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Victims of Pesticide Misuse to Kill Bed Bugs Rise in Numbers; Spray For Bed Bug Says It's Best to Use Pesticide-Exempt Bed Bug Bully Instead
Date:12/3/2012

New York, NY (PRWEB) December 03, 2012

Bed bugs continue to affect more people. And as that happens, nbcnews.com reported that victims of pesticide misuse to eradicate the pests also rise in number. For a safer bed bug treatment, Spray For Bed Bugs said that the pesticide-exempt Bed Bug Bully is the product the public should purchase.

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Based on the report, federal health officials were alarmed of the growing number of pesticide misuse cases. From year 2006 until 2010, 129 people reportedly suffered from mild to serious health effects of using outdoor pesticides inside their houses. And as it was added, one woman died because of it.

Due to the said alarming pesticide misuse rate, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry issued an advisory about it earlier this week.

Meanwhile, wanting to help ease the anxiety over the rise of bed bug cases so people won't resort to pesticide misuse, Spray for Bed Bugs advised the public to get a Bed Bug Bully. As the site said, though one must not take drastic measures to kill bed bugs, he or she must be prompt. And among other products, it is said that Bed Bug Bully is the best help anyone can get to implement a safe yet prompt bed bug treatment.
What Makes Bed Bug Bully Safe?
Spray for Bed Bugs stated that Bed Bug Bully is organic-based. Apart from that, it related that it has passed several federal programs and guidelines as a pesticide-exempt bed bug product. With that and the fact that it was proven effective by any other users, the site asserted that it is truly the bed bug spray any bed bug victim needs.

See for Yourself How Bed Bug Bully Works. Grab a Sample of It Today!

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