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Trenton High School Confirmed with Bed Bugs, Help How to Kill Bed Bugs More Safely Introduced by My Cleaning Products to Parents and Staff
Date:5/13/2013

Trenton, NJ (PRWEB) May 13, 2013

Another school was reportedly bugged by bed bugs. A report from nj.com posted on May 07, 2013 identified it as a high school in Trenton. Wanted to help, My Cleaning Products introduced a means to the parents and the staff how to kill bed bugs more safely.

The report said that particularly, it was Trenton Central High School West that was visited by the vampire-like insects, My Cleaning Products related. And to get rid of the pests, it shared that Everett Colling, school district's building and grounds executive director, stated that many of the campus' classrooms and common areas were already wiped with alcohol.

MCP shared, based on the report, that the use of alcohol was ordered by the state. It said that it was to prevent chemical harm to the kids.

According to the report, parents were informed about the situation last Friday, the company recounted. A letter was sent to them confirming the discovery of a bed bug, it detailed.

Moreover, Collins shared that another Trenton school - P.J. Hill Elementary School – was also recently infested, MCP added.

Below is a part of the post Bed Bugs Found in Trenton High School by My Cleaning Products.

“As recently reported, bed bugs were again spotted in yet another school. And as unwelcome as they are, actions were promptly taken to get rid of them.

This time, those vampire-like insects were said spotted in Trenton Central High School West. Parents and guardians were informed of the situation via a letter sent to them on Friday.”

My Cleaning Products said that a single bed bug at a school could trigger an infestation at different homes. Hence, it warned school officials and parents to be wary of the pest. It also advised them to be ready to get rid of bed bugs as they could sneak in anytime.

However, for a way how to kill bed bugs safely, the company highly recommended the use of Bed Bug Bully. It explained that the product could make a bed bug treatment effective while being safe.

As MCP reasoned, that's because Bed Bug Bully has already been proven efficient by pest-control companies, hotels and home owners. EPA has also classified it as pesticide-exempt under FIFRA 25(b), it added.

To see if it's really that good, the company urged everyone to try Bed Bug Bully. It shared that anyone could get a Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Samples at MyCleaningProducts.com.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/how-to-kill-bed-bugs/05-08-13/prweb10716429.htm.


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