Jan 202018
 

Distress. Frustration. Both of these words aptly describe the feelings you experience when you find out that you are sharing your home with pests. Just closing your eyes and wishing the pests away just won’t work. This article will make sure that you know what to do in case of invasion. This article will give you some great tips for getting rid of pests that have invaded your house.

Plug holes that pests, like mice, can enter using steel wool. It’s too hard for a mouse to chew through these steel strands. If it is more than 1/2 an inch, it should be filled up. This sort of critter is able to get through very small holes.

Fruit Flies

Do you have a recurring problem with fruit flies? Your drain may actually be the issue. Source which drain is of particular concern for the fruit flies and place a piece of plastic wrap over it to see if they appear there. If fruit flies still appear, scrub around your drain after pouring boiling water. That will kill off the breeding cycle which was going on.

Don’t move too quickly when dealing with a bedbug problem. You may believe

TIP! Begin your pest control from ground zero. You must get to the root of your pest issues.

they are eradicated, but some may still be lurking. A bedbug can survive for up to a year without nourishment. For this reason, you need to make sure you seal all holes and cracks in your floors and walls. Bedbugs will disappear if they have nowhere to hide.

Do you find that you are battling ants in your home? A simple way to rid yourself of them is to mix up some borax and sugar. The sugar lures the ants in with its sweet smell, while the borax kills them dead. Make the mixture by taking a one-quart jar and adding equal parts sugar and borax. Put holes in your lid, and then sprinkle it along your home’s foundation.

You should now feel confident to tackle any pests that invade your home. Wage war against them today by using what you have learned here. Soon, you will be living pest free and enjoying your home again.

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