Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) April 08, 2013
A fire station in Las Vegas fell victim to bed bugs. Based on a report from ktnv.com, Clark County's Fire Station 20 had been battling the vampire-like pests for weeks already. And knowing about it, My Cleaning Products suggested to the officials the use of Bed Bug Bully. It also offered samples of the bed bug spray to the public to give them chance to try it before buying it.
In the report dated April 04, 2013, firefighters of Fire Station 20 on Judson Avenue in Sunrise Manor said that they were concerned about carrying the pests back to their houses, My Cleaning Products shared. However, it added that county officials hadn't dealt with the alleged bed bug presence.
In their defense, county officials countered in the same report that they found no bed bugs in the station, MCP related. They said they were still investigating the problem and would take the necessary steps to solve it, it added.
However, MCP detailed that based on the report, two beds were already removed from the station due to the suspected infestation.
Here's a part of the post Fire Station Struggles to Fight Bed Bugs by My Cleaning Products.
“Even fire stations, bed bugs don't spare. And another one of it in Vegas, the pests recently invaded. However, according to the local firefighters, their complaints about the said vampire-like insects are sadly not being heard.
The fire station reported with the bed bug infestation is in Las Vegas' Clark County. Particularly, the pests are said invading Fire Station 20, which is on Judson Avenue
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