They slink into our homes and kitchens looking for an easy meal.
While the above video is good for a quick laugh, it also illustrates an important issue… The cockroaches that are invading our homes are eating our food!
The truth is these creepy crawly roaches will eat just about anything; from, cat food to glue, to blood, and everything in between. While roaches chow down on a wide variety of foods, they love sweets!
Roaches love donuts!
Not only do they love to eat your favorite donuts right from under you; they love them so much that they’ll spit the donut back up, and then eat it once again. Disgusting!
If you are tired of sharing your food with cockroaches, it’s times to give Bulwark Exterminating a call! Bulwark’s guaranteed roach control solution will send those roaches packing, so you can keep your donuts all to yourself.
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Summer is in full swing, and pests like ants, scorpions, cockroaches, bedbugs, ticks, spiders, and snails are all looking to put a damper on our summer fun. Over the years, victims of these pests have been frantically searching for effective pest control remedies to combat these unwanted invaders. Some work; some don’t. Some are just plain bizarre. Here are the top ten most bizarre pest control remedies:
Bet you didn't know that Home Improvement’s Al Borland was virtually a tick magnet. Blood-sucking ticks hide out in the trees and bushes on your property, waiting for an unsuspecting host to brush up against them… FYI that blood host is YOU or your pets. A little known fact; these ticks are known to jump onto flannel as they are attracted to the fibers. Tick Remedy: To get rid of ticks on your property, drag pieces of flannel tied to rope or string throughout your yard. Make sure the flannel passes through all the shrubbery in your yard, as these are the areas ticks lurk. You can hang your flannel shirt in a tree as well. The ticks will jump onto the flannel for a ride. When you’re done, check the flannel for ticks. Carefully remove them and place them in a bowl of disinfectant (bleach/water). If the number of ticks stuck to the flannel is substantial, disinfect the entire piece and dispose of it. Note: Fleas are also attracted to flannel.
Spider Remedy: Haven’t you heard the saying, “A pack a day keeps the spiders away?” The chemicals in cigarette smoke are bad for bugs, especially spiders, just like they are bad for humans. While cigarettes are effective killers of all things living, we don’t recommend picking up smoking to control your spider infestations. Read more about smoking being bad for bugs.
Snail & Slug Remedy:Are you in need of an inexpensive and simple method to get rid of garden slugs and snails? Simply buy them a beer. As it turns out, snails and slugs love beer just as much as the average person. Place empty pie tins randomly throughout your garden, and fill them about ½ an inch full of your favorite beer. Slugs and snails will slime their way into the pie tin, but will not be able to get out. Check the tins every morning, replace the stale beer, and discard the captured slugs and snails.
Ant & Roach Remedy:Having problems with ants or cockroaches… Just feed them cat food! While the thought alone of eating cat food would kill just about anybody, it’s especially effective at killing ants and roaches. Technically, it’s not the cat food that kills the pests, but the boric acid you mix with it. Here’s what you need:
¼ Cup Grape Jelly 1 Small Can Wet Cat Food 1 Teaspoon Boric Acid
Directions:Mix all three ingredients together. Place small spoonfuls of the cat food near foraging ants and cockroaches. In the case of ants; not only will they eat the deadly poison, but will also bring some back for the Queen ant to munch on. If baited successfully, the ants in the nest should be exterminated within a couple days. The cockroaches will also die after ingesting the boric acid laced cat food.
Wasp Remedy:Wasps are one of the worst summertime pests. That sentiment is magnified if you ever have to deal with a wasp’s nest on your property. One solution is to buy or build your own fake wasp nest. It’s like a scarecrow for wasps! Many kinds of wasp are extremely territorial and will not build a nest within 200 yards of another one. Hang a scarecrow nest in the front yard, and one in back. Now you can enjoy your outdoor picnics!
Garden Pest Remedy:Tired of nuisance pests attacking your garden plants? Simply treat the bugs to bug juice! Collect by hand the nuisance pests, bugs, grubs or snails from your garden. Place the bugs into a blender, add water, and cover. Flip the switch, and make a bug smoothie. Dilute the bug smoothie, one part to twenty parts of water, to make bug juice. Pour the concoction into a spray bottle, and spray the juice on the leaves on the plants and flowers in your garden and backyard. This homemade bug juice/spray will keep the nuisance pests away.
