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Library in Carlisle Takes Steps to Get Ahead of Bed Bugs, My Cleaning Products Adds Another Way to Overtake Their Presence

August 30, 2013

Bed bug signs in returned materials prompted a library in Carlisle to take steps to prevent the pests. My Cleaning Products suggested a way to kill bed bugs fast without the help of harmful chemicals.

Carlisle, PA (PRWEB) August 30, 2013

Signs of bed bugs were noticed in a library in Carlisle. And so, the facility took immediate steps to make sure it was ahead of the pests, suggested a report from pennlive.com. In response to it, My Cleaning Products introduced an additional method to block the crawlies' infestation.

Based on the news, which was posted on August 29, 2013, it was in Bosler Memorial Library where the said bed bug signs were observed, My Cleaning Products shared. Particularly, they were noticed on the materials returned by borrowers to the library, it detailed.

To address any bed bug issue the signs presented, it was said in the report that the facility decided to work with a pest-control company, relayed MCP. It also stated that the whole staff was trained to detect and deal with bed bugs. Moreover, it shared that the library now requires borrowers, who returned materials with bed bugs, to provide proof that their house was treated from the pests before they are allowed to borrow again.

Nonetheless, the facility's executive director, Jeffrey Swope, cleared that there is no infestation in the library, added MCP. He elaborated that the steps were just to assure the public that they were taking actions to prevent the pests.

Below is a part of the post Bed Bug Signs Prompt Carlisle Library to Action by My Cleaning Products.

“If you haven't heard, bed bugs are now becoming book bugs. Recently, there were several reports of them hanging in libraries. And with the new school year coming in, more of them are expected to show up.

Bosler Memorial Library located in Carlisle doesn't want to get caught off-guard by those crawlies. It implemented a number of steps to prevent the entry of those steps.”

Green news website My Cleaning Products said that bed bugs are now more prevalent than ever. So, it advised the public not to let their guard down from those crawlies. As it stressed, everyone must be ready to kill bed bugs always.

To do that, MCP said that one must always have a ready help – bed bug sprays. But of all those sprays available today, it only recommended Bed Bug Bully.

Unlike other bed bug products, it said that Bed Bug Bully is pesticide-exempt. It explained that it is not made with chemicals, as common pesticides are, but instead formulated using organic ingredients. Hence, it is safe for health and the environment that even EPA classified it under FIFRA 25(b), it shared.

In terms of its effectiveness, MCP relayed that hotels, pest-control companies and hospitals have already proven that it works. And for anyone who would want to prove that himself, it said that a Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Sample is available at MyCleaningProducts.com

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/bed-bugs/08-29-13/prweb11077707.htm


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