Most of us don’t like flies and I am sure if you are here, you are one of them. Flies are more than just a mere nuisance.
According to a study, there are more than 100,000 known species of flies (only God knows how many species are still unknown).
Their presence alone is often annoying to people, but the true effects they have on humanity go largely unseen.
Flies are the carriers of very deadly diseases, they infest meat and other food items, some of their species also spread food poisoning bacteria like Salmonella enteritidis.
The habitat of a fly makes it perfectly suited for spreading diseases. Fly is a restless insect, it moves back and forth between food and filth and this helps it in spreading infections faster.
It is attracted to the food by its sense of smell, however it cannot eat solid food. When it reaches the food it vomits on the solid food and creates a solution of it, then sucks it and thus contaminates the food.
Mosquitoes belong to the same group as the true flies, Diptera. As such, they have a single pair of wings. They typically have long, thin legs and a head featuring a prominent proboscis. Mosquito bodies and wings most often are covered in tiny scales. Adult sizes may range from 3 to 9 mm.
Keeping mosquitoes away from your home effectively and safely is possible. You only have to pay attention to the homemade elaboration of this insecticide effective and harmless for the health with which you will be unconcerned of this problem. In addition, it is economical and easy to prepare.
We think that eradicating the mosquitoes of our house is fundamental to avoid the diseases that transmit these insects.
You will only need:
– 100 ml of alcohol vinegar
– 100 ml of shampoo
– 100 ml vegetable oil
– 1 bottle with spray
Mix all the ingredients in the spray bottle and stir to mix everything well.
Spray with this homemade insecticide every corner where you have seen mosquitoes or fly, as well as door and window frames, under beds, etc.
It is a repellent so effective and harmless that you can even apply it on clothing or on the skin.