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Hartselle Enquirer

Get rid of what's bugging you

By Staff
Household items can zap your pest problems
It's been one of the wetter summers on record and that, coupled with slightly cooler-than-normal temperatures, means a booming season for bugs.
From bees and ants to cockroaches and spiders, this is bug season. But there are things you can do to cut down on the creatures in and around your home with some simple remedies. Best of all, many of these tricks involve common household items and not strong chemicals.
Here are some ideas for getting rid of creepy crawly things…
Flying bugs
Meal worms
Cockroaches
Crawling bugs
Hornets and bees
Flies
Mosquitoes
Moths
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Slugs and snails

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