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Pest Barrier Launches CimiShield.com

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The PMP-focused website is for Cimi-Shield, the company’s bed bug control product.

| October 28, 2013

CARSON, Calif. — Pest Barrier, a division of Bird Barrier, has launched a PMP-focused website for Cimi-Shield, the company’s bed bug control product. The website is www.cimishield.com.

The website describes the product and how it works in addition to other information pertinent to PMPs. Cimi-Shield kills bed bugs on contact and offers a 12-month residual on fabric surfaces (carpeting, bedding, etc.), without odor or staining properties, the manufacturer reports. Cimi-Shield kills mechanically; it removes the bugs’ waxy outer coating, causing their liquid insides to evaporate, according to the manufacturer.

Visitors to the site will learn how Cimi-Shield fits into the pest control market. Because the product is made from GRAS (generally regarded as safe) ingredients, it is ideal for customers who demand a green solution, the manufacturer reports.

CimiShield.com also presents a collection of videos that discuss the product and demonstrate how it works in the field.

Watch a product application in a hotel room, learn how to mix it in a sprayer, and see Cimi-Shield kill a bed bug in a matter of minutes. Also listen to Jeff McGovern as he describes how Cimi-Shield can work alone, or in tandem with other materials and protocols.

On the website’s Technical Information link, PMPs can download the label, MSDS, efficacy data, usage instructions, technical bulletin and a customer leave-behind sheet.

The website also offers PMP testimonials about Cimi-Shield.

Cimi-Shield offers two versions of the product; Knock-Out for infestations, and Protect to prevent future infestations.

Both versions feature the same 12-month residual. For more information visit CimiShield.com or callPest Barrier at 800/503-5444.
 

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