How to swiftly eradicate bed bugs, cockroaches, and other insects in your home

Firstly, MICE: Mice are carriers of bacteria and illnesses and are drawn to food, which is why you might often find them in the kitchen. The remedies: Rather than putting them in conventional traps, which kill them slowly and painfully, you can catch them and release them outside. Stores sell specific cages; all you have to do is cover the cage with newspaper and add dried fruit or a piece of cheese to draw them in.

Mice’s worst foes are peppermint and cloves. Put some essential oil drops on cotton balls or cloves and scatter them throughout your house. This will deter mice.

2. ROACHES

Sugar and baking soda: Combine the equivalent of one glass each of powdered sugar and baking soda in a bowl. Pour the mixture into cups, and store them in the kitchen and other warm, humid areas. Sugar attracts cockroaches, and once consumed, baking soda gets rid of them.

Diatomaceous earth: This substance functions as a natural pesticide. Scatter it over plates and set them in cockroach-prone places. To draw them in, sprinkle some sugar over the top.

Slices of cucumber should be arranged on plates. In fact, this vegetable works incredibly well to keep insects away.

One tablespoon of boric acid and one tablespoon of sweetened condensed milk should be combined. Create a leg shape and divide it into multiple cups to place in the cockroaches’ entry points. To get rid of the second generation of insects, don’t be afraid to repeat the procedure after three weeks, or even sooner if required.

Lemon eucalyptus essential oil: dab a few drops of lemon eucalyptus essential oil over pieces of newspaper to drive out cockroaches if the infestation is just getting started. Put them in areas that cockroaches frequent.

Lavender essential oil: Apply five to ten drops of high-quality lavender essential oil onto little pieces of cotton. Put them all over, particularly in your cabinets, and reapply daily.

White vinegar: spray it under furniture, under the sink, on the bottoms of walls, and anywhere cockroaches congregate. They swiftly leave due to the scent.

3. BEDBUGS

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