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A silverfish is a rather nasty insect that is wingless, silver hued, flat and covered in scales. It is nasty because of its eating habits, preferring to dine on important paperwork, rare books, expensive clothing, furs and at times even decimating wallpaper. What it is seeking, in actuality is sugar in the form of polysaccharides, such as dextrin in adhesives and any kind of starches such as glues used in wallpaper paste and the like. Silverfish control thus means saving these foods from the silverfish.
Primarily attracted to dark damp areas, do not store books in a dark basement for example especially if there are leaky pipes around, nor would you want to enclose books in a cardboard box to keep in a dark attic if there are roof leaks in the vicinity as silverfish will definitely find them. Silverfish enter your home through the holes made for pipes through the walls and floors thus be sure and block those entryways well to control silverfish. You will also want to fill holes, by caulking around any cracks you may find in the edge of your walls as well as your foundation. Sealing those entry points will discourage silverfish from entering your home.
It need not be mentioned either that part of controlling silverfish is doing away with any leaky pipes and patching any leaky roofs. In addition after fixing those items, be sure and dry those areas very well using either space heaters or dehumidifiers along with fans.
If your attic contains cellulose insulation, meaning that it is composed of fire retardant recycled newspaper then silverfish will love the insulation and may well set up housekeeping there long before you even notice them. However, if your cellulose insulation was treated with boric acid for fire retardation you are in luck as boric acid is a silverfish repellent! It is however, debatable whether the dosage as well as the presentation is sufficient to kill silverfish insects.
The next step in controlling silverfish is to be sure and pack away foodstuffs that they like in airtight containers. This includes but is not limited to flour, sugar, cereals, instant mashed potatoes, oats, coffee, as well as even dried meats.
Keep a very practiced eye out for wherever you see silverfish. The reason is that you can also use cloves to line the places where they are found because silverfish detest cloves. The best way of dealing with this is to put cloves in the specific areas where you have seen frequent silverfish; this means various cracks as well as holes; or in the back corners of any shelves that you believe the silverfish may be hiding in. It appears that it is the smell of the cloves that is driving them away, thus you may wish to repeat this with fresh cloves when you believe that the odor of cloves has thoroughly dissipated.
Your children may wish to help you in securing the locations of silverfish, especially if you tell them that silverfish belong to the Thysanura group which scientists and historians believe to have actually existed for over 300 million years, much like the roach goes back all the way into the Paleogoic era. On the other hand, you may not want your children involved lest they use your silverfish as part of their “show and tell” episodes in school Only you will know of the possible repercussions of sharing silverfish with your children
Regardless of which type of silverfish control you seek, be sure and keep in mind caring for the use of dangerous insecticides under strict parental control. Also, since silverfish live within your walls and roofs, you may find that it is quite difficult to poison them with various kinds of pesticides since those areas are thoroughly inaccessible.