Get Rid Of Kitchen Bugs
Bugs can be almost anywhere, even living in your kitchen or pantries to infest stored foods. Though kitchen bugs can be stubborn and difficult to deal with at first, it is possible to destroy them and prevent another infestation down the road. Here are some ways to get rid of kitchen bugs. Clean your kitchen with bleach water from top to bottom. Pull out all food and other items in cabinets and in the fridge. Scrub all surfaces, including walls and the underside of shelves. Get water in all cracks and crevices that normally would be missed. Sweep the floor and mop with bleach water. Eliminate clutter in your kitchen by organizing your drawers and cabinets, throwing away unused objects, and keeping the counters clear. Bugs like clutter because it makes it so much easier to hide out. Lay down bait traps aimed at the specific bugs in your kitchen.
The traps should be laid where the bugs are likely to crawl over them, so place traps along the walls, in corners and cabinets, and under kitchen appliances. Look for “roach specs” on the wall and floor to see where bugs spend a lot of time. Spray an insecticide around the outside of your house by the kitchen. Spray around all windows, doors, vents and cracks in the house. Cover the whole wall up to 3 feet off the ground and spray out about 6 feet to create an insect barrier.