May 292018
 

Pests are always unwanted guests in homes. No matter what sort of pest plagues you, you are sure to want it gone yesterday! This article is filled with useful methods that have worked for many homeowners.

Fruit Flies

TIP! Do fruit flies continue to invade your space after you thought you had taken care of the situation? Your drain may actually be the issue. Seal your drain with a sheet of plastic wrap and monitor the fruit fly situation.

Do fruit flies continue to invade your space after you thought you had taken care of the situation? The issue may be your drain. To see if your drains are breeding grounds for fruit flies simply place plastic wrap over your drain. After a few days, check to see if your drains have fruit flies. If you end up seeing them you should clean your drain as well as you possibly can. That will kill off the breeding cycle which was going on.

If you have food out it should always be sealed. Many pests love the smell of food, so keep it contained to keep them away. Don’t let trash sit for long periods in the kitchen. Take it outside promptly. Trash is yet another source of alluring smells for the pests and should be avoided at all costs.

Do you have a lot of ants around? A simple combination of borax and sugar will eradicate them. Sugar attracts them while the borax kills them. To make it, simply get a quart jar and put in one cup of borax with a cup of sugar. Put some holes in the top of the lid to make it easy to sprinkle.

TIP! Bedbugs can be very difficult to get rid of because they have a tendency to hide. All holes should be sealed before beginning any type of extermination.

Clear away brush from the perimeter of your home. Insects like to live in bushes. Placing them too close to your entry points or windows can risk having them go inside your home.

It’s as easy as utilizing the information you’ve read to kiss those pests goodbye. Try them all, and determine which methods are best suited for your situation. The effort on your part will be rewarded.

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