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Bed Bugs Plague UC Berkeley Dormitory, My Cleaning Products Recommends Non-Pesticide Bed Bug Spray to Solve the Bed Bug Cases

San Fransisco, CA (PRWEB) April 08, 2013

A dormitory in the University of California, Berkeley was flocked by bed bugs in the past few months. But according to a report dated April 3, 2013 by, another outbreak bugged its residents last week. Wanting to help the dorm officials and all the other bed bug victims clear the pests' presence safely and effectively, My Cleaning Products recommended the non-pesticide Bed Bug Bully. It also decided to give out samples of the said bed bug spray so everyone could test it safety and effectiveness.

My Cleaning Products relayed that based on the report, the specific UC dormitory infested by the vampire-like pests was the Griffiths Hall in Unit 2. It stated that in the previous months, the crawlies were spotted in the fifth and seven floors of the hall.

However, the most-recent outbreak, MCP related as the report stated, happened on the eighth floor. Officials were said quick to act when they were notified about it to avoid the further spread of the pests, it detailed.

One resident of the dormitory said in the report that heat treatment was already scheduled for the rooms affected by the pests, MCP added.

Below is a part of the post Bed Bugs Disturbs UC Berkeley Dormitory by My Cleaning Products.

“It seems that bed bugs are loving the Griffiths Hall in Unit 2 of the University of California, Berkeley. Although for sure, it isn't the only dormitory that got a bed bug problem, the pests were seen in the fifth and seventh floors of it for the past few months already. And needless to say, its residents are bugged with the pests' presence.

The latest sighting of bed bugs in the said campus housing was just last week. And as it was said, the eighth floor was the location of its most-recent outbreak.”

According to My Cleaning Products, bed bug infestation is common everywhere. And because the pests could hide and hitchhike on almost anything, it added that they could infest a place anytime of the day.

However, the company said that there are many different ways to get rid of bed bugs. One that it highly recommended is the use of a bed bug spray. Particularly though, it suggested the use of Bed Bug Bully.

As MCP said, like heat treatment, Bed Bug Bully could kill bed bugs and as well as their eggs. And being a bed bug spray, it stated that it could do that in a more convenient and faster way.

Moreover, the company asserted that Bed Bug Bully could also make the bed bug treatment safe apart from effective. That's because it is an approved pesticide-exempt bed bug spray by the FIFRA 25(b), it stated. To prove that true, it encouraged the public to get a sample of it.

Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Sample is available at, MCP related.

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