Beneficial nematodes, boric acid and citrus oil that contains d-limonene can be used to get rid of termites. Removing food and water sources, such as damp mulch, around the home is recommended. Treatment may be continued... More »

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There are several home remedies that are effective in eliminating termites from the home. These methods include the use of aloe vera spray, the application of boric acid powder, exposure to temperature extremes, sodium c... More »

To choose the best termite treatment, consider the extent of termite infestation. Possible treatments for isolated infestations include the Electro-Gun, which uses electric current to eliminate termites, and chemical pes... More »

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To get rid of roaches, apply sticky traps, clean the entire house, dry wet areas, and use boric acid to kill the remaining roaches. Roach bait can be used instead of boric acid, if desired. More »

The best way to get rid of flying ants, or carpenter ants, in a home is to locate the nest, drill 1/8-inch holes into the wall and inject desiccant dusts such as silica gel, diatomaceous earth or boric acid directly into... More »

Eliminate sugar ants from the home using bait made of mint jelly and boric acid. Mixing and applying the bait takes requires a few minutes. Within days, you can eliminate the ant problem. More »

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To get rid of silverfish using borax, make a paste out of boric acid, apply it to pieces of card stock or sprinkle the boric acid on crackers, and set the pieces out as bait. Borax packaged for sale does not eliminate pe... More »