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Non Invasive Bed Bug Treatments Offered to a State Library Shutdown Due to Sightings of Bed Bugs, MyCleaningProducts.com Details the Treatments' Process
Date:2/14/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) February 14, 2013

Every place is now susceptible to bed bug presence, even libraries. Based on a report from woodtv.com, in fact, in Michigan, there was one public library closed down because of the sightings of the said pests. And to help the staff win over them, in its new published guideline for effective bed bug treatments, My Cleaning Products recommended the use of Bed Bug Bully. Moreover, it offered them complimentary samples of the solution.

As stated in the report, the bugs were sighted in the Washington Square branch of the Kalamazoo Public School Library. Particularly, they were detected in a number of books returned through the branch's drop box.

The bed bugs found were actually dead, added the report. But despite that, the library spokesperson Farrell Howe said they would still have bed bug treatments done in the library.

Here's an excerpt from the report:

“Though a Tuesday morning search didn't reveal any live bugs in the Kalamazoo Public School Library's Washington Square branch, it did reveal some dead bed bugs.

Monday, library spokesperson Farrell Howe confirmed to 24 Hour News 8 that a couple of books returned through the Washington Square branch's drop box contained bed bugs. They were quarantined -- sealed up in plastic bags -- and then destroyed.”

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