A solution of dish soap and water makes an excellent moss killer. Just take 4 ounces of organic dish soap, add it to a gallon of water, mix them up (but not too vigorously, it shouldn't get foamy) and use a sprayer to apply the mixture to the offending moss.
Mix dishwashing detergent with water to make a homemade moss killer. Spray moss with this solution during cool or warm weather to control moss. Reapply the solution at regular intervals to eliminate moss.
Some good moss killers for the roof are Spray & Forget Super Concentrated Roof Cleaner and Wet & Forget Moss, Mold, Mildew & Algae Stain Remover, according to Roofpedia.com. Another good product is Wash Safe Roof Wash.
One effective grass killer is the use of 10 ounces of borax powder with 4 ounces of mildly warm water, SFGate notes, followed by 2.5 gallons of warm water when the powder dissolves properly. This concoction can treat an area of 1,000 square feet. One quart of vinegar, 4 ounces of lemon juice and 20
White distilled vinegar works as a homemade weed killer. Within just a few hours of application, the weed starts to die. The acetic acid in the vinegar burns the weeds foliage and lowers the pH in the soil temporarily.
To kill the weed and its roots, mix a tablespoon of gin, a tablespoon of distilled white vinegar, a teaspoon of dish soap and a quart of water, then apply it to the weeds. To preserve the roots, mix one part distilled white vinegar to four parts concentrated lemon juice.
To make homemade weed killer, mix 1 cup of salt, 1 gallon of white vinegar and 1 dash of dish soap. Add the ingredients to a spray bottle and spray the mixture on weed leaves.
Prepare homemade bug killer for the garden with garlic, onion, ground cayenne pepper and dish soap in a water base. For use on people, a mixture of water and dish soap or mild detergent helps to keep bugs at bay. Use bug killers and repellents regularly to keep the bugs away.
It can be very difficult to get rid of roaches, and chemical treatments can be expensive. Make a homemade roach killer with either boric acid or baking soda as well as sugar and water.
A 50-50 solution of white vinegar and water is an effective natural ant killer. Chalk and talcum powder prevent ants from entering a home. Citrus peels, cucumber peels, spices and coffee grounds are also used to eliminate ant populations.