How To Get Rid Of Earwigs Without Resorting To Insecticide!

As I said in an older material, tea makes wonders not only at our body level but also in homes as a cleaning solution. If the problem you are facing is called earwigs, the answer is very simple. Read this article to learn how to get rid of earwigs. Learn how to turn a few handy weapons into effective weapons against earwigs.

On a floppy disk or a cotton swab pour a solution made from sugar!

Earwigs like sugar, borax, and water. Once they arrive at the cocoon, they will not die, but they will take the antidote to the place where they hide and all will die.

Other methods used to get rid of earwigs are sodium bicarbonate, cucumber slices, lemon juice or coffee beans in the area frequented most often by small insects.

If your pet has earwigs, instead of using powders or other solutions that could affect it, add some vinegar or garlic to his food. This remedy is designed to prevent invasion and bites. If parasites have already mastered the animal, wash it with a solution made of two sliced lemon and a few centimeters of water. Leave it to soak for 1-2 days.

Earwigs can perish with both commercially available solutions and a mixture of water, garlic and bay leaves. All you have to do is boil a little water, let the garlic and bay leaves soak for 12 hours, then pour the solution into a spray bottle.

Spread this solution behind the refrigerator and cabinets, near the cooker and the walls.

Lemon and garlic expel earwigs

Earwigs hate the smell of lemon. So you can use either a lemon juice or a few drops of essential oil with this flavor. Embroider pieces of cotton or cloth with that solution and leave them in each room, on the mobile or near the windows.

Cedar, good for earwigs

Cedar wood is very effective against earwigs. Put some cedar shells in the closet or lubricate the doors a few days with essential cedar oil.

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