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Study Says Kidney Bean Leaves Work Against Bed Bugs, My Cleaning Products Compares Its With a Non-Pesticide Bed Bug Spray
Date:4/17/2013

ations all over the country that could prove that true. But over time, methods and techniques were discovered and rediscovered to counter their presence. One potential method gaining attention today is the possible use of kidney leaves to trap the bloodsucking bed bugs.

Based on a study by Micheal Potter, an entomologist from the University of Kentucky, the kidney leaves are capable of capturing the blood-thirsty pests via their little hairs. Those hairs are called trichomes and are about 10 micrometers in diameter and about 50-100 micrometers high.”

My Cleaning Products shared that further research was being planned regarding the use of kidney bean leaves to counter bed bugs. But even if the leaves could truly trap the pests, it commented that the use of them is still not a credible solution against the critters. It said that as the scientists themselves noted, they don't offer long-term help given that they dry out quick.

Because of that and some other reasons, the company asserted that it's better for the public to use a bed bug spray. It made a comparison of the two methods in its recent post and in it, it enumerated the advantages of the use of a bed bug spray over the bean leaves. It said that bed bug spray is the more practical and credible choice as it makes the bed bug treatment easier and faster to complete and was already proven to effectively work.

However, MCP specified that the bed bug spray must be non-pesticide. And among any other solution, it only recommended Bed Bug Bully. It stated that pes
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