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Bed Bug 911 Exterminator is an Enzyme-Based Product

Bed Bugs

The EPA-exempt product eradicates bed bugs, dust mites, fleas and other insects on contact.

| April 25, 2011

NEW YORK — Bed Bug 911 Exterminator is an EPA-exempt product that eradicates bed bugs, dust mites, fleas and other insects on contact. The product’s ingredients and natural enzymes attack and destroy insects' exoskeleton without pesticides.

The product can be applied bedding, furniture and flooring without the risk of stains, according to the manufacturer.

For more information, visit www.bedbug911.com.
 

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