Bicarbonate of soda, put it in the corners of your house: you won’t be able to do without it

Baking soda, a simple household ingredient, is not just for baking or cleaning; it’s also an effective natural insect repellent. Let’s explore how to harness its power to keep your home insect-free.

Why Baking Soda?
Sodium bicarbonate, or baking soda, is a natural, eco-friendly substance. It’s a white, water-soluble powder that’s widely used for cleaning, personal hygiene, and even insect repellency.

Baking Soda as an Insect Repellent:
Baking soda’s properties make it excellent for repelling insects like ants, mosquitoes, flies, and cockroaches. By placing it in strategic locations around your home, you can create an unwelcoming environment for these pests.

How to Use Baking Soda Against Insects:

Ant Repellent: Mix equal parts baking soda and icing sugar. Place this mixture in small caps and distribute them in corners where ants frequent. The icing sugar attracts ants, while the baking soda eradicates them.

Cockroach Control:
How to Use Baking Soda Against Insects

Ant Repellent: Mix equal parts baking soda and icing sugar. Place this mixture in small caps and distribute them in corners where ants frequent. The icing sugar attracts ants, while the baking soda eradicates them.
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