Delta Dust Insecticide

Delta Dust insecticide is an easy, do-it-yourself insecticide that kills on contact.  It is effective on almost any insect, from the ones that crawl to the ones that fly. Apply to any cracks, or areas that the insects use for entry, and in crevices using a dusting cloth or a powder duster like the JT Eaton Puffer Duster, and that is just about all there is to the application indoors. When you apply it to the nests of annoying flying insects, be sure to use an appropriate injector and to follow the directions. Unlike other ant control products, Delta Dust ant poison is great for even the pantry. And it works for use on roaches and sugar ants that like to get into foods. No matter where it is applied, be sure there aren’t any breezes or anything else that might blow the dust. Either of these products is great…

Humane Mouse Trap

A humane mouse trap can put an end to rodent control problems without killing the small intruder. If you’ve noticed any evidence of little pesky visitors, you’re probably ready to figure out what they are, and the course of action for getting rid of them.  There are different types of mousetraps on the market, and some of them are able to collect the rodent without killing it.  This type is called a humane mouse trap. Some other types are designed to bait the mouse to the trap, usually with some sort of food like cheese or peanut butter, and then once the spring is sprung, the trap breaks the mouse’s neck. There are also glue traps, which can be set out either baited or un-baited.  Baiting them may draw mice to them more quickly, but even an un-baited glue trap will catch a mouse if the trap is placed in…

Bug Control

Bug control can be a big issue in your home if you’ve encountered some unwelcome pests. Unfortunately, it seems like there’s a never ending list of unpleasant creatures that might decide that your house is a good place for them to be. You might encounter ant, flea, or termite infestations, just to name a few of the most common problems.  If you’re lucky, you’ll catch the problem early on, and it will only be a small battle. Unfortunately, all too often, it’s not caught soon enough and it then becomes an all out war. A good rule of thumb in bug control is to keep in mind is that you should look into treatment options as soon as you see an unwelcome pest. It might be overkill, and that one ant you saw might just be a stray that made its way inside from the yard. However, it’s better to…

Tempo Dust Ant Poison / Insecticide

Tempo Dust ant poison is referred to as the “all around” dust because it works on both crawling insects and flying insects. It is a do it yourself pesticide that should be applied with the proper injecting or dusting equipment. Tempo Dust insecticide kills on contact and is easy to apply. To apply this product either in the home, or outside, just spread it with a Bello's duster into any crevices, cracks, weep holes and anywhere else you think an insect could get in or inhabit. Then simply leave the product alone and it will take care of the pests that are plaguing you. An important tip to remember is to make sure that there is not a breeze or draft that will disturb the dust once it has been applied.When you are using Tempo Dust ant poison for outdoor ant control problems on the pesky ant piles that seem to pop…

How to address a beehive

How to address a beehive is something you're going to want to know how to do if you start seeing a lot of bees.  If there are bees, there's most likely a beehive, so if the hive's location isn't readily apparent, you're going to have to consider following the bees to see where they go.  It's possible to have a beehive indoors as well, so don't rule out the interior of your home too quickly, if you haven't been able to locate the hive.  The hive may be somewhere quite obvious, or it might be somewhere more tucked away.  If it's inside the home, you may need to consider the walls and ceiling as potential locations for the hive.  You'll also need to consider what you'll need to have on hand for any repairs.  If you have to cut into the walls or ceiling, perhaps you should look first for…

Bee Pest Control

Bee pest control should always be your last option--used only when bees have become territorial about an area that you, your children, or pets frequent. Spring is coming and with it comes the bee population including bumble bees, honey bees, yellow jackets (actually wasps), and carpenter bees.  Bees are beneficial, even necessary insects, especially in your garden area; they pollinate flowers and plants and are very desirable for your garden. Bee pest control has many ways of avoiding the “bees” mentioned above including these options: Ridding your lawn area of unwanted debris and mulch where many bees like to nest. When outside be cautious when in your garden and flower bed areas – also be careful when handling any flat boards, bricks, etc., because there is a possibility of a nest located in or close to these places. Reduce the chance of bees nesting close to home or garden area…