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The Silverfish and Firebrat are extremely similar insects and can be controlled in the exact same manner...
The silverfish and firebrat are two insects that are commonly confused with one another. Not only do they look alike, but they are also both members of the same family. They both have the same long cylindrical body which, when fully mature, is about 1/3rd of an inch long, and is covered by a heavy scale like armor. Both are wingless, with three long, antenna like, appendages at the end of their body which they use as a feeler. The only visible difference between the firebrat and the silverfish is the color. The silverfish is a soft gray, whereas the firebrat is a darker shade of mottled gray.
The firebrat can be found all over the world. In nature it is a harmless insect, but once it gets into a house it can cause all sorts of issues.
The firebrat is attracted to a food source that is rich in starch, protein, or sugar. While they will not eat through walls, they love to eat the paste used to attach wall paper to the walls. They also enjoy the rayon in clothing. Another food source that the firebrat really likes is cereal, especially kids’ cereals which are loaded with sugar.
When there is a firebrat in your home you are going to want to get rid of them as quickly as you can. This is not always an easy task. The first place you have to do is find where the insects are. The firebrand is happiest when it is somewhere warm and dark, like underneath the stove or around the water heater. They are also very fond of attics where they can chew on old clothing and books. Another place that firebrats are found is in the insulation, usually near hot water pipes where they can stay warm and also drink the condensation from the pipes. The better you know the habits of the firebrat, the easier it is going to be to get rid of them.
You are going to want to start off with a natural means of eradication first. This is going to be the safest for you, your kids, and your pets.
When you have identified the location of a group of firebrats, you should immediately try to clean up the area; you are going to want to remove everything it sees as a potential food source. Once you have gotten things tidy, you are going to need to set some traps. Keep in mind that the firebrat like warm dark areas so try to set the trap somewhere that they are going to be drawn to. Once you have chosen a location for the trap, you should bait it with a bit of cereal. Leave the trap alone for at least twenty-four hours.
Once you have gotten rid of the firebrats you need to take the steps to make sure that they do not get into your home again. The simplest way to do this is make sure that you are tidy. Simple things like putting books in the book shelf and the food in a sealed pantry will make the home unappealing to the firebrat. You should also try to seal any cracks or crevices that you see in your home’s foundation and walls. Make sure that you have screens on all of your windows. A tightly sealed house is not one that will attract a firebrat.
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