There is a way to keep your shelves free of bugs.?
There are ways to keep your shelves free of bugs. One way, to keep your grains safe from bugs. You keep your grains in a seal plastic container. You decide how big and what shape of plastic container you want to use. Your tap or cover needs to be tide , so air does not come inside the container.If you think your job is going to be finish and you are going to be out of work.Or you are going to take a brake use a big container. If you have a few family members. You can use a clean trash container. You can buy the trash container or a small container at Wallmar or Kmart.
None of these are totally successful.
You need to learn how to embrace your inner bug.
Go in peace.
If you live with other family members. You need to have one person to open the seal container. And no one else.
Bugs are called so because they always bug you. haha Don't expect them to give up. They have dreams too..haha
Place bay leaves on your shelves in and around your food and food storage containers. It's cheap, safe, and natural and helps repel bugs.
Pantry shelves often get Indian meal moths which like grains, flour, pasta, and spices. Sticky traps work well if used regularly. Sometimes contaminated food ( those that host the eggs and small larva) can come in in either the product or the packaging. It's a shame to have to throw it all away! You can usually find these at a hardware store or garden center. Good luck!
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