The common indoor bugs we see are flies, spiders, fleas and beetles. No-one likes to have insects indoors, so most people go to almost any extremes to eradicate these common indoor bugs. Less common indoor bugs may be woodlice, earwigs, scorpions and millipedes or centipedes, although they are no less unwelcome. It does not matter where you live in the world, it is very hard to keep these common indoor bugs outside, unless you go to the extremes of keeping all your windows and doors closed at all times, which is quite impossible.
Flies taste with tiny receptors mounted on bristles that are found scattered all over their body. As they land on your sandwich, the flies receptors are immediately sending information to the fly's brain. The fly may choose to share some of you sandwich, or move on to other tastier treats. As the fly travels around, it is picking up and leaving bacteria everywhere it goes. There can be over 6 million different bacteria on the bottom of a fly's foot, and after the fly samples your sandwich and flies away it leaves behind all sorts of things you don't want on your food or in your body.
For years people have sprayed flies with insecticides in an attempt to control their numbers, and as a result flies have built up a resistance to many sprays. There is also concern regarding the use of chemical fly controls on cattle and other animals that will be used as food. Sprays also kill the good bugs that Mother Nature has used to control flies naturally for thousands of years. So have we resigned ourselves to live with the fly and put up with their despicable table manners and irritating fly-by's? No way! We just have to take a different approach.
There are commercial electric fly killers and traps are available that usually use an attractant or lure to draw flies in and catch them, and these can help when they are not competing with manure piles and garbage cans which are much more attractive to the flies. Be sure to keep screens on windows and doors in good working order. Yellow sticky traps can also be used in houses and greenhouses to catch flies that make it inside, but often a good old fashioned fly swatter is the best control indoors. Flies do help clean up waste and garbage that would otherwise pile up, and we will never completely get rid of them, but with a little effort and some help from Mother Nature's own fly controls we don't have to let them become overwhelming.
An indoor bug zapper.You know, the electric, handheld bug zapper that looks like a toy tennis racquet. They are fantastic at catching and annihilating any flying indoor bug. The bug literally explodes and vaporizes on contact with the fully-charged wires of the indoor bug zapper. If you haven't tried using one, you really should. They are most satisfying. These three defenses keep our house pretty much free of flying insects.
Fleas can sometimes be a problem, if you keep cats or dogs, but then if you wash or dust the animal once a month, you should be able to keep these common indoor bugs under control fairly easily. However, there are two final measures that we employ. Once a week, before we go out for the day, we spray every room with fly killer and every six-months we spray any rugs or carpets with a bug killer containing permethrin, which will survive washing and vacuuming for that long without losing its ability to kill common indoor bugs on contact. If you follow these measures, you should be able to keep your home or office quite free of the most common indoor bugs and any less common indoor bug as well.
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