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Bed Bugs Moving Into Utah at Rapid Rate

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The number of unwanted guests crawling their way into Utah beds is reaching exponential numbers, according to the Salt Lake Valley Health Department, and now they want residents to talk about the bed bug problem. KCPW’s Jessica Gail talked with experts about why the blood-sucking bugs are a big problem, and what they’re urging people to do to help stop it.

(KCPW News) The number of unwanted guests crawling their way into Utah beds is reaching exponential numbers, according to the Salt Lake Valley Health Department, and now they want residents to talk about the bed bug problem. KCPW’s Jessica Gail talked with experts about why the blood-sucking bugs are a big problem, and what they’re urging people to do to help stop it.

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    These are tenacious little buggers. As someone who thought they were myths or an extinct species, I was surprised to get them 2x in 2years. They can hitch a ride from anywhere, and are so small and thin they had hide in cracks in the bed. You can get rid of them yourself – you just have to be ruthless and do it multiple times. I even blogged about it and the solution(s) we used. http://bedbugsbgone.netii.net/

    Frank, the BedBugChaser here, you may want to Google “Alarming combo: Bedbugs with ‘superbug’ germ found” this story is scary, isn’t it? Also, Avtron just finished our latest and greatest weapon in the war on BedBugs, go to http://www.avtronloadbank.com/lb_whatsnew.htm#Heater to see the what the future holds for the BedBug. This system will also eliminate STINK BUGS!!

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