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Westchester Library Closes Due to Bed Bugs, My Cleaning Products Recommends Pesticide-Exempt Bed Bug Spray to Officials and Others Suffering from the Pests
Date:5/2/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) May 02, 2013

Bed bugs were discovered in a library in New York. As a result, it was closed, said a report from news12.com dated April 30, 2013. Wanting to help the officials solve possible future infestations, My Cleaning Products recommended the use of the non-pesticide Bed Bug Bully for an effective and safe bed bug treatment.

According to the report, the particular library plagued by the vampire-like insects was the Westchester Library in New Rochelle, My Cleaning Products related. Bed bug activities were detected in three specific areas of the building, it detailed.

It was said in the report that none of the staff or visitors were bitten by bed bugs, MCP shared. However, though scheduled to reopen on May 01, 2013, it added that some people expressed hesitance to come back to it so soon.

Here's a part of the post Bed Bugs Discovered in Westchester Library by My Cleaning Products.

“With bed bugs, there is probably no place safe. And given their size, there is likely no item that they couldn't use for concealment. Take, for example, your books. Believe it or not, bed bugs could make a hideout of the pages of them.

In fact, there were already several reports about those bloodsuckers found in magazines and other published documents. Worse, a number of libraries were also forced to close for days due to the infestation of those pests. And according to a report, the Westchester Library in New Rochelle, New York was the most-recent to shut down because of their presence.”

Because bed bugs are now so widespread, My Cleaning Products said that a place's possibility of being infested is higher than ever. Hence, everyone must learn how to eliminate those pests.

Nonetheless, to avoid severe physical and financial damages, it stated that bed bugs must be detected early. And that, it emphasized, must be promptly followed by an effective and safe bed bug treatment. Of all the methods to personally eliminate bed bugs though, it identified the use of a bed bug spray as the best one to implement.

Additionally, for a bed bug treatment with a bed bug spray that is truly effective and safe, MCP asserted that the library officials and the rest of the public suffering from the pests should pick Bed Bug Bully. As it explained, pest-control companies and hotels have proven it effective. It is also safe as EPA has classified it as pesticide-exempt under FIFRA 25(b), it detailed.

So the public could prove it themselves that it is truly effective and safe, the company further encouraged everyone to get a Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Sample available at MyCleaningProducts.com.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/bed-bug-treatment/05-01-13/prweb10694362.htm.


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