Everyone wants to get rid of pests. Be it bugs, rodents or something larger, they need to be gone today! This article is filled with useful methods that have worked for many homeowners.
Vacuum every rug you own to remove pests. This will help get rid of the pests in your home. Make sure to throw the bag away when complete.
If you have had a bedbug infestation and you think they are all gone, be careful. Bedbugs can hibernate an entire year. You need to plug all holes in the home. They cannot hide there then.
Because bedbugs hide in secluded areas, they are tough to eradicate. Always seal holes if you are going to be ‘bug bombing’. By doing so, you can stop bedbugs from emerging from such places after the exterminator has left.
Do you have a pest problem? A mixture of borax and sugar can help you eliminate ants from your home. The sugar lures the ants in with its sweet smell, while the borax kills them dead. To make the mix, use a cup of each ingredient in a quart jar. Put holes in your lid, and then sprinkle it along your home’s foundation.
Mint helps keep mice away. Go around the whole foundation of your house and plant mint. This will cause mice to move elsewhere. Try sprinkling some leaves where the mice live. Mice usually don’t like mint leaves, but you have to remember to keep fresh ones out.
In order to help you keep the pests out, you need to take a look at your plumbing. Never leave a sink, bathtub or toilet clogged for any longer than you have to. Cockroaches and flies love the stuff that builds up in the sinks and drains. After you have cleared the drains, check them every month.
Eliminate fallen trees from your yard. Hack up the trunk and limbs for use as firewood. If you do not have a need for this, sell it or give it to neighbors and friends. But, do not forget to get rid of the stump as well. Termites will make a beeline for the stump if it just left outside.
Mice and other rodents love to sleep in campers stored outside throughout the winter months. There are natural repellents which are very effective at discouraging the unwanted guests. These repellents smell fine and don’t cause any harm, but will stop mice from venturing into your camper or RV.
Use hairspray to kill flying insects. This is entirely safe for you as well as any pets, but works to eliminate the insects. A coating of hairspray leaves them unable to fly. This is a great option if you happen to have a bee fly in your home and do not want to get too close.
All you have to do is follow what you read to get rid of pests for good. Try them all, and determine which methods are best suited for your situation. You’ll love putting in the effort and getting rid of them.…