Bug Spray For Your Home

Bug spray is the best way to get rid of bees, flies, spiders, and ants. It is a pesticide that can also be harmful to humans if used without proper precautions.

Several types of insects spray can be used around your home. You can use homemade organic spray without having to risk a dangerous insecticide use. Read on and you will find a variety of ways to come up with your insect spray.

Bug Spray For Your Home

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You can use alcohol for the bug spray. The idea of using alcohol for the plant has been around way back then. Type spray works best on mealybugs, whiteflies, thrips, scale insects and aphids.

You can also use alcohol spray on a plan of tropical foliage and even on ornamental plants. When preparing your alcohol spray, you must use a 70% isopropyl alcohol and mixed with a quarter of water.

You may want to add insecticidal soap spray that corresponds to a dilution of the label. Before using the spray alcohol, you can test your spray at the first plant.

This insect spray works best in the cabbage looper, earwigs, leafhoppers, whiteflies, and aphids. What is good about this spray is that it does not appear to harm mature ladybugs. It also found that garlic sprays do not work against grasshoppers, sow bug and red ants.

Another substance that you can use is the nicotine. Type of spray can be relatively harmless to Bettles women and bees. This spray is effective against soil pests, aphids, adult scales, thrips, and leaf miners.