New York, NY (PRWEB) May 21, 2013
Bed bugs have become so widespread in the past few years. And according to My Cleaning Products, many turn to chemical-based pesticides for help to completely get rid of them. However, because of the health and environmental risks those solutions present, the company advised the public to kill bed bugs with Bed Bug Bully instead.
According to My Cleaning Products, chemical-based pesticides are not as effective on bed bugs as they used to be. It shared that the pests have already developed immunity to the solutions.
To avoid the fatal effects of the conventional insecticides, the company stated that bed bugs mutated. They developed harder exoskeletons and produced a metabolic enzyme that breaks down the toxic, it explained.
Because of that, MCP said that it is useless to treat an infestation with a chemical-based bed bug product. It added that it would just waste one's money and pose risks to health and the environment.
Here's an excerpt from the new bed bug guide by My Cleaning Products.
“Based on a report about a recent study from the University of Kentucky, bed bugs have developed resistance to the common pesticides used on them. Basically, they developed harder exoskeleton and metabolic enzyme that break down the toxins to resist the chemical solutions.
Hence, if you continue to use conventional chemical-based pesticides to kill bed bugs, you would just waste your money and risk yours and your family's health without succ
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