Ant Remedy: If you are seeing trails of ants outside your home, or are even seeing some mounds or nests popping up, the answer may be simple… Feed the ants breakfast. Sprinkle a box of Cream Of Wheat near ant mounds or nests, and wherever you see foraging trails. The ants will gobble down the yummy breakfast cereal, and EXPLODE! The grains of wheat will expand in the ant’s stomach, causing them to burst. With any luck the ants will take some of the cereal down to the queen, and share. Note: Cornmeal is an equally effective substitute for treating ants.
Bedbug Remedy: Worried about bedbugs feeding on you while you sleep? Just let them feed on somebody else. For centuries the wealthy and prosperous, especially royalty and nobility, would hire servants to sleep on their floors near their beds. The thought is that blood-sucking bedbugs would feed on the dirtier and less affluent host. This practice still continues today in countries like India. Of course we know today that bedbugs play no favorites, and even frequently infest the beds of celebrities.
Bedbug Remedy: Research from the UK suggests that my wife should stop shaving her legs, as hairy skin can help prevent bedbugs from biting. Worried about getting bit by bugs like mosquitoes, bedbugs, or ticks on your face or neck… just grow a long beard. I’m talking a Duck Dynasty style beard. The UK study showed that body hair is highly beneficial to people, because it helps deter bed bugs in two ways: by increasing the time it takes for the insect to find a suitable spot to start sucking blood, and by helping people feel them crawling on the hair; across their skin. The next time you go on vacation, make sure it’s not ruined by bedbugs by growing out your body hair.
Scorpion Remedy: One of the best scorpion exterminators around just happens to be a chicken. Scorpions are like candy to a chicken. Set a few clucking chickens free in your yard everyday and watch as they hunt the stinging scorpions. When your property is clear, return them to their coup. Just make sure all of your chickens are hens, or your neighbors will really love you come 5:00 AM! Unfortunately, chickens can do very little for any scorpions inside your home, unless you want to deal with feathers, and excessive bird droppings on your kitchen floor!
If the thought of buying a bunch of chickens to patrol your property, growing out your leg or armpit hair, picking up smoking, or making bug smoothies is too much to fathom; look for an easier and more effective alternative to combat your pests. Get Bulwark Pest Control instead.
On July 4, 1776 the Second Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence, which pronounced the legal separation of the then Thirteen Colonies from Great Britain. Colonists like Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, and John Adams wanted to be liberated from Great Britain’s rule of tyranny and taxation. Fast forward some 237 years later… Are you currently being oppressed by a nasty regime of pests; much like the colonists were? If so, it’s time to declare your independence from these malevolent pests.
Among all of your festive Fourth of July fireworks, barbeques, pool parties, and parades can lurk pests that may very well wreak havoc on the day’s festivities (and I’m not talking about your Uncle Dale who drinks too much). I’m talking of course about bugs! Tyrannical, cruel, and oppressive pests like scorpions, cockroaches, spiders, ants and termites can rule your home and property; much like The King of England did back in the early days of these United States. If you are tired of bowing to these spiteful pests, it’s time to say enough is enough! Declare your independence from these pests… A declaration of independence from pests! Declare your independence from these pests by calling Bulwark Exterminating!
Bulwark Exterminating wants to assist in your declaration of independence from pests. Our pest control services are more than just spraying. Our services are about listening, convenience, scheduling, responsiveness, accountability and knowledge. Bulwark Exterminating uses the finest, most effective products in the world to solve your pest problems. Upon receiving Bulwark Pest Control’s effective services, you will no longer be under the rule of stinging scorpions, disease carrying cockroaches, biting ants, and dangerous spiders.
Everyone here at Bulwark Exterminating would like to wish each and every one of you a very happy and festive Fourth of July! Stay cool out there. Take a dip in the pool. Eat way too much fried chicken and potato salad. Light up the night sky with some fireworks. Most importantly, reflect on all of the blessings that are bestowed upon us as we live in the greatest country on Earth; and give thanks to all of those who have made sacrifices in order for us to live here. Happy Fourth!
