First Time Dealing with Pests? 3 Things to Know
First Time Dealing with Pests? 3 Things to Know

Hey there, neighbor - I hear it's your first time dealing with bugs or pests…

Don't worry, I’ve dealt with my fair share of pests and I’ve got some tips for you. 

1. Mice

For larger rodents such as rats and mice, there is always the old-school mouse trap approach. If you choose to go with this method, just be sure to make the most out of it by properly deploying your traps. Remember, rodents prefer to travel along walls

instead of in the open, so that they can easily disappear into a hole when predators arrive. So place your traps accordingly, always putting the baited end against a wall.


Some mice, however, are too smart for this trick. If that’s your experience, I have Mouse Repellent Pouches and Rodent Repellent Sprays and Powders just for you. These products are easy to use, safe around children and pets, and guaranteed to work!

2. Insects 

These critters can come in bunches and be truly difficult to get rid of. You may also find that one product doesn’t take care of all the types you may encounter. If you’re dealing with the common household culprits, look no further than my Ant, Roach, and Fly Killer Spray

If you’re dealing with the real scary guys, I’ve got you covered with spray and repellent pouches designed for spiders.

3. Bed Bugs

Believe it or not, you don’t actually need to call the exterminator to take care of this problem. Instead, you can use my Bed Bug Killer Spray. This natural formula is effective and completely safe for you to sleep around after use.

My assortment of repellent pouches, sprays and powders are second to none. 

They’re sure to give you that upper hand you’ve been looking for, so jump online today and grab yourself a true ace-in-the-hole solution. 

Sincerely,                            

Gus

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