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Bedbug Bonanza, Read this Now!

There has been a great deal of recent news coverage regarding bedbug infestation culminating with a summit last week in Washington, DC sponsored by the Environmental Protection Agency. 

US officials are on the warpath against a new plague pouncing on unsuspecting Americans from cellphones, keyboards and mattresses — the humble bed bug now staging a comeback after two decades.

The tiny blood-suckers had all but vanished over the past 20 years, but now pose “the most difficult, challenging pest problem of our generation,” entomologist Mike Potter from the University of Kentucky told a conference.

“In my opinion, we are not going to get out of this thing” until we “allow the pest-control industry to go to war,” he warned.

The two-day meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday, dubbed the first National Bed Bug Summit by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), heard the insects are spreading rapidly, infesting all kinds of public buildings and spaces.

“We’ve never seen anything like this,” agreed Mike Deutsch, an entomologist with Arrow Exterminating, saying bed bug colonies were being found in lamp bases, clock radios, televisions as well as snuggled up in the pages of books.

 It appears that the resurgence of this nasty little critter is directly ties to the elimination of the use of DDT as a pesticide.  As you well know, DDT was outlawed due to the fact that it was determined an environmental hazard and was responsible for weakening the walls of the the egg shells of endangered species like the Bald Eagle. As a result, Bedbugs have been growing in numbers with no real effective pesticide available to kill them. 

We at CleanBrands took this as a direct threat to quality and sanctity of your sleep, we worked hard to engineer our mattress and pillow encasements effective in stopping bedbugs from entering our protective covers.  Then we had our products certified by ICR and tested over 8 weeks with live bedbugs to insure that even the tinniest bedbugs were unable to get through our fabric, seams and zipper openings.  The result is a 100% effective protective barrier allowing you to sleep with total security that no insect will enter our product and infest your mattress or pillow.  To show you our commitment to Protecting Your Sleep we are offering a fantastic promotion on our CleanRest® web site, a free box spring encasement for every mattress encasement purchased. 

free box spring encasement with every mattress encasement purchased

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Please leave a comment and share with us your bedbug stories and helpful tips you have to stop these insects from their relentless assault in your sleep.

 

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Gary

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Study finds blood-sucking critters’ resistance to insecticides increasing in urban areas

WEDNESDAY, Jan. 14 (HealthDay News) — A resistance to insecticides appears to be why bed bugs are making a comeback in some urban areas, a new study says.

Bed bugs in New York City, where infestations have grown in recent years, appear to have developed nerve cell mutations that weaken the effect of the pyrethroid toxins, such as deltamethrin, commonly used against them, according to a report in the current issue of the Journal of Medical Entomology. Such nervous system poisons normally would paralyze and kill the nocturnal blood suckers.

Toxicologists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Korea’s Seoul National University found that the New York City bed bugs are now as much as 264 times more resistant to deltamethrin than an easier-to-kill type of bed bug found in Florida.

“This type of pyrethroid resistance is common in many pest insects, and the failure of the pyrethroids to control bed bug populations across the United States and elsewhere indicates that resistance is already widespread,” senior researcher John Clark said in a University of Massachusetts news release.

The resistance appeared to be from the bed bugs’ having an insensitive nervous system, rather than their ability to better breakdown the poisons in their system, the researchers said.

While bed bugs feed on the blood of their host about every five to 10 days, they are not believed to spread disease.

More information

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has more about bed bug infestations.