To kill boxelder bugs in the home, spray them with soap and water, and vacuum them with a hose attachment. To prevent the bugs from returning, fill in any structural flaws in your home. Then, spray soap and water around ... More »

Although they don't cause damage to humans, animals or plants, most homeowners prefer not to have a boxelder bug problem. Once these bugs inhabit an indoor area, it can be difficult to get rid of them without removing th... More »

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Some ways to eliminate boxelder bugs include bug-proofing the house, getting rid of trees and shrubs near the house and vacuuming the bugs if they have infested the house. Chemical insecticides are also used to eliminate... More »

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Some ways to eliminate boxelder bugs include bug-proofing the house, getting rid of trees and shrubs near the house and vacuuming the bugs if they have infested the house. Chemical insecticides are also used to eliminate... More »

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Ways of getting rid of ladybugs include lining the boundaries of your property with food-grade diatomaceous earth, application of long-lasting pesticides to exterior walls and siding, and vacuuming the bugs with a hose a... More »

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Organic methods for eliminating stink bugs include kaolin soap and organic insecticide soap sprays, according to the University of California's Integrated Pest Management Program. To prevent damage to gardens or crops, t... More »

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To control chinch bugs, identify where the problem is, keep the infested area moist, douse the area with a soap and water solution, and use a flannel sheet and soapy water to kill the remaining bugs. The time it takes to... More »

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