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By buggedout - / Wednesday 25 November 2009 08:24 / United States
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  aubsx3  |  0

Why would you invite people over for a day so close to when you were getting bugs exterminated? YDI because that means you most likely invited them while your house was infested... Ehw

By  Brave_Sir_Robin  |  4

bug bomb the place and do it early. It may give you enough time to prepare some items (although a turkey would have to be done elsewhere). Of course, you could be true to the old Momma Joke, "Your momma is so stank all the bugs that surround her are like 'We are family!'" Okay, I'll stop bugging you all.

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  blastvortex  |  3

DO NOT LISTEN TO #4! Bug-bombing can actually make the problem worse depending on what you're dealing with. You're best bet is to consult a professional or research it yourself. Since the former will probably be well booked by now, the latter is probably your best option. Now do yourself a favor and be attentive to the advice that you're being given this time. On another note, plan to cut your turkey roll elsewhere in the meantime. Duh.

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#7 - I seem to have good fortune in the past with doing a bug bombing (although the clean-up was a pain in the ass in certain rooms), but I see your point. The best option is always to hire a professional to guarantee the bug-removals, but that usually costs more money, more time, and as you mentioned, they may be well-booked in this short amount of time. OP, LISTEN TO #7 and do the research before deciding on a course of action. Have a great Thanksgiving whatever you decide to do.

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  TheTruth1428  |  0

It's the not companies fault for what method they use, OP should have checked first. As for you OP, YDI for waiting until the last minute to get rid of your bugs, should have done it sooner. Shouldn't even have bugs in the first place, but since you do, you shouldn't have waited.

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  maelgwyn  |  0

Actually, s/he probaby used a flushing agent such as Permethrin which has actually gotten them from their hiding places. Baits usually take longer to work, and will kill them more often where they live. Its actually what we have to use to do it legally

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  depocadoll  |  15

Actually, since their nests are poisoned, they relocate to open areas until they find somewhere else to settle. They are flushed out by the sprays. The gel is left out for them to snack on and take back to their new nests, to poison the other pests.

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