Household pests is actually an important part of the food chain and ecosystem. The problem is if they are present and into the day to day lives and disrupt and cause disease. The existence of the chemicals offered in the market comes as a quick fix pest control, but the impact is not necessarily safe to human health. Ants, cockroaches, and rats are examples of household pests most common in homes. To get rid of these pests home, you need to find some way of pest control that is safe (non-toxic) using natural ant killer. When you open the closet and find lots of ants were swarming spilled sugar, you may be tempted to use powerful chemicals to eradicate them immediately. However, the pesticide itself is harmful to humans, pets and other living creatures that are beneficial to our environment and should not participate eradicated. The good news is many ways to eradicate the ants without pesticides, so we do not need to use it at all. Start from Step 1 to see how to make spray and ant traps, wiping out the entire nest, and prevent it from coming again, without the use of pesticides at all.
Fill a bottle with one part dishwashing soap and two parts water, then shake so that the solution can be mixed evenly. When you see a line of ants (or maybe the ants alone), spray a solution to him. Ants will immediately stop moving and could not breathe. Clean up dead ants with a wet cloth, and keep this solution for reuse later. Ants do not like vinegar, and you can make insecticides are cheap and easy with vinegar and water. Mix one part vinegar and one part water in a spray bottle. Spray directly on ants to kill him, then wipe ants die with a tissue damp or wet wipes, and throw it away. f you can not stand the smell of vinegar, use a solution of lemon juice to spray the ants. Ants do not like the citric acid in the lemon juice, so you can also use this solution as an antidote ant with spray around your home. Mix one part lemon juice to three parts water and use as a spray solution multifunctional.