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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To control a ladybug infestation, collect the bugs regularly using a vacuum cleaner, and either throw them out or take them outside and set them free. To more easily get rid of ladybugs after vacuuming, secure a stocking... More »

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Homemade remedies for getting rid of ladybugs include making a camphor and menthol spray, filling a bowl with soapy water and sprinkling clove oil over infested areas. Fill a spray bottle with a mixture of menthol and ca... More »

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 »

To get rid of Japanese beetles in the home, seal entryways, prepare your vacuum with a nylon stocking, vacuum up the beetles, and dispose of them. Catch any lingering Japanese beetles in traps, and spray against future i... More »

Ants can be eliminated using boric acid, chalk, commercial pesticides or by sprinkling plain flour around the area where ants are observed. Removing items that attract ants, such as food and water, encourages the ants to... More »

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To eliminate house centipedes, reduce the available moisture and food sources inside the home, and apply pesticides if the infestation is serious. Eliminating centipedes requires consistent management of the environment. More »

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