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Practical Prepping Protocol even if Poor
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 77691304:MV8zOTYyNTk1XzczNDI3Nzg3XzZDRTJEMDQ4] [quote:Pooka:MV8zOTYyNTk1XzczNDI3NDAxXzRGMUU0MTJD] [quote:Anonymous Coward 77691304:MV8zOTYyNTk1XzczNDI3MjE3X0JCRUJBOUVB] Also a good idea to build up a good supply of glue traps. Not that expensive, and a good alternative and/or supplement to the poison and insecticide. They are amazingly effective in catching a variety of insects, and if large enough, even mice and snakes. [/quote] I had been wondering how to catch the spiders and other insects - the only thing I have is a glue trap for a specific kind of poisonous spider. This is a wonderful suggestion which I have taken to heart and will be purchasing. Are they safe for pets? Is it only glue? Like if one of my dogs got into one, it's just a matter of having to wash or cut the glue out of their hair? Not that I would put one within their reach, but you never know . . . Thank you! [/quote] [b]Thank you; they are great for catching spiders and misc. insects. Number one recommended location is the water heater closet and/or central heat/air conditioning area where you change the filter--on the ground, on the shelf, etc. [b]I thought I had some insects coming under the front door sweep so placed one on the ground behind where you open the door, and caught several; just throw the glue trap away if it starts to get full. I tried placing one in front initially but accidently got one stuck on my shoe--took about a half hour to remove---lol - so probably not a good idea to place them where a pet could get to them; they can also be placed in cabinets, shelves, under the kitchen sink, bathroom sink etc. [/b][/b] [/quote]
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