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J.F. Oakes Releases Pro-Pest Bed Bug Monitors

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New product contains chemicals that mimic human scent, are a discreet way of detecting bed bugs, company says.

| July 31, 2012

YAZOO CITY, Miss. - J.F. Oakes is now offering its new Pro-Pest Bed Bug Monitor, the company announced.

The Pro-Pest Bed Bug Monitors contain a special attractant made from aggregation semio-chemicals that mimic the scent of human skin, which hard to resist for the pests, the company said.

Bed bugs are naturally drawn to the Pro-Pest Bed Bug Monitor; it contains no pesticides. Detecting an infestation is quick and treatment can begin as soon as possible, the firm said. Pro-Pest Bed Bug Monitors contain a special heat-stable glue formulation, and can be used in hotels, apartments, dorm rooms, cruise ships, inside luggage, under cushions, behind furniture, along baseboards, and more.

The products are discreet and crush-proof, and can monitor bed bug activity for up to six months, J.F. Oakes said.

For more information, visit www.JFOakes.com.

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