Moreover, the company added that Bed Bug Bully is pesticide-exempt bed bug spray. EPA has classified it under FIFRA 25(b), it shared. Hence, it said that consumers could rest assured that it contains no chemicals harmful to anyone's health.
To try it, My Cleaning Products said that anyone could get a Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Sample at MyCleaningProdcuts.com.
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