A study by Ohio State University found out that bug bombs are ineffective on bed bugs. June 06, 2012
Bed bug treatment by professionals is expensive. Because they are cheap and offers convenience, many resort to foggers to kill the vampire-like pests. However, according to a report from cnn.com, the said products don't work on bed bugs. In response, BedBugBully.com suggested that hotel and home owners should use a pesticide-exempt solution instead.
Based on the report, it is a study conducted by the Ohio State University that found out foggers or bug bombs are ineffective on bed bugs. The said study was published on the Journal of Economic Entomology.
In addition to its ineffectiveness, the report added that bug bombs were also a risk to health. In a 2008 report by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 466 people suffered from bug-bombs-related illnesses, detailed the report. According to the record, the cases happened across eight states from 2001 to 2006.
Here's an excerpt of the article entitled Bed Bugs Beat Bug Bombs by BedBugBully.com
“If there are bed bugs in your place, the best course of action is to hire professionals to do the treatment. The problem is that bed bug exterminators charge hundreds, if not thousands, for their services. And in this time of tight economy, surely, that expense is too much for anybody. But if you think bug bombs are the solutions to that problem, well, you got it wrong.
To get rid of bed bugs without spending much, many resort to bug bombs. Bug bombs are basically aerosol products that fill an entire room after settling it off. 'Foggers' is another term used to refer to them.”
Read more about Bed Bugs Can Resist Foggers at: http://www.bedbugbully.com/bed-bugs-beat-bug-bombs/
Online company Bed Bug Bully commented that bed bugs has long been resistant to chemicals. Hence, the use of conventional chemical-based bed bug products adds more financial problems than help. For a bed bug treatment that will surely eliminate the pests, it said that hotel and home owners should opt pesticide-exempt and proven-effective bed bug spray instead.
Among the many bed bug sprays available, the company recommended its solution for a truly effective and safe bed bug treatment. As a pesticide-exempt and organic-based product, the spray, which is also called Bed Bug Bully, pose no health risks it stated. In addition, it is also an affordable, it added.
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