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I found your website and was reading about Mold Blaster.  How much does a gallon cost and how effective is it on carpet? Thanks. One of the most common uses for MOLD BLASTER is on carpets. After problems are resolves caused by flooding or water pipe leaks, Mold Blaster is a good product to deploy either in wall voids, ceiling spaces or flooring. Not only will it destroy the mold growth but it reduce odor issues too. And it works equally well whether it's being applied to wood flooring, tiles, Read more [...]

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I have a large shed and is discovered by bats on occasion.  I'm thinking on getting one of your bat houses because I don't want them gone. I just want them off my shed. How do I get them to stop landing in my shed and start landing in the bat house? Also, should the bat house be placed under the overhang? Should it be in the shade? As described in our BAT CONTROL ARTICLE, trying to get bats to move from one roost location to another close can be tricky. But based on where they're active right Read more [...]

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Is Delta dust toxic to cats? Do I have to keep them out of the areas/rooms in which I use it? Thanks. In general, you'd want to keep pets and children out of the rooms being treated when they're being treated. This applies to our aerosol, dust and liquid products. All general precautions are covered in our SAFETY VIDEO'S and I suggest you review the ones that pertain to whatever product type you decide on using. But as stated above, you only need to keep the cats out of the way when treating. Once Read more [...]

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I was reading your page and had a few questions. I just purchased a house and had noticed some spider krickets under the house during the walk around. I know that wasn’t a big deal but then I started to noticed them in the garage. It isn’t a lot of them but my kids don’t like them. Just in the last couple of days I have seen a few in the house. Now I just want to get rid of them.  What can I do? If you read through our CAMEL BACK CRICKET article, you'll see this pest seeks dark and protected Read more [...]

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I have live trapped two small mouse sized Moles I thought. They have no eyes that I could see and look like mice aside from that. I had Moles in my garage last summer which we thought we got rid of but now I just don't know what to do since they are in our home. Help!! I have seen where moles can end up inside homes. Though not common, it does happen. In the cases where I've seen this the common thread has been an abundant amount of activity was known to exist in the yard. Another commonality was Read more [...]

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I have several plants and i don't have a lot of white flies but i do have some.  I have read your information on this matter and i would like to know some more.  I have sprayed my plants with a insecticide soap for white flies but i also have seen them on top of my loose soil in the plants.  What do you suggest for this.  I have also looked at my plants and cleaned the on both the sides of the leaves.  Please let me know what i have to do to get more control of these pest.  The plants are not Read more [...]

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oooo GOD.. I hate HATE these critters!!!   They really 'see' well too!! Tell me.. if you know.. what does that odor they emit smell like?  A few times I smelled something like some sort of moth ball.. is it like that at all? Thanks! Annette I can't say I've had anyone describe the odor to be like moth balls but most people seem to think stink bugs smell like skunk or something decaying or even dead. Others have said the odor is like similar to cabbage, rutabagas and even some spices like Read more [...]

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Hello, I live overseas, in Thailand, and I've got a bug problem (go figure!). I think our apartment has an infestation of either drugstore beetles or cigarette beetles. We've put all the foodstuffs in glass jars, vacuumed, etc...but we still have lots of them flying around. I would like to order some of your pheremone traps - but I have a couple questions: 1) Will you/can you ship by Priority Mail to an APO address? 2) If I'm not sure which type of beetle we've got (I don't have a microscope Read more [...]

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I need to know what otters eat to go in your traps. Also how do I know what size trap to buy for otters in Spartanburg county of South Carolina. I believe the otters have eaten many fish from the lake. I hope there is a trapping or hunting season on them. These otters are black. If you review our OTTER CONTROL ARTICLE, you'll learn there are several trap options that can be used. The most common we sell is the first or second one listed on our OTTER TRAPS page. Also in our article you'll see we Read more [...]

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Hi, I would like to know an organic alternative to eradicating brown beetle in the lawn. There are a lot of beetles that like to chew grass, live in the turf and use these areas for egg laying. In many cases their young will do more damage than the adult stage so we've learned that the combination of ECO GRANULES and GRUB KILLER RTS is a good organic option that works on most every beetle. The Granules should be spread first and applied every two months when the targeted beetles are active. These Read more [...]

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I read your internet article on gnats. We live in Indianapolis, IN. Within the last month we have an infestation of gnats. They don't seem to bite. Can you help suggest how we can get rid of them? Many Thanks, G.H. If you read through our GNAT CONTROL ARTICLE, you'll see this pest is commonly a problem out in the yard. But as fall turns to winter, many home owners will find them active inside the home. To make the problem more difficult to treat, there is a wide range of gnats which will thrive Read more [...]

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We’ve had a problem with fungus gnats inside and outside for the past month or so.  At least seven of our neighbors have the same problem; I also noticed them in the windows at my dentist’s office and yesterday at a restaurant yesterday about 8 miles from here. I’ve been told they’re coming from my houseplants, but I’ve checked the soil (I do not over water) and they’re not in the plants, however, I did purchase a granular product which I will place in the plant soil later today. I Read more [...]

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I live in south Carolina and was wondering if I should treat for Mole Crickets with Talstar now or do I need to wait for springs to control them? Please advise. Thks. Based on where you are, MOLE CRICKETS can remain active right through the winter months. No doubt there will be some cold nights and even a week or two where they might shut down and not be active. But any warm spell like we normally see in the southeast during most winters and they'll be up and out within a day. So if you're seeing Read more [...]

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I have  ducks and chickens. The ducks have been in a fenced area near the back yard, the chickens in a coop,not too far away.  For 5 years I have never had a problem with predators.  Two days ago, while at work, two of my ducks escaped out of their area and were dragged away. The drag marks were  found later that evening. I moved the other four ducks  into the chicken coop and contained them.  Today, I was at home, I opened the inside door to the coop so they can move around a bit. (there is Read more [...]

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Hi I have ants in my pantry, what do you recommend to get rid of them that is not going to infest my food with chemicals? Thanks, R. If you read through our ANT CONTROL ARTICLE, you'll see we recommend two types of ant baits. One of the advantages of ant bait is that is very save to employ because you're not spraying anything. In fact we recommend no spraying in the home under normal conditions since spraying can lead to all kinds of problems as explained in our article. So what should you do Read more [...]

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