Domestic bugs

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Cockroaches

They're among nature's most vile, disgusting critters, and they can be nearly impossible to kick out of your house. The best way to get rid of them is to move into a house which is cockroach free. If you are living in an already cockroach-infested house then the best way to tackle them is to: use roach baits near hiding places like behind pictures and wall hangings, under sinks and undersides of furniture. Check for roaches that may still be there with (sticky) glue traps.

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Bed bugs

Bed bugs are very hard to get rid of once they infest a home or business and they are quite emotionally disturbing to people since they drink blood when people are asleep. Use canola oil or rapeseed oil and pyrethrins. These herbs attach to the bug’s nervous system. They are also effective in killing the eggs.

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Dust Mite

The house dust mite is a guest in human habitation. Dust mites feed on organic detritus such as flakes of shed human skin and flourish in the stable environment of dwellings. House dust mites are a common cause of asthma and allergic symptoms worldwide. The Eucalyptus plant can be used in several ways to control dust mites. In addition to your cleaning regimen, scatter eucalyptus branches around your home. You can also add about two dozen drops of eucalyptus oil to your wash to kill dust mites in the laundry.

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Head Louse

The head louse are wingless insects spending their entire life on human scalp and feeding exclusively on human blood. Humans and chimpanzees are the only known hosts of this specific parasite, but many other species of lice, which infest most orders of mammals and also birds, are known. Maintain general hygiene at home. Also after shampooing your hair everyday comb it using a nit comb.

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Fruit Flies

Once they settle in, these uninvited guests know how to overstay their welcome. Here are a few quick, easy and environmentally friendly ways to rid your home of those pesky fruit flies.Remove the food sources attracting the flies. Fruit flies have a life-cycle of 10 days giving them plenty of time to punish you for leaving moist, fermenting, organic material in which they may lay eggs. Most fly trap ideas only serve to illustrate the flies' progress in taking over your home, and some will themselves provide a breeding ground. Sanitation is the only effective resolution!

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Mosquitoes

In particular, many species of female mosquitoes are blood-sucking pests and dangerous as they carry diseases. The most effective natural mosquito repellent Lemon Eucalyptus.

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Termites

Termites can cause huge problems if they go undetected or are left untreated. Even if your home has previously been treated for termites, the chance remains that termites will reinfest it if given the opportunity. When it comes to termites, prevention is the most cost effective means of control. Keep stacks of firewood off the ground and away from your home. Seal any possible entry points, repairing any cracks in the home's foundation or splits in wood porches or decks. Routinely check the foundation around your home.

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Spiders

Spiders can have household benefits. Even the Violin Spider will eat cockroaches, silverfish and soft bodied insects. Cobweb spinning Cellar Spiders will eat Black Widow Spiders. Yet they are creatures that you wouldn't want to keep in Keep in your house. Don't let leaves or wood accumulate near your house as they are favorite hiding places. Clean corners and dark areas of the house as well, as spiders will build webs in corners and dark areas of the house. Clean up trash, less trash inside or outside the house will mean less spiders. Look for the entrance areas, are they coming in through cracks, crevices or open areas to the outside, if so seal them tightly. Eliminate food sources; spiders need other insects to survive so eliminate any other insects from the house.

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Domestic Bugs

These bugs that infest your house can be actually taken care of...here are some easy steps to do so...

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Domestic Bugs
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