Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) January 21, 2013
Bed bugs have reached the Wall Street Journal. Based on a report from nymag.com, their presence was already confirmed, and though actions were already taken to resolve the problem, Spray For Bed Bugs commented that they could come back. So to help the officials get rid of them safely and effectively in case of their re-infestation, the site advised the use of Bed Bug Bully.
According to the report, the vampire-like pests were found at the sixth floor of the Wall Street Journal building last Friday. Specifically, they were detected in the video area of the floor and its conference room.
To resolve the said bed bug problem, an exterminator was hired. And to get rid of their eggs as well, it was stated that chemicals were sprayed on the areas affected.
However, Spray For Bed Bugs does not approve the use of chemicals to ensure the complete elimination of the pests. Primarily, it's because of the health risks that they bring. Instead, the site suggested the use of organic-based bed bug spray.
According to the website, the green bed bug spray offers a safe apart from effective bed bug treatment. It added that it could protect the health of the employees from both the strong chemicals and the pests.
Nonetheless, of all the organic-based bed bug sprays, Spray For Bed Bugs only recommended Bed Bug Bully, My Cleaning Products' bed bug solution. It said that many house owners, hotel managers and cleaning contractors are already using the said pesticide-exempt product. And as it stated, one could surely get his or her money's worth with it.
Additionally, the website urged bed bug spray shoppers to grab a sample of Bed Bug Bully to prove that it's truly safe and effective. As it related, My Cleaning Products is offering complimentary sample of it.
Spray For Bed Bugs Shares That Samples of Bed Bug Bully are Available at MyCleaningProducts.com.
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