It is advisable to get the General Disinfestation (GD) treatment done at regular intervals as lizards, spiders & crawling insects can always reinfest from the surroundings.
What We Do:
All utensils, containers, raw and cooked food should be removed from the kitchen (or from the area for making tea etc. in offices) and kept on the dining table or in the middle of the drawing room or some other room. They should be covered with an old bed-sheet or newspapers so that the insecticide does not accidentally fall on them.
After the treatment, leave the place undisturbed for about two hours. After two hours wipe the surfaces that have been sprayed with our insecticide, with a dry cloth only. Do not wash those surfaces for about two days. Thereby the residual effect of the insecticide will not be reduced. The crawling insects, which may not have been reached at the time of spraying the insecticide, come out from their places of hiding at night. When they move over these surfaces that have been sprayed with insecticide, they die.
- Sanitation: The key to managing all pests is sanitation.
- Inspection: Just as sanitation is the key to successful filth pest management, inspection is the key to sanitation. To eliminate breeding sites, one must first locate the attracting material.
- Exclusion: Another important step in pest management is to exclude them from the premises. This is done by keeping doors, windows and vents closed, as much is practical, and by screening and sealing around these and other entry points.
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