The next time you sit down to draw up a list of people you want to invite to your outdoor or indoor party, I’m guessing that you will not include ants, mosquitoes, flies, wasps, dust mites, fleas, moths or cockroaches. But let me assure you, if any of them hear about your bash, they will cancel all of their other plans to be there. And they’ll probably try to stick around long after the shindig is over.
Yes, you could spray pesticides outdoors and use other chemical products indoors to try to rid your home of these varmints, but it’s very possible that those agents will do more harm to you, your family and the environment than they will to the bugs. You can’t hire a bug bouncer to keep these party-crashers out, but you can use some natural products to let these critters know that they are not wanted.
Here are the same recipes from the video if you need it shorthand:
Below I’ve included a link for a short video that explains how to use natural, easy-to-find products to kill the pests that make life miserable for you and your garden without emptying your wallet. Author of Natural Pest Control: Alternatives to Chemicals for the Home and Garden, Andy Lopez, a.k.a. the “Invisible Gardener,” talks about the various products he uses to fight against his uninvited guests, including sesame oil, soap, garlic oil, citrus oil and more.
Hope you like the video. Meet you on the other side.
One last thing before you go off and make your bug killer… One great use of your new homemade, all natural, non-poisonous bug killer is in the garden. Wait… you don’t have a garden yet?
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I would love to hear about any natural pest-removing remedies that you have discovered. What’s been working for you?
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