Using Diatomaeous Earth To Get Rid Of Bed Bugs

Posted on: 21 January 2016

If you are looking for a way to get rid of bed bugs without relying on chemical pesticides, diatomaceous earth (DE) is a great solution. Composed of the tiny skeletons of diatoms, which are little sea-dwelling creatures, DE feels soft to you, but at a microscopic level, it has sharp points that poke into the exoskeletons of insects like bed bugs and cause them to die. Here's what you need to know about using DE to kill bed bugs:
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Dealing With Cockroaches

Posted on: 20 January 2016

Cockroaches are not harmless. Like most insects and rodents, they have some really disgusting habits that can undermine the health of your home. For example, cockroaches may feed on rotting food, feces, and other unsanitary items. They walk on what they eat and as they do so, germs can stick to their legs, which are then transferred to new locations. In order to keep your home clean and your food and water supplies safe, you need to deal with any cockroach infestations you discover.
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How To Get Rid Of Fruit Flies In Your Home

Posted on: 20 January 2016

Those pesky little flies you see in your home may seem harmless enough, but if left alone, they can get out of control. Soon enough they'll be everywhere, including floating around in your cup of coffee. This is definitely not something you want to happen. You can get rid of those fruit flies yourself with just a few household items. See below for helpful tips on how to banish fruit flies from your home.
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4 Ways To Control A German Cockroach Infestation

Posted on: 18 January 2016

One of the most unwanted pests to invade your living space is the German cockroach. These bugs can multiply quickly to produced a full-blown infestation in a short period. Still, if you have German cockroaches in your home, there are pest control applications available to help you get rid of them. Here are a few: Insect Growth Regulators (IGRs) Insect growth regulators don't kill the German Cockroaches. Instead, they prevent the bugs from maturing properly so that they are unable to reproduce.
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