Spring and Summer Is Coming! And So Are The Bugs!

Spring is right around the corner-and then summer! 
Which means bugs!
From mosquitoes, spiders and beetles no one wants to deal with them inside their home or office!
Here are some natural ways to get rid of the pesky bugs for your business and your home!

Mosquito:
Mosquitoes hate lavender! You can plant some around your home or restaurant if you have a deck that your guests dine out on. Note: Flies also hate it as well

Follow this easy DIY mason jar candle tutorial to keep the mosquitoes at bay and also create a beautiful center piece for the tables:

Spiders:
Spiders hate mint! You can have a few plants around the house or you can put it in spray bottle (water and few drops of mint oil) and spray around the house, office or anywhere else you do not want to see spiders.


Flies:
Everyone hates being annoyed by flies! If you own a restaurant or enjoy having the windows or doors open on a nice day in your home, you understand how annoying the little pests can be. 

You can also use the penny in a bag trick! May sound weird but it works!
Get a plastic bag and fill half way with water, then add some pennies. Hang it up on top of a door frame or window, works like a charm!
Flies hate water so seeing the 'body of water' freaks them out!

You can always use the lavender trick as well! 

Summer nights are better without the pests! Your restaurant guests will enjoy sitting out on the deck without having to swat away mosquitoes and flies. And you will enjoy sitting at home or the office knowing a spider isn't lurking around. 

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