All Creatures Great and Small

Join the Bug Club. Offer open to anyone in the world.

I am offering my Bug Club membership and services to anyone in the world

I have had people ask me how to control most pests without using pesticides. There are lots of options. Below is a short list of how some pests can be controlled without a can of Raid or an exterminator.

Cockroaches (beer and duct tape)
Ants (peanut butter and jelly, grits, Coca Cola)
Earwigs (newspaper)
Silverfish (baby food jars and flour)
Paper wasps (brown paper bags, Avon Skin so Soft)
Bed bugs (alcohol, water & dish soap, hair dryer)
Head lice (salt water, hair dryer)
Fungus gnats (aquarium gravel)
Fruit flies (vinegar)
Carpet beetles (dirty socks and cheese)
Subterranean termites (Tetracycline)
Spiders (peppermint essential oil)
Almost all pests (alcohol, water and dish soap).

There are a lot of other non-toxic products you can use on almost all pests. Feel free to join my Bug Club and you will get all this information.  If you want to join my Bug Club, I will help you with any pest problems you have forever. I will send you a copy, via email, of my handbook on non-toxic pest control in your home and garden. If you have any pests you need to get identified, I will identify them for you and then recommend control methods. If you are a member, your family members who may live someplace else are also covered and I will help them. Just give them my contact info. If you want to join, the cost is $25 for a lifetime membership. You can pay through my PayPal account on this website or you can send a check to me at 7595 Faith Rd. Las Cruces, NM 88012. Be sure to include your email address so I can send you the handbook.

This offer is open to anyone in the world.  Many pests are worldwide in occurrence although some countries have their own pests.  Most of the methods I mention for ants, for instance, will work on ants anywhere.  The same for most other pests. You can use PayPal and they will transform currency into US dollars.








About askthebugman

I have been in the pest management industry for over 40 years. In that time I have used almost every pesticide available to control so-called “pests”. With this experience, I have learned over the years that the pesticides we use are far more dangerous than the pests we are trying to control. As a result, it has become a passion for me to improve the quality of life for humans and the planet, by assisting people to not only become more educated and aware of their environment – but also by learning to manage their home and business with a sustainable and healthier approach to tending to unwanted infestations of bugs. Please enjoy my blog posts, check out my publications, utilize my services, or simply stay in touch if you have a bug question…


One thought on “Join the Bug Club. Offer open to anyone in the world.

  1. Sounds like a wonderful offer that I will support when I can. I’m a disabled retiree so $ are tight. Recently found bed bugs after being cleared by inspection. However, the apt above me, the one next to me and the one above were heat treated. I live in an end unit and since that treatment about 6 weeks ago, I have found bed bugs that I’m sure were escaping the heat. If they are biting me, I see no bumps and have no itching. I have 2 long hair cats. I “seek out” the BBs with a safe spray in hand that kills them on contact. I’ve ID’d hatchlings, nymphs, and adults. I have my “kill list” of the ones I have terminated. I know where they live. DE has been put down and eventually will kill them. My BBs must be hungry since I can find them during the day. I was a biology major and have a fondness for insects but don’t like them sharing my bed. I also have carpet beetles that are diminishing and clothes moths that are losing the war. All without chemicals. Thanks for all your support and advice!

    Posted by paizleysun | August 21, 2019, 9:27 pm

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