Be careful: If you find these creepy-looking bugs in your home, here’s what it means

If you find these creepy-looking bugs in your home, here’s what it means. Are you tired of encountering bugs in your household? Although it’s common to have insects at home, there are some we could do without.

If you live in a rural area, you might be quite accustomed to flies, ants, and spiders trying to take over your house during the summer months and beyond. Facebook user Alicia Alexander shared a proven method for dealing with an earwig problem. She suggests filling a shallow bowl with half a cup of olive oil and placing it in your garden or patio.

Apparently, this attracts the earwigs, which then get trapped in the bowl. According to Alicia, this method has worked wonders for her. In less than 24 hours, she managed to accumulate a considerable number of trapped earwigs. Take a look at the photo below. And after 36 hours, here’s the same bowl again: Don’t worry if you find earwigs seeking refuge in your house; it’s normal and unlikely to affect you in any way. However, having an abnormally high number of earwigs in your home could indicate a problem with rotting wood.

These insects are attracted to rotten wood, so it’s advisable to check all wooden structures you have. Now you know a simple trick for dealing with earwigs! Try it out and let us know in the comments if it worked for you.

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