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Borax does work for pest control; its primary ingredient is boric acid, which is an effective insecticide, particularly against cockroaches, and poses few health risks to humans and pets. To control insect infestations, ... More »

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Budget pest control typically includes the basic services needed to reduce or eliminate pest populations in the home. In some cases, homeowners may choose to complete the pest removal after an initial treatment by a prof... More »

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Earning a pest control certification involves completing a high school diploma program or other program with a value that is equal to a high school diploma, completing courses in pest control and passing the Environmenta... More »

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20 Mule Team Borax can be used to repel a variety of household pests. Users report that small bugs such as ants are not as likely to enter a home where borax has been sprinkled at points of entry. Areas that have roaches... More »

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Riddex Sonic Plus pest repellers are supposed to work by plugging a device into an electric wall socket and then sending a frequency throughout the walls of a home. The frequency purportedly keeps pests away, including m... More »

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Ultrasonic devices do nothing to repel or kill pests such as mosquitoes, according to the University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. The devices do not help to protect humans or animals from dis... More »

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The main active ingredient in Fresh Cab rodent repellent is balsam fir needle oil, a natural insecticide and pest repellent. Fresh cab also includes a large number of inactive ingredients, including corn husks, lavender,... More »

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