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PCM Custom Molding Introduces the ClearView Bed Bug Trap

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The station attracts bed bugs and traps them for easy monitoring and disposal, manufacturer PCM Custom Molding reports.

| September 14, 2010

PCM Custom Molding offers the Clear View Bed Bug Trap for the monitoring and detection of bed bugs.

The advanced non-toxic bait station attracts bed bugs and traps them for easy monitoring and disposal. The Clear View has no moving parts, no power cords, no batteries, and contains no pesticides.

The Clear View is ideal for use in the hospitality industry, the manufacturer reports. It provides discrete and effective monitoring allowing motels, hotels, nursing homes, rehab centers and anywhere there is a bed to be proactively monitored for potential bed bug activity and take corrective action before problems get out of hand. The company has a website geared for PCOs at www.probbcvt.com

PCM Custom Molding also announced that coming soon is the Clear View Trap for German cockroaches.    

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