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Inspections reportedly found no bed bugs in the rumored bed-bug-infested play place. My Cleaning Products suggested a pesticide-exempt bed bug spray to help keep at bay.
Lexington, SC (PRWEB) February 24, 2014
A play center was recently rumored to be infested of bed bugs. However, a report from wistv.com related that no sign of the critters was found in the place. Still, My Cleaning Products said that it is at risk of their presence. And so to help it and the rest of the public keep the pesky insects at bay, it recommended a pesticide-exempt bed bug spray.
The report, published on February 19, 2013, shared that the play center was located at Lexington, South Carolina. And as it relayed, the rumors of it being infested started when a mother complained that her daughter picked-up the crawlies from the place.
It was said in the report that the mother posted her claim online and even told the local news outlets about it. That and the quick spread of it, it related, prompted the management to have the place inspected. And as detailed, the two inspections it underwent showed that it got none of those crawlies.
Here is an excerpt from the post No Bed Bugs Found in Lexington Play Place by My Cleaning Products.
Monkey Joe, a play place in Lexington, South Carolina, was recently rumored to have bed bugs. However, with the inspections it went through, it had proven that it doesn't have them.
The rumor started when a mother claimed that her 10-month-old daughter picked up the critters from the play center during their visit on February 04, 2014. She posted pictures of the supposed bed bugs on Facebook and shared her story with local media outlets. When she was contacted by the company's employees following it, she also said her daughter was still recuperating from the bed bug bites.
According to My Cleaning Products, bed bugs are so prevalent these days that there seem to be no place safe from their presence. And as it commented, though they were not found in the reported play place, still there is a possibility that they would infest just like any other place.
And so, to help it and anyone else avoid the infestation of those critters, MCP advised the use of a pesticide-exempt bed bug spray. Besides being wary of any bed bug sign, it said that getting it would enable one to kill bed bugs prompt and safe.
That bed bug spray was actually Bed Bug Bully. The company stated that it is unlike the majority of the pesticides as it is made with organic ingredients. It shared that it is even on EPA's FIFRA 25(b) for being pesticide-exempt.
Moreover, MCP also assured that it is effective. It said that it could kill bed bugs and even their eggs and nymphs in seconds.
To see it in action, it invited everyone to try the Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Sample available at its website, mycleaningproducts.com.
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