To eliminate roaches from the home, remove all food and water sources and begin using a bait or spray insecticide immediately. The process of removing roaches may require several weeks or months, depending on the cause a... More »

Home remedies to get rid of cockroaches include spreading baking soda, borax or diatomaceous earth in the affected areas of the home. Experts recommend mixing Borax and baking soda with sugar or other ingredients, such a... More »

Bleach can kill roaches if the cleaner is sprayed directly onto the insect. For example, it is possible to kill roaches inside a drain pipe by pouring the cleaner into the drain. More »

To deter flies outdoors, remove any water or food sources that may attract the pests, and apply an insecticide to the areas where flies are most populous. Some natural products, such as basil and camphor, also repel flie... More »

To get rid of a salamander infestation, reduce exterior food sources, spray insect killer around the interior of the home, apply salamander repellents and spray salamander repellent spray around the exterior of the home.... More »

Exterminate springtails by using a spreader to broadcast a granulated insecticide in damp areas around the outside of the home, such as mulched flower beds, followed by application of a perimeter spray, such as Onslaught... More »

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To get rid of scorpions in the home, remove all clutter from indoor and outdoor spaces, seal any cracks in the home's walls or foundation, eliminate other pests that serve as food sources for scorpions and set commercial... More »