Outdoor flies can be controlled with a pesticide methods that include cone traps and fly paper. Cone traps are filled with an attractant that draws flies in and traps them beneath the cone. Fly paper is coated with a sti... More »

Cluster flies can be kept out of homes by sealing access points such as eaves and cracks, but once inside they usually need to be exterminated manually. They do not breed indoors, but may enter in large numbers to seek s... More »

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Get rid of flies naturally by adding sugar water to a 1-quart canning jar, adding a paper cone to the top and setting the trap in an out-of-the-way location. This simple fly trap allows flies to enter the jar but makes e... More »

Silverfish bug control involves removing paper or food clutter that allows the pests to feed and nest, removing moisture from the area that allows nymphs to grow quickly, applying a pesticide to the area, trapping any re... More »

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Whiteflies can be controlled through a variety of methods that include spraying the infested leaves with garlic oil or insecticidal soap, placing sticky traps in common gathering areas, and spraying the insects with pyre... 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 treat fire ant infestations, apply a slow-acting pesticide bait to the property, and treat each ant mound with a fast-acting pesticide or boiling water to reduce the ant populations. Ant control techniques can take se... More »

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