You're Still Using Chemicals to Kill Bed Bugs

Publisher: Colorado Tri-Flo Systems

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You're Still Using Chemicals to Kill Bed Bugs

When it comes to resolving a bed bug issue the primary goal is to eradicate them, kill them-- in all stages of life and in all their locations. With that focus, oftentimes the aftermath and residual effects are not considered or ignored in the panicked rush to "get rid of them NOW, no matter what".