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Magic Exterminating
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All phases of Exterminating NYC & Nassau Residential Commercial Industrial - Bed Bugs - Termites - Rats - Mice - Bees - Roaches
All phases of Exterminating NYC & Nassau Residential Commercial Industrial - Bed Bugs - Termites - Rats - Mice - Bees - Roaches

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THE COLD WEATHER IS UPON US AND SO ARE THESE OCCASIONAL INVADERS
Winter is upon us and so are these occassional invaders: RATS     In
the Northeastern U.S. there is only one species of rat that concerns pest
control professionals. This species is the Norway Rat. The Rat is nocturnal by
preference but can adapt this behav...

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Camel Crickets
Camel
Crickets Camel crickets and closely related cave crickets belong to a large
group of insects. Unlike many other types of crickets, the camel crickets
do not chirp.  They have no sound producing organs. Camel crickets have an unusual humpbacked appeara...

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We use Sterifab. It cleans and disinfectants.
Here's a different question... We do bed bug extermination using heat (closed-loop glycol system) and we were asked by a client the other day "...do you have any good ideas of how to get rid of these black stains..." She was referring to the fecal matter left behind on a baseboard that had been there for a long time. You know, I thought for a moment and I really couldn't give here a good answer. Our job, of course, is to kill all the bed bugs and their eggs - which we did (our heat system is fantastic!!!) but I simply couldn't think of anything to tell her except that perhaps she could consider re-painting the room. The stains were old and quite substantive... bleach would have ruined the baseboard (and maybe even the hardwood floor in the area) and regular cleaners simply did not work!

Any thoughts or tricks for this dilemma?
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