Fruit flies can become a real menace, once they settle in your home. One day, you may spot a couple, hovering over the fruit bowl on your kitchen counter and next, you see them buzzing everywhere in their hundreds. Even in your bathroom.
Taking care of a cockroach infestation is no one’s dream weekend plan. But sometimes the Universe decides to punish us for some past life mistakes and put a cockroach or two in our homes. It’s not an easy task at all and often we are wondering if there is any way to get rid of the pests without the very toxic chemicals, advertised to be most effective. Luckily there are many effective homemade cockroaches repellents that you can try and we have gathered information on the best ones just for you.
Spider mites can be a menace to both outdoor and indoor plants. They are so minute and practically invisible to the naked eye that you need a magnifying glass to spot them. This, of course, makes it difficult, even for the experienced gardener, to detect a spider mite problem early on. And unfortunately, one often notices their wilting and struggling plants far too late when the damage has been already done. So, if you suspect that your houseplants or greenhouse crops have been attacked by the little critters, read on! (more…)
Dealing with a flea infestation on your own is a hard task. Your pet may be the one that bought them inside your home, but you’re going to be the one that has to deal with the flea infestation before the problem is too big to deal with. Often fleas would love to make your carpet their home, so it’s always best to act fast, rather than throw away a perfectly good carpet.
Sadly, you can still get a pest infestation in your fridge and that’s bad. Those bugs carry diseases that end up crawling and eating your food, and potentially you and your family consuming contaminated food.