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4 Proven ways to Control Rats and Mice in Home

4 Proven ways to Control Rats and Mice in Home

Rodents are cute from a distance (at least for some) and notorious if co-dwellers. From nibbling your electric wires to papers to leftover food around, rats and mice can become a serious problem within a matter of few days. To add on, co-dwelling in a home with rats and mice is an unwanted invitation to health hazards sooner than later. There is a big list of health issues and diseases you may have to face just by allowing them inside your home.

It is a sane thought to seek assistance from a professional pest control agency in your area. However, there are 5 organic ways we can suggest you that can help you put the rodents away if they are not too many in numbers :

Number 1 is Ammonia

Ammonia is a strong natural repellant for rats and mice. They find it difficult to stay around the pungent smell of ammonia and are bound to leave the place.

All you got to do is make a mixture of ammonia in water and put one-quarter water in a bowl. Now, Mix two tsp of detergent and 2 cups of regular ammonia in it. Place this bowl in the area infested by rats or sprinkle/spray around the infested area and allow it to start showing results.

Number two, Peppermint Oil

Rats hate the smell of peppermint oil. We may find it refreshing but for them its bitter and an absilute no.
What you got to do is dip some cotton balls in peppermint oil and spread the balls all around your kitchen, cafeteria, attic. Any entrance zone from where you anticipate they commute to and fro is a best place to spread the cotton balls.
You can also grow peppermint plants around in your garden and mostly around your home’s boundaries to keep the rodents away.

Number three would be Feathers of Owl, Fake Snakes & Cat Litter

If you can arrange an owl’s feather you will never have to think about rodents ever.
Where cats are rats won’t stay. If not a cat, you just need to arrange for the litter of the animal and you will never find rodents around, ever again. Alternatively, you can also arrange a plastic/toy snake that you can keep in your kitchen, lawn, garden or any other anticipated outlet or known infested area, you will never see rodents around.
They are simply scared of snakes, owls and cats’ presence around their vicinity. Simply use that to your advantage.

Number four is Pepper Flakes

Like all smell-sensitive pests, even rats avoid any pungent smell and is enough to drive them away. In case of pepper flakes, the spicy smell is unbearable for them and makes it difficult for them to breathe. Sprinkling some pepper along entry points, corners, and anticipated hideouts of rats at regular intervals would eventually allow you to get rid of their presence

While, there are a few more organic and natural ways of taking care of rodent invasion around you, if the presence is good in number and is not manageable by the above remedies, seek assistance from Pest Control Service Agency. Their Pest Treatment methods allow you to stay rodents-free for months if not years.

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Eco-Friendly Professional Ants Treatment Removal in Melbourne

Eco-Friendly Professional Ants Treatment Removal in Melbourne

Ants would have made good army personnel had they been blessed with a full-grown human body. Have you noticed how they march with their troops in a defined line? But, how dare they trespass on your property without your approval! 

On top of this, they bite the people and pets around if ever they tiptoe in their paths by mistake. No, we cannot let it happen. This audacity is something beyond the tolerance level. They dare to intrude and then they keep the nerves to bite. Enough, isn’t it? 

Furthermore, ants like other pests do carry bacteria and can transmit diseases to people and pets. They can also cause infections, especially can trigger respiratory allergies (pharaoh ants need a special mention here). 

Professional pest controllers in Melbourne, like us, are all geared up with the best possible solutions for ants treatment removal in Melbourne. So, if you are anywhere in Melbourne and also at other places in Victoria, you can call the experts for showing these tiny intruders the ‘EXIT’.  

It is very important to opt for a pest control agency that has worked on several ants treatment pest control projects at various locations in your city/town. This experience helps them sharpen their skills in dealing with these proud marchers more tactfully, expelling them from properties completely. 

We, at Al-Maani Pest Control Services, also offer services to repel ants from properties. One thing that almost always has topped our priority list is ensuring no harmful toxins are ever released and affect the environment when we deal with pests. Our pest treatment arsenal includes eco-friendly tools, products, and solutions. Our strategy to ensure ants treatment removal in Melbourne is no exception. 

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The treatment options should be environment-sensitive. Do you know that most environmentally conscious pest control solutions include using diatomaceous earth? Confused? Diatomaceous earth consists of silicon dioxide. The material is made using a kind of silicon, which in turn is made from the fossils of aquatic organisms. It is not a poison and releases no toxin into the atmosphere. But, it is highly effective in eradicating your ant and bug pest issues by absorbing the oils from their skeletons. In brief, it dries them up completely. Using food-grade diatomaceous can help your space stay ant and bug-free without polluting your indoor atmosphere. 

