New Nature-Cide Bed Bug Spray Puts an End to Unwanted Travel Companions

Sep 28, 2010, 16:38 ET from Pacific Shore Holdings, Inc.

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Pacific Shore Holdings, Inc., manufacturer of the 100% natural pesticide line, Nature-Cide, has developed the answer to recent heightened needs for pest control, specifically, bed bugs.  

They're in the news every day.  From the Fort Myers Library closure, to bed bug sniffing dogs, everyone is talking about bed bugs.  The issue lies in the fact that they're easily spread through travel and can be transported home in suitcases, backpacks, computer bags and other personal belongings.  Anywhere furniture is shared, the risk of bed bugs is high. College dorms, nursing homes, hotels, offices and apartment buildings are just some of the places bed bugs thrive.  Public officials are desperate to eradicate this epidemic, which is now at a scale unseen for more than a half century.  

Homeowners and exterminators are turning to hazardous chemicals that can harm the central nervous system, irritate skin and eyes or even cause cancer.  Do desperate times really call for desperate measures?  Not according to Pacific Shore Holdings, Inc. President and CEO, Matthew Mills.  He and his team have developed a product that's deadly to bed bugs, but completely safe for humans and animals.  "I travel, go to movies and many other places now being labeled as high risk for bed bug infestations. I don't want to bring any pest home to my family, but I'm not willing to put dangerous chemicals or poisons near them either.  Nature-Cide Bed Bug Spray kills and repels bed bugs yet is so safe that it is Doctor Recommended!" states Mills.

Nature-Cide Bed Bug Spray comes in a 32oz size for home use and an 8oz and 2oz size for travelers.  The travel spray in particular is expected to be a big hit for the company as experts warn against even taking luggage into your home that's not been disinfected. "We've created a product that can travel with you to hotels, movie theaters, or anywhere bed bugs lurk.  You may not be able to avoid coming into contact with them, but you don't have to take them home with you," concludes Mills.

Pacific Shore Holdings, Inc. and their Nature-Cide line of pesticides and repellants are popular with doctors, veterinarians, and consumers looking for safe ways to control pests.  For more information on Nature-Cide and the science behind it visit  

For more information, contact or 818-885-9870.

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