If you are unfortunate enough to find yourself plagued by not just one but several different types of insects, you probably don’t want to deal with the hassle of juggling a bunch of different bug control products. It is much more convenient—not to mention cost effective—to use a single product that can wipe out many different kinds of pests.
If you are waging a war against termites or other destructive (or annoying) pests, you need a strong weapon on your side—and Dominion 2L is a great choice. It contains Imidacloprid, a common pesticide chemical that is frequently used in farming and other plant-related environments, but is also approved for residential purposes.
If you’ve been battling a sudden insect invasion, you may not be particularly interested in getting a good look at the pest that’s bugging you. But sometimes this can be helpful in order to solve the problem effectively.
At this time of year, many people find themselves dealing with some unwanted guests in the form of mice (in addition to various other pests). This is especially problematic in colder areas, where mice seek shelter to hide out from the winter weather and frigid temperatures.
If you have recently been digging out your winter clothes or holiday decorations from the closets or attic, you may have encountered an unwelcome and unsightly pest—the silverfish.
If you have a mold problem or other water-related issues in your home, you know these problems can be costly and time-consuming to resolve. And as if that isn’t already enough of a challenge, there may be an extra concern that you may not have even considered yet. In addition to addressing the water problem and resulting damage, you may likely also have an issue involving insects or other pests.
Insects aren’t just small, they can also be very quick, agile and surprisingly clever. This combination can make it very tough to find them, let alone get rid of them. In addition, they can climb, crawl and jump on virtually all kinds of surfaces. Often, we less nimble humans are astonished at the ways these small pests manage to get around, and the areas they somehow figure out a way to access.
Everyone knows the annoyance of trying to enjoy a nice night on the patio while being bombarded with an onslaught of mosquitoes. This leads many people to search for mosquito killer machines which can make their nights outdoors much more bearable. Unfortunately, people rarely realize that these machines are even an option, and often just buy aerosol repellents. While these work, certain machines can get the job done quicker.
People used to have to simply deal with flies or get a good upper-body workout by swatting them away all day. Fly trap bait, which is used in several varieties of traps and glue strips to handle flies in a room, are a great way to handle these little pests; but many people simply don’t like the look of the traditional fly strips hanging from ceilings. Luckily, these aren’t the only fly traps, or even baits, out there.
They exist pretty much everywhere and it can often be frustrating or terrifying to figure out how to kill spiders. One key thing to keep the creepy crawlers out of your way is to think about what they like and provide as little of it as you can.