No one likes bedbugs, but few people like coating their homes in all manner of poisonous chemicals just to get rid of them. Not only that, but bedbugs have also proven increasingly resistant to a number of chemical treatments. If you want to deal with bedbugs naturally, here are a few non-toxic remedies to consider. Diatomaceous Earth Diatomaceous earth is a popular go-to when it comes to bedbug treatments. Although it looks like ordinary powder, diatomaceous earth actually consists of the fossilized remains of diatoms -- small aquatic organisms whose skeletons are made out of silica and other minerals.
3 August 2016
Keeping roaches and other pests out of your home tends to be a continuous task, even when a pest control company treats the place on a regular basis. You'll likely find that it's essential to personally do a little leg work throughout the year if you want to keep bugs out of sight between those professional visits – here are a few awesome natural pest control options to consider for three common house bugs that are sure to provide results without any harmful side effects:
24 February 2016