16 Useful Things To Get Rid Of The Creepy Crawlers That Have Overstayed Their Welcome In Your Home
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1. These sticky stakes that work wonders for trapping annoying insects that have overstayed their welcome in your darling houseplants.
2. A critter catcher perfect for dealing with bugs at a distance — you can trap those spiders crawling near your ceiling (without hurting them) and release them outside.
3. These glue traps to put an end to the reign of terror of the creepy crawlies that rear their heads every time you hike down to the basement or go to the kitchen for a snack.
4. A pack of transparent window traps that stick to catch the winged demons that think they can enter and leave your home as they please. Just stick 'em on your windows and let the traps do their thing (but remember to remove them because a cluster of flies might not be the most appealing interior decorating idea).
5. This UV light trap because it works by attracting gnats, mosquitoes and fruit flies to its pretty glow then sucking them in with a gentle internal fan before leaving them stuck on a glue board. Plus, to unsuspecting house guests, it just looks like a cute decorative lamp!
6. Or this apple-shaped fruit fly catcher that'll blend in with the other produce on your countertop and lure bugs inside with the insecticide-free food in its core. Now you can say, "how d'ya like them apples?" and actually mean it.
7. A bedbug blocker to trap those unsightly pests when they try to crawl up the bed post and furniture legs. The disc is designed to make it easy for the bugs to climb in, but nearly impossible for them to climb back out because of the slippery surface.
8. This BugZooka bug vacuum you'll be glad you bought when your critter situation truly sucks. Just hold it up to the bug, press the button, and watch as the device gently pulls beetles, spiders, roaches, and more into the tube.
9. A one-handed catcher that'll help you safely stop scorpions and big bugs that give you the heebie jeebies without running the risk of coming into contact with vicious stingers or fangs.
10. These liquid ant traps because the sealed-in liquid bait will lure those pesky ants and once they take the bait back to the colony living inside your basement, well, let's just say they won't be bothering you anymore.
11. A glue trap to capture the big critters you're too scared to catch with a glass and piece of paper (and for good reason *shudder*).
12. These fly trap ribbons you can hang in the dankest depths of your basement or a high corner of your kitchen to prevent pesky mosquitoes from continuously buzzing in your ear.
13. Or a fly stick that makes getting rid of your insect problem as easy as pouring some honey or syrup on the stick, letting it hang, and watching in amazement as the flies stick to the surface.
14. This glue trap for stopping small snakes from turning your home into their personal playground.
15. A moth trap primed with pheromones (not insecticides) for protecting dry goods like flour and almonds from food moths because no, they may not turn your box of raisins into their new home.
16. And this can of easy-to-use gap sealer so you can fill in any cracks and gaps around your home that those creepy crawlies may use to sneak in.
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