Stockton, CA (PRWEB) April 23, 2013
A bed bug infestation was reported in Stockton. News website fox40.com said in a post dated April 21, 2013 that the housing complex named Franco Center was sprayed on because of the blood-sucking pests. In response to it, My Cleaning Products advised the residents to be wary of the negative effects of strong chemicals if those were used in the treatment. And for a safer elimination of the said pests in the future, the company advised the authorities and residents alike to use a non-pesticide bed bug spray instead.
According to the report, the infested housing building was located specifically in El Dorado and Washington Streets in Stockton, California, My Cleaning Products shared. And as it added, the pests are a usual trouble for the residents.
To alleviate the problem, it was said in the report that the San Joaquin Housing Authority sprayed the complex and executed a heat treatment, MCP stated. And as it also related, the residents were happy with the action of the said housing authority.
Below is a part of the post Bed Bugs Invade a Stockton Housing Complex by My Cleaning Products.
“The news from fox40.com has it that the building reported infested by those blood-thirsty insects was particularly the Franco Center in Stockton, California. It said that the San Joaquin Housing Authority already sent exterminators to the complex to alleviate the problem.
Heat treatment and spraying were the methods implemented to solve the infestation, the news mentioned. And as it also said, residents were satisfied of the housing authority's response.”
My Cleaning Products said that though the residents were happy of the officials' response to their bed bug problem, they should remain vigilant. It stated that those pests could come back any time. To prevent that, it asserted that the bed bug treatment they should implement must be truly effective. And to help them with that, it added the myths about bed bugs and their treatments in its news post.
Moreover, in the same post, the company stated that the authorities and the residents should pick a non-pesticide bed bug spray for a truly effective and inexpensive bed bug treatment in the future. And particularly, it recommended Bed Bug Bully.
Being a pesticide-exempt bed bug spray as approved in FIFRA 25(b), it asserted that anyone could rest assured that Bed Bug Bully will affect the vampire-like insects. And that's without risking anybody's health, it declared.
So they could prove that true, MCP urged the residents and the rest of the public to try samples of the non-pesticide bed bug spray Bed Bug Bully. It detailed that Complimentary Samples of Bed Bug Bully are available at MyCleaningProducts,com.
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