To get rid of gnats inside the home, remove any potential food and water sources. If gnats are living in damp areas, such as under sinks, repairs may be required to stop leaks. Eliminating gnats can take several days if ... More »

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To get rid of gnats in the kitchen, get rid of rotten food, store food items in a secure location, clean the kitchen, remove moisture, put your compost outside, and kill them with a flyswatter or bug spray. Getting rid o... More »

Gnats are attracted to wet and decomposing organic matter, so removing any from the yard will reduce the likelihood of their congregating there. Some gnat repellents include DEET and vanilla. More »

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The most common gnats within a home are fungus gnats, which claim soil from plants as their habitat. Gnats inside a home can also be due to having fruit flies and/or phorid flies. More »

To eliminate raccoons, remove food and water sources that attract the animals, and install barriers in the home and on the property as needed. Trapping is typically recommended to remove live animals already living in or... More »

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To get rid of tiny ants in your home, eliminate food and water sources, close all access points to your home and use pesticide baits. Ants most frequently infest kitchens, so it is crucial to keep a kitchen as clean as p... More »

To eliminate carpenter ants, remove wood debris around the home, eliminate the ant's food and water sources, and treat the area with a commercial pesticide. Eliminating the infestation may require several weeks, dependin... More »

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