Many of our solutions contain black pepper or cayenne pepper extracts which the ants find unbearable. It repels them naturally and makes them grow a distaste towards that space. So, revisiting your address will be something that they won’t consider much. 

Yet another favourite ingredient of our ant treatment solution is peppermint (we didn’t mean it is the favourite of ants). Peppermint oil and extracts are popular ant deterrents. 

The professional pest controlling team also works on eliminating and sealing the ant entrants. It is not about eradicating the current pest situations but also ensuring that the future prospects of their visits are totally bulldozed. 

It is necessary that you hire an agency that can offer organic ant treatments services. Chemicals can trigger several health concerns, some of which might need medical attention. 

 

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Home Pest Control Possible with Home-based Remedies?

Home Pest Control Possible with Home-based Remedies? 

Yes, to some extent it is. The efficacy of the home treatment depends on the severity of the infestation. One can apply it at the onset of the infestation concern when it still is within a manageable margin. 

 

Without beating around the bush let us mention all the possible and practicable home remedies for home pest control

 

RATS & MICE


1) Mix a quarter of the water with 1 teaspoon of regular detergent powder and 2 cups of ammonia together. Pour the mixture into a bowl and keep it in areas these rodents frequent mostly. 

 

2) Dip cotton balls in peppermint oil and castor oil mixed together (forget about the ratio, not important) and keep them in infested areas. 

 

3) Sprinkle pepper flakes in infested regions across your property. 

 

4) Keep onion slices and crushed garlic cloves at their entry points (identify them). Rats and mice won’t enter your property.

 

5) Sprinkle instant potato powder in infested spaces. 

 

COCKROACHES



1) Sprinkle boric acid powder at spaces cockroaches frequent commonly on your property

 

2) Mix sugar powder with baking soda. Sprinkle the mixture all over their hideouts. Leave it overnight.

 

3) Mix a tablespoon of Neem (Azadirachta indica) oil with 2 cups of water and pour the solution into a bottle. Spray it at infested areas. 

 

4) You can also sprinkle neem powder over infested areas.

 

5) Mix corn starch with Plaster of Paris in equal quantities. Place it at places you suspect to be infested. 

 

FLIES

 

  1. Do you love adding some exotic houseplant at home? Venus Flytrap is a carnivorous plant that feeds on house flies and insects.
  2. Mix cayenne pepper with water and spray the solution at roach-infested areas.
  3. Houseflies cannot tolerate basil. Crush a few basil leaves, boil them in water, and strain the liquid after it cools down into a spray bottle. Spray as necessary. 
  4. Boil finely chopped ginger in water and pour the concoction inside a spray bottle. Spray it at spaces you notice their gatherings.
  5. Hang orange peels at areas the ants, flies and even mosquitoes frequent the most. It helps deter them.

SPIDERS

 

  1. Spray eucalyptus oil mixed with water at spider-infested spaces
  2. Mix equal parts of water and white vinegar to use the solution as a spider deterrent.
  3. Spiders hate mint. Use peppermint oil or crushed mint leaves or even mint tea bags to repel them. Planting mint trees at home also helps. 
  4. Place some cedar chips in areas you suspect spider infestation.
  5. Get a cat! No funny, a serious help to chase off spiders.

BED BUGS



1) Clean your mattresses and all possible bedding items using hot water and dry on a very hot cycle. It kills beg bugs. 

2) Bed bugs don’t like Citrus oil, Tea Tree oil, and Cedar oil. Mix any of these with water. Spray the solution at susceptible areas.

3) Diatomaceous earth can dehydrate bed bugs to death. Spray diatomaceous powder and water solution at infested spaces and let it rest for a week. Don’t sprinkle the powder as it is bad to inhale the powder. 

4) You can use bed bug traps

5) Bed bug-proof encasement might be of help.

 

BEES & WASPS

 

  1. Fill a spray bottle with water mixed with 2 tablespoons of dish soap. Spray at spaces you suspect them the most.
  2. Spray peppermint oil and clove oil mixed with water to repel bees and wasps.
  3. Plant Spearmint, Thyme, and Marigolds inside your property. It can stop the buzzing! 
  4. Planting eucalyptus in your garden can also help
  5. Wasp traps might come in handy

 

Remember

If the infestation is severe and you find these solutions are not helping your situation, seek home pest control expert services. 

 

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