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Box Elder Bugs
How to Get Rid of Box Elder Bugs
When the temperature starts to drop there are numerous pests that can enter your home and cause annoying infestations, and Box Elder Bugs are one of them. Box Elder bugs are small red and black bugs that will infest your home in search of a warm and comfortable place to escape the ravages of winter. Although they do not cause any harm to property or people, these little black and red bugs can be a nuisance when in large numbers.
1. Seal Your Home
One of the first things you should do, regardless of whether you have an infestation, is to find and eliminate any cracks and crevices in the exterior of your home that Box Elder Bugs, and other pests might utilize to gain entry. This is one of the most effective ways to get rid of Box Elder Bugs, or rather, keep them out of your home.
2. Use Insecticides
Once you have sealed your home up, the best thing you can do to get rid of Box Elder Bugs is to apply one of the leading brands of pyrethroid insecticide, such as Suspend SC or Talstar P. These are both approved to get rid of Box Elder Bugs and can quickly return your home to a pleasant bug-less state.
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