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Cockroach Takes Refuge in Man’s Ear; My Cleaning Products Recommends a Pesticide-Exempt Spray to Get Rid of Roaches Right Away and Prevent Similar Incidents

February 3, 2014

A huge cockroach reportedly took refuge in a man's ear in Australia. Wanting to help others avoid such incident, My Cleaning Products recommended a pesticide-exempt spray to get rid of roach fast and safe.

New York, NY (PRWEB) February 03, 2014

A huge cockroach was recently pulled out of the ear of an Australian man. And so, to help the public prevent the same incident, My Cleaning Products suggested the use of a pesticide-exempt spray to get rid of roaches right away.

A report from ibtimes.com dated January 11, 2014 identified the roach victim to be Hendrik Helmer. It detailed that the critter removed from his ear was 8-inch-long.

The report said that Helmer was sound asleep when the insect entered his ear. It relayed that he first tried to remove it himself by using a vacuum and later, by squirting water into his ear. But when both method failed and the pain in his ear became unbearable, it shared that he decided to get help from a doctor, who took it out using forceps.

Here is a part of the post Cockroach Plucked Out of an Australian's Ear by My Cleaning Products.

“Because of the unbearable pain the insect was causing, Helmer, with his roommate, just decided to go to a hospital. The doctor removed the critter with forceps and discovered that it was an 8-inch long cockroach. They said they never removed such a big insect out of someone’s ear before.”

According to My Cleaning Products, roaches in houses and anywhere else compromise the people's health. Hence, they must be eliminated. And as it stated, this news about a cockroach finding its way into a man's ear gives another reason to do it.

Hiring a pest-control company, it said, is the easiest method of eliminating cockroaches. However, it cited that it could be expensive. Also, it stated that many exterminators use strong chemicals in their processes that could harm people and the environment.

Because of that, it suggested the DIY roach elimination instead. Although one would need to take several steps to get rid of the pest, MCP said that they aren't too difficult to implement.

Moreover, to make the process safe, it recommended the use of Roach Bully. It is said that it is pesticide-exempt and is even on EPA's FIFRA 25(b) list. It added that it also meets and exceeds federal guidelines and could even kill roaches' eggs and larvae.

To try it and see for themselves how well it works, MCP invites the public to visit its website at mycleaningproducts.com for a Roach Bully Complimentary Sample.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/get-rid-of-roaches/01-31-14/prweb11545994.htm


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