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ActiveGuard Mattress Liners Kill Bed Bugs Dead Within 72 Hours, Manufacturer Allergy Technologies Reports

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The liners deliver a slow-release formulation that kills bed bugs, but also kills dust mites in mattresses and box springs for up to two years, according to Allergy Technologies.

| October 26, 2010

AMBLER, Pa. – ActiveGuard Mattress Liners kill bed bugs dead within 72 hours, according to manufacturer Allergy Technologies. ActiveGuard mattress liners, an alternative to encasements, are thin, comfortable liners that are odorless – and they work fast against bed bugs, the manufacturer reports.

According to Gus Carey, founder of Allergy Technologies, ActiveGuard mattress liners are easy-to-install and deliver a slow-release formulation that kills bed bugs, but also kills dust mites in mattresses and box springs for up to two years.

The liners come in four sizes to accommodate most mattresses. Carey added, “ActiveGuard liners are being used in homes, apartments, hotels, college dormitories and a variety of other housing types throughout the country. We’re battling an epic problem with the bed bug infestation as it stands today and ActiveGuard mattress liners are a solid tool that literally kills bed bugs within 72 hours. That’s why they are being used in the heaviest hit markets, from New York and Boston to Cincinnati and Portland.”

Essentially ActiveGuard is an active mattress and box spring liner that provides a proactive step in any comprehensive bed bug control program for managing bed bugs. The impregnated liner is ideal for all residential applications and allows PMPs to deliver confidence and security backed by years of testing, Allergy Technologies reports. 

For more information visit www.allergytechnologies.com

 

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