How To Control Pests With A Hoover

Pests are really annoying and dirty. They cause us no end of trouble, and often give us a lot of grief when they’re scurrying away under tables, or giving us a heart attack in the middle of the night when something creeps around under our blankets.

Is any of this sounding familiar? If so, we are here to give you some easy relief by sharing with you just how to get rid of those pests with a simple vacuum cleaner!

First of all, make sure you are using your vacuum on maximum power. This will give you more suction to get the bugs to zoom up into the hoover, and of course, it also means that once they get sucked up into the hoover bag, pests like fleas, carpet beetles, moths and moth eggs etc stay there.

If you use a low setting, there is no guarantee that you are going to be able to get them all into the bag, because they may just get stuck in the hose.

When dealing with spiders’ webs or moths in corners, make sure you use a vacuum with a long hose and neck, so you can get everything in the nooks and crannies.

The last thing you want to happen is have a moth flutter away and mock you from a spot on the ceiling that you can’t reach because your nozzle doesn’t extend that far.

If you’re looking for a way to keep pests out of with a vacuum cleaner and can keep your entire house clean, you will notice a huge difference in numbers of the pest population.

If there is nothing for them to eat, remember, they won’t want to be there in the first place. So, keep your home tidy and clean (even under the stove and in cupboards) and you’ll notice that pests won’t want to come near.

How great is that, and with the bonus of hygienic feeling home, not to mention a more spotless environment than you ever thought possible?

Never thought a vacuum cleaner would be so useful, right?

Well, the good old hoover and all its associated tools (crevice tool, stair tool, curtain brush and pet hair remover) will help you find some peace from common household pests that cause us so much aggravation.

In this sense, it really does pay off to clean your home regularly, even if it takes a little extra time each week to get into the nitty gritty!


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