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HOW TO GET RID OF SILVERFISH
First, you will have to find the locale that drew them, for they flourish best in moist and humid areas of your home. This would be perhaps a laundry room, bathrooms, attics, basements or anywhere that has leaky pipes, or conceivably a leaky roof. The goal in this instance is to thoroughly dry out the area. In order to do so properly many people turn to dehumidifiers or even space heaters and of course the silverfish problem will continue until the areas are dry, the pipes repaired and the leaks stopped thoroughly.
Scientists refer to the silverfish as lepisma saccharina which refers to the fact that it eats not only sugar but also thrives on starches, thus many people find that silverfish have gotten into food supplies that contain either starch or sugar. A box of sugary cereal is a good example of human foods that silverfish find downright delectable. Another instance may be a bag of flour, or a box of instant mashed potatoes. Carefully inspect all foodstuffs in your pantries and if they are clear of the pest, keep them in airtight containers from now on. Some people simply keep those items in their refrigerators for the same reason.
Silverfish tend to subsist on principally several kinds of paste or glue, thus you will need to check beneath wallpaper, in the borders and pages of any books you own and examine your photo albums as well. Clothing that is hanging in a damp closet is prime food for the pesky silverfish, particularly if you have garments that have been starched, as it is the starch that appeals best in areas such as wallpaper, and of course the other items previously mentioned.
Because silverfish only need to eat once a year, they will also be able to live on crumbs that may have fallen to the floor, thus you will also need to keep a clean home. Those who specialize in silverfish eradication also speak of vacuuming any cracks and crevices where silverfish may have laid eggs such as along the baseboards of your home. In addition, block all means of entry into your dwelling such as where pipes come into rooms or any cracks you may find, and seal those tightly.
Getting rid of the silverfish also probably means that you will need to look at various means of killing the pests as well. Thankfully, you have a large amount of choices available to you.
There are scores of ways to exterminate them, complete with bombs, sprays, and extermination dust, depending on whether you have pets or small children in your home. There are also a myriad of different traps you may use that also work very well. Silverfish will also be repulsed by citrus sprays; therefore those that contain a citrus base are in particular, very effective against silverfish. For the simple reason that commercial exterminators use various sprays that exterminate a great number of other pests along with silverfish, you may wish to turn to them for normal extermination, which will definitely be warranted in the list of how to get rid of silverfish.