Pest control and management for cockroaches should not always involve insecticides that have harmful toxins and chemicals. Many homeowners stay away from using these insecticides because of its harmful effects to small children and pets. This is why homeowners are continuously looking for natural methods to control and manage cockroach infestation. If you are among these homeowners, here are some of the natural ways on how you can control and eliminate cockroaches inside your home. Baking soda and sugar – Sugar is like poison to cockroaches. Add baking soda to it and the mixture becomes extremely lethal to them. You should know that cockroaches have very high acid content in their stomachs. This is why when they ingest the sugar and baking soda mixture, it often results to death. After mixing baking soda and sugar, be sure you place them in areas where you often see cockroaches lurking such as in your pantry and kitchen cabinets. Make your own non-toxic bait – If you want a cleaner bait for the cockroaches in your home, consider mixing baking soda with bacon grease, minced onions, sugar and flour. What you will end up is a dough-like mixture which will be easier to distribute and less messy. And because of its structure, it will not get easily swept or vacuumed. Boric acid – Many control experts recommend the use of boric acid as it has been proven effective to kill most insects and is not toxic. It is usually available in powder form that you can easily sprinkle in areas where you often see cockroaches. Boric acid kills cockroaches by killing them...
Everybody loves to prepare for a holiday feast. However, with all the baking and cooking that is happening, there will always be spills, messes, and crumbs that fall on the floor that will attract pests like cockroaches to the kitchen. It is as easy as getting the attention of couch potatoes with the delectable scent of roasting turkey. When it comes to pest control and prevention, there are several ways to help keep pests away from your kitchen not only during the holidays but all year long. Prepare Your Kitchen You will have more space for your goodies by clearing out your pantry and your refrigerator. Apart from that, you will also get to remove any old supplies that could attract pests. Inspect Baking Supplies Before you begin baking, give your baking supplies like your flour a quick look. Check for bugs before you bring them into your kitchen. Clean As You Go Leaving utensils, plates, pans, and pots that are covered with food out in the open is the type of opportunity that pests are looking for. Take Out Your Garbage Never leave your trash bins in the kitchen to overflow. Double or even triple line your garbage cans so you already have a bag already in place whenever the current bag is full. This will also make your disposal routine a lot easier. Clean Everything When Your Day Ends It is always recommended for you to end your day with an empty and clean kitchen countertop and sink. Make Cleaning Easier Lay wax paper or newspaper under food preparations before you begin. Spills and crumbs clean up...
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