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Do's and Don'ts of Pest Control How can you safely solve your pest problems? Learn more about the steps you can take to safely control pests: Try pest prevention first Do safely and correctly use pesticides Do dispose of leftover pesticides and pesticide containers properly Don't use outdoor chemicals indoors Don't assume that twice as much is better Don't transfer pesticides to other containers Additional resources Try pest prevention first.
Remove sources of food, water and shelter. Store food in sealed plastic or glass containers. Garbage containing food scraps should be placed in tightly covered trash cans. Remove garbage regularly from your home. Fix leaky plumbing and don't let water accumulate anywhere in the home. Don't let water collect in trays under your house plants or refrigerator.
Don't leave pet food and water out overnight. Clutter provides places for pests to breed and hide and makes it hard to get rid of them. Get rid of things like stacks of newspapers, magazines, or cardboard.
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Close off places where pests can enter and hide. For example, caulk cracks and crevices around cabinets or baseboards.
Use steel wool to fill spaces around pipes. Cover any holes with wire mesh.
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Keep pets and children away from areas where pesticides have been applied. After preventive steps have been taken, you can use baits as a first line of chemical defense against insects or rodents.
These are often effective and can be used with low risk of exposure to the pesticide, as long as they are kept out of the reach of children and pets. Other relatively low-risk pesticides are available for some pests. Pesticides not contained in baits or traps should generally only be applied to targeted locations, not sprayed over the whole room. Use fogging devices only when absolutely necessary. Always read and follow the pesticide label's instructions and safety warnings. Use ready-to-use products i.
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