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Centipedes, cockroaches, booklice, earwigs, and silverfish can be repelled, by placing several drops of peppermint or eucalyptus essential oil in areas that collect moisture, such as damp basements, garages, and cabinets where there are plumbing fixtures. If you have black widows or other spiders in areas you don’t want them, you can spray the area … Continue reading

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A pest infestation

I told this story before, and it is interesting. Someone asked me if I ever saw a home that was really infested with bugs. Yes, I did. I have seen several that were badly infested, but one in Florida was unforgettable. In 1973 I worked for a pest control company in Hollywood, Florida. We received … Continue reading

Follicle mites

Let’s talk about follicle mites.  What are they?  They are very small mites that live on most humans.  They live in the hair follicles and that includes the hair follicles of your eyelashes.  They are normally found on and around your face but can live in hair follicles on other parts of your body.  In … Continue reading

Safe pest control

There are many products that you may have in your home or easy to buy to control pests.  There is no reason to spend money to have pesticides sprayed in your home or business.  Most pesticides that are used are synthetic pyrethroids and they are not safe and there is no reason to expose yourself, … Continue reading

Are spiders dangerous?

Here is some information on spiders. They can be very dangerous. In one case, a woman jumped out of her car while she was driving because she saw a spider on her shoulder. The car was wrecked. In another case, a woman saw a spider on her rear-view mirror and panicked and ran off the … Continue reading

Pest Consultations

Inflation is a problem with this pandemic and for other reasons.  Food is costing more as is gas and many other essentials we need.  Pesticides can be dangerous and have no use in most homes as most pests can be controlled by you and you don’t need toxic pesticides.  I know prices are going up … Continue reading

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