Bed Bug Survey Shows Unexpected Increase; a Non-Toxic BedBug Bully Spray Helps for an Ebb

The country has been again, attacked by creepy crawlies on their maximum number so far according to a survey by the NPMA. The bed bugs have multiplied in number and penetrated the places where we didn’t expect them to live.
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Aug. 19, 2011 - PRLog -- The United States is experiencing a multitude infestation of bed bugs this year and it has been proved by the latest NPMA/University of Kentucky 2011 "Bugs Without Borders Survey”. None of the findings of the said survey resulted to a decrease in percentage.

Worst cases of bed bug infestation are found to have occurred in schools and hospitals. It is said that what makes these bed bugs on their way to rapid multiplication is the disallowance of the government to use the strong chemicals for the treatment. The chemicals were prohibited by the government as it can harm our health, even they can effectively get rid of the critters.

What is ideal to be used now is a safe yet effective bed bug solution. This is proudly a first, and only BedBug Bully offers a Bed Bug Spray that is not hazardous to people’s health as it is a non-toxic solution.

BedBug Bully, in. addition, provides the same effect from the said banned solutions. That is why hospitals rely on BedBug Bully to counteract the crawler’s attack. It is totally safe to use even with the patients around, as well as with schools, hotels, theaters, and even at home.

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“The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) has just releases the result of their latest “Bugs Without Borders Survey”. The results are extremely shocking stating that bed bugs infestations increased as much as 50% more on certain places.”

“The critters are found out to be seen on areas that we never thought they could have existed! And won’t you believe that cases of bed bugs infestation in hospitals hiked from 12% to 31%? Gross.”

“Bed bugs are said to be on their zenith this year. Hotels, theaters, schools and other establishments are now searching for the best solution not only to get rid of them but to completely prevent their resurgence.”

“Never did hospitals imagine experiencing the convenience of  having a Bed Bug Spray that effectively prevents bed bug infestations without disturbing their patients. Until a pest expert recommended the use of BedBug Bully to keep the patients safe from chemical-based bed bug solutions. BedBug Bully is free of toxic and friendly to the environment as well, but its power to kill bed bugs and prevent them from resurgence is effective and long-lasting.”

“Because of the comeback of the creepy crawlers, hospitals are reaching again for a BedBug Bully solution spray.”

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“Bedbugs are on the uptick in hotels, on public transport and in other public places.”

“So says a new survey from the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) survey. It found that infestations — even in hospitals — are up over last year.”

“Even the pest-control industry “has been surprised” by the resurgence of bedbugs and “where they’re being found,” NPMA public affairs VP Missy Henriksen tells me.”

“According to the just-released NPMA/University of Kentucky 2011 “Bugs Without Borders Survey,” involving 415 pest-control specialists, the creepy crawlers have multiplied and are found in places you might not expect.”

“Survey findings include:”

“* 99% of pest professionals have seen bedbug infestations in the past year (up from 95% in 2010)”

“*80% of pest professionals have treated bedbugs in hotels/motels, compared with 67% in 2010”

“*73% of pest professionals believe bedbugs are the most difficult pest to treat”

“*54% have treated bedbugs in college dorms, up from 35% in 2010”

“*46% have treated bedbugs in nursing homes, vs. 25% in 2010”

“*38% have treated bedbugs in office buildings, compared with 18% in 2010”

“* 36% have treated bedbugs in schools and day care centers, vs. 10% in 2010. That’s an amazing increase, as is the 31% who say they’ve found bedbugs in hospitals, vs. 12% in 2010”

“*18% have treated bedbugs in trains, buses or taxis, compared with 9% in 2010”

“*17% have dealt with bedbugs in movie theaters; 5% in 2010”


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Part of a peaceful community is being free from bed bugs. And it is a good choice to choose an eco-friendly product which will not only refrain us from chemicals but also safe for the environment.

It is not always reasonable that chemically-based solutions are better to kill pests as they are said to be more potent and powerful. The composition of a non-toxic BedBug Bully solution is especially engineered to effectively kill bed bugs and its eggs and prevent them from resurgence. And especially, BedBug Bully spray is our mother Earth’s buddy.

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