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DIY Pest Control Supplier, ePestSolutions, Announces Availability of New Flea & Tick Products

Humble, Texas – DIY pest control supplier, ePestSolutions, is proud to announce the availability of two new products available through online store, epestsolutions.com. Manufacturer MGK has just released Onslaught® FastCap and NyGuard® Plus Flea & Tick Premise Spray.

Don’t Underestimate the Importance of Drain Fly Control

Food debris and other materials that get trapped in sink drains make them a very attractive place for flies, fruit flies and other insects. This can present a challenge for the affected homeowner because it’s hard to battle drain-based infestations—and there are also the considerations of safety for dishes, utensils and other items that might […]

Fly Traps: What’s All the Buzz About?

Flies can be among the most annoying common household pests. Not only is their buzzing very annoying, but they can help spread germs and disease. Trying to defeat a swarm of flies with a flyswatter can be frustrating, ineffective and time-consuming. When it comes to weapons you can use in battling flies, fly traps are […]

How to Become a Professional Fly Killer

We’ve all had the designated fly killer assigned in our homes. They were the ones with the best hand and the fastest speed and they could kill a fly with a newspaper or swatter with their eyes closed. Well, eventually we all grow up and lose that designated fly killer. Luckily, we have a solution […]

Fly Control to Major Tom, Your Flies are Dead, There’s Nothing Wrong

Getting rid of flies can be annoying and sometimes difficult. There are more than 120,000 different species in the world and although most of them live only about 3 weeks, they are consistently reproducing. Each female fly lays about 500 eggs in her lifetime and those eggs become larvae within about a day and then in less than a week they are fully grown and ready to mate. Most of the time flies populate in areas where they can find rotten natural materials or feces. In those areas fly control is especially important.

How to Use Fly Traps

Flies, unfortunately, are a part of everybody’s lives, some more than others. In some parts of the world and in different fields, flies and maggots can be very useful. In Japan, they are used for pollination; they can be helpful in the medical field to clean out wounds; and they are a great source of food for reptiles, birds and other small animals.

Are You Desperate to Learn How to Get Rid of Fruit Flies?

If you have been battling swarms flying black dots, you probably want to know how to get rid of fruit flies. These little annoying flies breed extremely fast and can bother just about everyone. A good first step is to go through your kitchen and put away any fruit or veggies you have lying around, even if they are still fresh. It goes without saying that you should also throw away all rotten produce or freeze those extremely ripe bananas; they will go great in your next smoothie.

Drain Fly Control for the DIY Pest Control Homeowner

Coming home from vacation you may have stepped into your bathroom that’s been unused in a while and seen tiny flies near your drain. If you see a lot of them, you may need drain fly control. They are very small, around a sixth of an inch, and can be a bit fuzzy. These flies are not good at flying and tend to hop around rather than fly. You do not need to worry about getting bit because they do not bite at all. In fact, they do not carry any diseases at all harmful to humans. So as far as flies go, they are pretty harmless.

Fly Traps to Keep Your Home Fly-Free!

Short of getting your children to flick all the flies in your home with rubber bands, flies will get in your home, especially in those lovely summer months when the kids are playing in the pool or lawn sprinkler and the door to your home gets opened and shut frequently.

Bored? Why Not Play Around with Some Fly Bait?

If flies have you and your family going crazy, why not become a DIY pest control operator in your own home and get some fly bait.

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