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How to Kill Spiders Without Bug Spray | eHow

How to Kill Spiders Without Bug Spray

Because bug spray is ineffective, get rid of household spiders using simple mechanical methods, releasing them outdoors or spraying a homemade pest spray.

Essential Oils That Repel and Kill Fleas, Ticks, Roaches & Bed Bugs | eHow

Essential Oils That Repel and Kill Fleas, Ticks, Roaches & Bed Bugs

Essential Oils That Repel and Kill Fleas, Ticks, Roaches & Bed Bugs | eHow

Got little ants in the kitchen? This mostly natural, non-toxic homemade ant poison is your new best friend. Kill those sugar ants without hurting your family, and it only takes 45 seconds to put together. For real.

How to Make Homemade Non-Toxic Ant Poison

Got little ants in the kitchen? This mostly natural, non-toxic homemade ant poison is your new best friend. Kill those sugar ants without hurting your family, and it only takes 45 seconds to put together.

Keep your home roach-free by eliminating access, identifying infestations and poisoning the nest.

Keep your home roach-free by eliminating access, identifying infestations and poisoning the nest.

4 parts borax, 2 parts all-purpose flour,  1 part cocoa powder Combine all of the ingredients together, place in a jar with sprinkle top, apply liberally to areas where bugs frequent.

Cockroach Control

DIY Cockroach Control Recipe- waterbugs, palmetto bugs, cockroaches- regardless of what you call them, they are disease carrying nasties- here's how to.

Using peppermint essential oil for roaches. This is the aromatic we use in our house to control insects and rodents. There's even some evidence showing that mint oil may be an effective non toxic roach killing solution.

Peppermint Oil For Roaches

Peppermint oil for roaches and how to make your own non-toxic bug spray to use around the house, since these pests hate the smell of mint.

Baking soda and sugar is a tried-and-tested natural way to kill roaches. The pests are attracted to the smell of the sugar, while the baking soda ensures they won't survive.

How to Kill Roaches Naturally With Sugar and Baking Soda

Baking soda and sugar is a tried-and-tested natural way to kill roaches. The pests are attracted to the smell of the sugar, while the baking soda ensures they won& survive.

spider spray: 5-7 drops of peppermint oil (or tea tree, lavender, citrus) in a spray bottle with 16 oz. warm water. Add a squirt of dish soap and shake and spray.

How to Keep Spiders Out of Your House with Essential Oils

You can use baking soda mixed with borax mule team. Dust house, pets and yard! Kills fleas and eggs! Repeat in seven day then seven more! Pinner says this is all I use on my pets and have no problem with fleas! Safe for kids to!

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