On my first day of service, Bulwark removed for me A Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my second day of service, Bulwark removed for me Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my third day of service, Bulwark removed for me Three wasp’s nests Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my fourth day of service, Bulwark removed for me Four termite colonies, Three wasps’ nests, Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my fifth day of service, Bulwark removed for me Five stinging scorpions, Four termite colonies, Three wasps’ nests, Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my sixth day of service, Bulwark removed for me Six Brown Recluses, Five stinging scorpions, Four termite colonies, Three wasps’ nests, Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my seventh day of service, Bulwark removed for me Seven leggy centipedes, Six Brown Recluses, Five stinging scorpions, Four termite colonies, Three wasps’ nests, Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my eighth day of service, Bulwark removed for me Eight pinching earwigs, Seven leggy centipedes, Six Brown Recluses, Five stinging scorpions, Four termite colonies, Three wasps’ nests, Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my ninth day of service, Bulwark removed for me Nine chirping crickets, Eight pinching earwigs Seven leggy centipedes, Six Brown Recluses, Five stinging scorpions, Four termite colonies, Three wasps’ nests, Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my tenth day of service, Bulwark removed for me Ten Raspberry Ants, Nine chirping crickets, Eight pinching earwigs Seven leggy centipedes, Six Brown Recluses, Five stinging scorpions, Four termite colonies, Three wasps’ nests, Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my eleventh day of service, Bulwark removed for me Eleven scurrying cockroaches, Ten Raspberry Ants, Nine chirping crickets, Eight pinching earwigs Seven leggy centipedes, Six Brown Recluses, Five stinging scorpions, Four termite colonies, Three wasps’ nests, Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
On my twelve day of service, Bulwark removed for me Twelve bloodsucking bedbugs, Eleven scurrying cockroaches, Ten Raspberry Ants, Nine chirping crickets, Eight pinching earwigs Seven leggy centipedes, Six Brown Recluses, Five stinging scorpions, Four termite colonies, Three wasps’ nests, Two Fire Ant mounds, And a Black Widow in my underwear drawer
Just to clarify, pest control customers wont need 12 days of consecutive service to eliminate all of these pest problems. Most pests can be eliminated in one single service!
Thomas explains just how roaches find their way into the bathroom.
We can all agree that there are few things more disgusting than a roach in the kitchen. But how do they get there? One of our roach fighting experts explains how the roaches can gain access to the house through our drains. Bulwark employees are trained not to miss a thing when they set up a barrier; even the smallest points of entry. -Bulwark Exterminating Texas Pest Control and Roach Control
There are three main species of cockroaches to look out for--American, Oriental, German. The following are the key points that you need to know about each of them when it comes to identifying cockroaches in your home. Remember, if you have any of these cockroaches in your home, call Bulwark Exterminating today!
• Scientific Name: Periplaneta americana • Size: 28-43 mm (1.1-1.6 in) • Habitat: Warm and Moist Environments • Color: Reddish Brown with yellow markings • Diet: Anything ranging from toothpaste to hair • Reproduction: 150 eggs per egg case/6-14 egg cases per lifetime • Danger: Unsanitary, can pick-up disease causing organisms. • Hiding Place in Home: Basements and Bathrooms
• Scientific Name: Blatta orientalis • Size: 25-30 mm (.98-1.2 in) • Habitat: Cool and Damp environments • Color: Dark Brown to Black • Diet: Garbage and decaying matter • Reproduction: 16 eggs per capsule/2-3 capsules per lifetime • Danger: Disease vectors • Hiding Place in Home: Basements, Cellars, Drains, and Water Pipes
• Scientific Name: Blattella germanica • Size: 12-15 mm (.51-.63 in) • Habitat: Warm and Moist Environment • Color: Tan to Brown, two longitudinal stripes • Diet: Anything organic in nature • Reproduction: 30-40 eggs per capsule/5 capsules per life time • Danger: Unsanitary, disease-carrying • Hiding Place in Home: Kitchens and Bathrooms The following video is an expert explaining how these roaches will get into your home.