Best bug repellent
Best bug repellent
Having a cockroach jump out of your kitchen cabinet while your neighbor is right behind you waiting to be given a carton of baking soda can be termed one of the most embarrassing experiences one could ever have right in his own home! Bugs are not only eyesores in the home but are dangerous for the many diseases they are known to transmit. It is therefore important that we do everything possible to make our homes and surroundings unattractive to those pests.
Of course, there exists a good number of ways by which these creatures can be gotten rid of but not all are effective; even the effective ones sometimes pose as problems to the wellbeing of those using them.
The use of insecticides in form of sprays and powder is a good move in repelling those pesky creatures. But come to think of it, even economically useful insects such as butterfly can be chased completely out of your garden in the process and your lovely pets can equally be affected. Don’t forget that almost every commercial insecticide you see out there contains a substantial amount of DEET which is detrimental to both your health and those of your pets. Skeeter MACE in an all-natural Bug repellent effective against all bugs including flea, ticks, spiders, mosquitoes and ants.
What about traps? Traps are also effective but you could get those useful insects trapped as well and don’t forget your little puppy might be affected in the process.
The best way to repel bugs from the home and surrounding is to go natural. This is because for one thing, natural bug repellents do not in any way constitute any form of threat to your health; your pets would be safe and it wouldn’t be brought to the notice of your next door neighbor that you are trying to keep your house bug free.
First and foremost, the best form of repellent ever is not to allow the first entrance. What am I saying? Keep your house and surroundings in order; get rid of standing water bodies; keep the waste bin empty and closed at all time; get rid of food crumbs and spills all the time especially before going to bed; treat your furniture and shelves; get rid of cob webs at least thrice a week; ensure to sweep through hidden corners and underneath installments at least twice every week; keep all food containers especially sugar containers properly closed and ensure to cover holes in walls, windows and doors. By so doing, your home does not become a comfortable place for those annoying bugs to inhabit.
Growing a number of plants such as garlic, cloves, turmeric, peppermint, lemongrass and marigold can help keep bugs out because they give off odor that are not so pleasant to a good number of bugs.
Spraying your house once in a while with a mixture of some essential oils such as peppermint oil and lemongrass oil is another effective way to ensure those bugs do not feel at home in your house and even in your yard.
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