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HOW TO GET RID OF SILVERFISH NATURALLY
The household pest called silverfish will not harm humans by either biting them or by carrying any diseases such as many other insects do, but you still do not want them in your house, thus many wonder how to get rid of silverfish naturally? Most people obviously do not want to fill their homes with toxic chemicals especially if they have children or pets.
Because silverfish naturally love damp surroundings, your first line of defense is to eradicate any and all water leaks around your home. This includes leaky faucets, any leaky pipes you may have, windows that allow rainwater to enter your home, and prevent any roof leaks too. Because any dampness will attract silverfish, you will need to run your exhaust fans when making any kind of steam too. This includes showers as well as boiling anything on the stove. Do not ever leave water standing on any surface either, including splashes that the kids make in the bathroom, and do not leave wet towels bunched anywhere.
Inspect any paper goods frequently for the presence of silverfish including your important paperwork in your files, paperback books, and hardbacks as well. The reason is that your papers and books are food for the silverfish who dearly love to eat the glue on paperback bindings, as well as glues used in making hardbacks as well. Check all of your wallpaper to be sure that there are no cracked seams or turned up corners, as silverfish like to eat wallpaper paste. Track all of your incoming pipes and seal them off securely making them watertight with expandable sealers. Watertight also means silverfish tight!
Silverfish are very flat in their construction, thus it only takes a minute crack to allow them into your home. They also thrive on mildew and actually any sort of fungus, so keep an eye out for that too. Dampness invites them so use dehumidifiers to dry dampness and bring in portable heaters with fans aimed at the damp areas as well should water intrude somehow.
Moving to the kitchen, check under the kitchen sink for dampness there too, and seal all foodstuffs that they may love in watertight containers. That means any cereals, flour and sugary items, and even cookies and instant mashed potatoes can mean dinner to a silverfish.