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12 Tricks That Keep Bugs Away

12 Tricks That Keep Bugs Away

A clean home doesn’t only mean dirt-free rooms or neatly organized shelves, desks or drawers; it also involve keeping bugs at bay. Your food supply must be kept intact by preventing bugs to ever reaching them. During summer you also have other types of annoying bugs that won’t let you read, work or sleep. The following list of tricks will offer you the freedom to choose what solution to apply against the particular type of bugs that have invaded your home, or at least they have tried.

1. Cinnamon Is Useful Against Ants

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2. DIY Scented Orange Candle

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3. Lemon And Cloves Wasp Repellent

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4. A Dish Of Soapy Water Keeps Mosquitoes Away

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5. Garlic In The Yard Repelles Mosquitoes

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6. Bonfire With A Touch Of Sage

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7. PET Bottle Turned Into Cockroach Trap

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8. Rosemary On The Barbeque Will Keep Bugs Away

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9. Baby Oil Will Do Only Good

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10. Lavender, Chedar Chips Or Mint Are Natural Moth Repellent

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5 Responses to "12 Tricks That Keep Bugs Away"

  1. David Webb says:

    Hey, thanks for the tips man… The ant and detergent I’m going to try… I was looking this tips big time

  2. Peter says:

    I used Lemon And Cloves Wasp Repellent. It’s works but not for all types of mosquitos, and not for a long time. As for me, it’s much better to use Mosquito Zappers

  3. Marcia says:

    My husband is a West Nile virus survivor. This disease has changed our lives forever and not for the better. Please,please,please do not depend wholly on these solutions to repel mosquitos. The only thing proven to work is a repellent with DEET.

  4. Dave says:

    Love the idea of using flea collars as stand along repellents… a simple but clever idea. Reminds me of something my grandfather would have done.

    Thanks for sharing.

  5. acgogo says:

    Tried the flea collar thing. Didn’t work. They don’t even work on cats and dogs. You should be using a serious flea/tick product that goes on their skin.

    Also, nothing works as well or as completely against mosquitoes and all flying insects as DEET.

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