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Augustina Liu
5 months ago • Seattle

Any pest control product for flying bugs?

There always are many flying bugs in my bathroom during the summer and I never know how to clean them. Is there any pest control product you'd recommend to help me to clean those bugs? Thank you!
6 replies
5 months ago
Do you know what kind of bugs? Sometimes a hand vacuum or plain old flyswatter is the best choice. If they are fruit flies, there are specific traps for that. Moths have specific traps too, I think.
5 months ago
I actually don't know what kind of bugs it is. I tried to search it online but I can't find one that's similar to the bugs we have here. I think I can try flywatter!
5 months ago
Thank you Mark! This is very helpful!!
5 months ago
We will get gnats, I think, about once a year near the bathroom or kitchen sinks. We poke a tiny hole in the lid of a little condiment to-go cup, fill it 1/2 way with apple cider vinegar and place it near the sink. It takes them a few hours to find it, but they do, and it keeps them away.
5 months ago
Augustine, I would try putting a cup of Arm & Hammer baking soda down your sink drain, then a cup of Kroger Distilled Vinegar, it will fizzle and sizzle, let it sit for about five minutes, then you can gently wash it away. Then wipe any surface, especially your windowsill, with a good all purpose cleaner, like Krud Kutter, to remove invisible gnat eggs. They are very opportunistic. Then a small dish of vinegar and dish soap to trap the others.
(Assuming they are gnats, the most common for areas with water).
5 months ago
Try Black Flag window fly trap. It’s very efficient and practical.
5 months ago

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