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Study Says Bed Bugs Show Resistance to Pesticides, My Cleaning Products Asserts Non-Pesticide Bed Bug Bully Is the Better Pick Against the Pests
Date:4/9/2013

Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) April 09, 2013

Pesticides simplify and speed up bed bug treatment. But according to a report from cincinnati.com, a recent study discovered that the vampire-like pests have developed resistance to the said solutions. In response to the news, My Cleaning Products asserted that it would be better for the public to use the non-pesticide bed bug spray – Bed Bug Bully – instead. It offered samples of it so anyone could attest its safety and effectiveness.

My Cleaning Products related that as said in the report posted on March 29, 2013, bed bugs were particularly becoming resistant to pyrethroid insecticides. It stated that it is the main type of pesticide sprayed on the blood-fed crawlies.

The study that discovered the said immunity of bed bugs was conducted by the University of Kentucky, MCP detailed as based on the same report. It was released in December and published on Scientific Reports, it added. Moreover, it shared that as the study revealed in the report, bed bugs were making their shells harder or changing the way they absorb the insecticides to develop immunity to them.

There were 21 different types of bed bugs based on the city they came from that were tested in the study according to the report, My Cleaning Products said. But the crawlies that showed more resistance over the others, it related, were those from Cincinnati.

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