Natureplex SleepTight - The Only Bio-Pesticide PROVEN to Kill Bed Bugs FLAT DEAD!


Think you can't get bed bugs?
Think again! These vicious little critters thrive even in the cleanest environments and plague even the most hygienic people. They have been found everywhere from shacks to fancy, penthouse apartments. Not only can anyone or any place have a bed bug problem, they are notoriously easy to bring home.

"Bedbugs are turning up in hospitals, schools, movie theaters, health clubs. Recent reports put them in a New Jersey college dorm and a Los Angeles hotel . where one guest filed a $5 million lawsuit. Apartment tenants have taken landlords to court over infestations."
- AP, Jan. 23, 2006, "Bedbugs Biting Their Way across the Country"

All you have to do to get bed bugs in your home is to pick up a few while you are visiting a place that has them. Or have someone in your home who has them on their clothing. Bed bugs are small and flat, which allows them to hide in almost any seam or crease, and hitchhike, unseen, to your house. They can hide in clothing, furniture, luggage, almost anywhere. It only takes a few transferred from one place to another to really get them going.

Because of their small size, bed bugs are notoriously difficult to detect, until they are already out of control. And once they start, they are frustatingly hard to eradicate.

All About Bed Bugs
Bed bugs are parasites. They rely on other creatures to feed themselves. More specifically, bed bugs feed solely on blood, and, for the most common strain of bed bugs, human blood. Even more specifically, your blood. Bed bugs feed from the host, mostly at night, by piercing the skin with a sharp "beak" and drinking until full. Often the host is completely unaware he or she has been bitten.

However, for most people, bites are often the first sign of an infestation. On many people, the bed bug bite will appear as a small welt, similar to a mosquito bite - except "the adult bed bug actually takes quite a large blood meal in the order of 10 times that of a mosquito.", according to entemologist Stephen Doggett - Sydney Morning Herald, April 4, 2005. In fact, bed bugs bites are often mistaken for mosquito bites. The welts, for many people can be very irritable and itchy. However, not all biting parasites are bed bugs. The second, and more reliable sign of bed bug infestation is small red or brown spots on mattresses, bed springs, or clothing. These small spots are the parasites' excrement, and are a more reliable indication of their presence.

Once an infestation starts, it only gets worse, because they multiply fast; each female lays up to 500 eggs in her lifetime. Not only do they reproduce quickly, bed bugs can live up a year without food so removing their food source (you) temporarily does little to get rid of them.

"'One worrying aspect is an increase in the number of people's homes (infested). It's now spreading right through the community,' Mr Doggett, who says he recently found 5000 bed bugs in one woman's bed."
- Sydney Morning Herald, April 4, 2005

If you are going to tackle a bed bug infestation, you should be aware that they can hide in almost any nook or cranny. Usually, you must treat along walls, carpets, and borders such as wall paper. Carpet should be steam cleaned to get the bugs where insecticides cannot reach. All furniture must have the drawers drawers removed, and every nook and cranny treated and inspected carefully. Clothing, bedding, and all cloth material should be laundered in hot water. If you have bed bugs, anywhere and everywhere you can imagine a bed bug being, there is most likely one there.

Bed Bug Infestations up Fifty Fold
Have you ever actually seen a bed bug? In the U.S., most people under a certain age have never seen a real, live bed bug. Thanks to strong insecticides such as DDT, bed bugs were largely eradicated in the U.S. However, DDT has since been outlawed, and the pests are coming back. The rapid growth of international travel and a generally more mobile population, more and more people are getting their unfortunate chance to meet these tiny biting creatures.

There HAS been an increase in bedbug infestations. Our member pest control companies who received 1 or 2 bedbug calls a year are now reporting 1 to 2 each week. That's 50 times more calls.
- National Pest Assocation Management. Pestworld.org

Due to their return, bed bugs have been in the news quite a bit lately. The National Pest Management Association reported that bed bug cases have increased fifty times - that is 500 percent in the last few years, and local health departments and exterminators are reporting similarly drastic increases as well. One well-known upscale hotel recently reached a large settlement with two customers who were bitten by bed bugs while staying in one of their rooms, while another was forced to settle a similar case with a travelling businessman. Furtermore, the problem may be far worse than the industry is admitting

Bed bugs have gotten so bad in one country, Australia, that they are posing an immediate economic threat to their hospitality industry. On Feb. 7, 2006, Australian representatives from hotel, motel and backpacker hostel associations, and caravan and charter boat industries met to discuss strategies for dealing with the infestation, which has gotten so bad that it is costing their industry nearly $100 million per year. - The Sunday Mail, - "Hotel Summit Bid to Bite Bed Bugs", Feb. 06, 2006.

However, the outbreak is not confined to Australia or any other single country. Thanks to increased international travel, bed bugs are in nearly every country in the world. A recent survey by a well-known pest control company in 2004 found them in 43 different U.S. states. Bed bugs have been confirmed in New York, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Texas, South Carolina, Oregon, Colorado, and Indiana within the last three months. Some infestations have even forced temporary closures of apartment complexes and hotels.

You definitely do not want these insects in your home, but your chances are better than they have been in years of getting them in your home. But, what can you do? Don't worry, you can get SleepTight Bed Bug Killer.

SleepTight Kills Bed Bugs FLAT DEAD
That's right. SleepTight kills bed bugs dead. Unlike a lot of bio-based products on the market, we don't use any weasel words or phrases with SleepTight like "repels" or "to help control bed bugs" or the like, because we don't have to. If used according to label directions, our product will kill bed bugs. Simple as that.

Futhermore, SleepTight is a non-toxic bio-based product. That means our product is completely safe for your home, your family, and your pets. It is perfectly safe to use on fabric or clothes to prevent bringing bed bugs home in the first place. Don't want to bring dangerous chemicals in your home just to keep bed bugs out? Then SleepTight is the answer!

Not only is SleepTight safe for you, it is safe for the environment. All Naturplex products are Earth-friendly, and SleepTight is too! Our product is made from ingredients from organic materials, which pose absolutely no pollution threat to our environment. We believe in doing no harm to our world, while living comfortably within it. If you do too, then SleepTight is the bed bug control product for you.

Do not get caught up in the epidemic!
We have been tracking bed bugs as they spread across the globe, and during the last two years, the increase has been exponential. The daily flood of news reports alone prove the bed bug infestation is real. Your home may already be next. Why not get a product that works for your home? Why not try some Sleep Tight today?

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