Discover more about the measures you can take on how to treat your pest problems safely. The solution to be taken is meant to be practiced promptly to take responsibility for handling an infestation. You will also discover the pests you have and the facts related to them, like the alternative solutions accessible to manage the particular pest problem.

PS: it is advisable to hire the service of a pest control technician to avoid health endangerment


The First Thing Is Prevention.

 This step is also related to IPM; before initiating the IPM protocol, proper observation is the first to be done to be able to tackle and applied preventive measures appropriately.

  • Look out for pests in boxes before carrying them into your home.
  • Eliminate the sources of food, water supply, and their lair.
  • Food should be kept in a sealed container.
  • Garbage containing food scraps and leftovers should be closed tightly, remove garbage regularly from inside the home and keep the trash bin meters away from the house.
  • Fix leaky pipes and don't let water accumulate anywhere within and outside the home. Don't let water stay longer in trays underneath the sink or the house refrigerator. Don't leave food uncovered overnight.
  • Disordered surroundings give pests the chance to breed and hide and make it challenging to get rid of them. Remove things like stacks of magazines, cardboard, and newspapers.
  • Close off holes, cracks, and other places where pests can enter and hide. Use duct tape to fill spaces around pipes. Cover any holes with wire mesh.
  • Discover the pests you have and alternatives to use in treating them.


Carefully use product.

  • Keep children and others away from areas where product have been recently applied; this is often efficient and can be used with low-risk exposure to the pesticide, as long as they are kept out of children's reach (most especially) others.
  • After preventive measures have been taken, you can use baits as a first step to defense against insects or rodents.
  • Other low-risk product are available for some pests. Consult your local pest control technician, the pest control company for recommendations appropriate for your environment.
  • It's mandatory to apply product with baits and traps at targeted locations, not applied over the entire room.
  • The fogging devices should be applied absolutely when necessary; the fogging tool should only be handled by a professional pest control technicians.
  • Always read and follow the product labeled directions and safety warnings.
  • If you hire any pest control technician for the first time, always ensure to ask them to discover the actual source of the problem before applying products.
  • Ask them how to use baits in crack and holes treatments.
  • Apply products approved by your pest control technician for use in homes; the product label usually lists where someone may use the product; the pest control technician should provide information about the product.



Dispose of Product Containers Properly.

  • It is mandatory to read the label to dispose of the container of the product properly.
  • Approximately all the household within the communities have hazardous waste collections that are acceptable to inefficient product. Contact your waste disposal authority for information about your locality.


Do Not Use Outdoor Products Indoors.

  • Many products are intended for outdoor use; they are usually too harsh and dangerous to use indoors because they will remain toxic longer than outdoors.

Ps: in this case, it is mandatory to consult a pest control technician, for the best tips on usage, though the technician knows best to apply IPM protocols 

  • Do not assume that twice as much is better without proper precaution.
  • Always read and follow label directions carefully.
  • Applying too many product can result in further human health complications.


Don't re-use product containers.

  • Reserve product in its original container.
  • Only mix the number of product you intend to use at a time operation.
  • Don't use empty product containers to store anything else, even when it is properly washed, and it usually leads to further health complications.
  • No matter how well you wash the container, it could still contain the product remnants and harm someone.


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