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Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Kicking Bugs To The Curb

The rain has finally let up, but the bugs haven't. Every day we find out we have more company then we were aware of and bargained for. Mainly the flies, fruit flies and small beetles are trying to take over the house and although it is not that bad, they can be rather pesky.

I read that it is easy getting rid of fruit flies. They love white wine and by putting out a small bowl on the counter top, it will attract them. The fruit flies can't resist it, jump in and won't bother you anymore.

We haven't seen any ants indoors yet, but when you find them in your home, then keep in mind that ants don't like vinegar and will turn around or choose another route as soon as they smell it. Spraying white vinegar around their point of entry will successfully lead to ants passing up your home.

Chalk draws in moisture and by putting some of it out in your closets, it will keep moths out. It is a cheap and easy solution and it sure smells a whole lot better then those old fashioned moth balls.

Roaches can be a real plague and before you decide to call in an exterminator, you may want to try putting out cucumber peels. These irritating, annoying pests hate them and will stay away from them at all costs.

The last thing we need is being bugged by all those creepy crawlers; we have enough on our plates without having to worry about how best to kick them to the curb.

We don't need to let bigger problems bug us either. There is a great way to rid ourselves of those by giving them to Our Lord!

Psalm 37:39
39 But the salvation of the righteous is from the Lord; He is their strength in the time of trouble.


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