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My Cleaning Products Warns Public of Summer Bed Bug Increase, Releases Limited Samples of Its Non-Pesticide Bed Bug Spray
Date:4/10/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) April 10, 2013

Bed bugs are known to increase in warm months. And because it will soon be summer, My Cleaning Products warned the public of the expected rise in number of the vampire-like insects. It also recommended to everybody the use of the non-pesticide bed bug spray – Bed Bug Bully – and offered samples of it to affirm the product's worth.

According to My Cleaning Products, bed bugs are small and fast-paced creatures. It said that those are two of the major reasons why they are now so widespread. But because the number of travel and the rate of traffic in hotels, resorts and inns are particularly much higher in summer, it stated that the pests are more likely to be transferred during that time of the year. That increases everyone's vulnerability to being their next victim, it declared.

Having emphasized the likely bed bug increase during the summer, the company then warned the public about it. It said that anyone could pick up the pests anywhere and bring them back home.

To prevent that, MCP said that one must be careful of their choice of hotel or place to stay. Inspection must be done before settling in, it said.

And to help the public do the bed bug inspection correctly, My Cleaning Products published a bed bug guide of when and where to find the pests. Whether at home, in a hotel or anywhere else, it said that the guide is a big help to prevent the further spread of the blood-fed insects.

In the guide, the company enumerated the signs of bed bug presence
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