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#1 of 2 Old 10-04-2005, 11:20 PM - Thread Starter
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Anyway know of any natural ways to keep bugs and pests away? We live in an apartment and the rest of the apartment is being spraying for bugs...we haven't had a problem with any in our apartment, but since we aren't getting it sprayed I am worried that they will all end up in our place! I don't want the yucky pesticides used around my baby and dog.....what are good alternatives to use?
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there is a bug spray sold I think at http://www.eco-pestcontrol.com/ that is OK, don't use boric acid with children in the house, it's pest control applications are dangerous for curious children and pets. there is also http://www.safeinsecticide.com/organicroach-killer.html but i've never talked to anyone who used it. I use something I buy at the dollar tree, natural and works but I haven't had bugs in so long I can remember the name, just where it comes from.
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