Getting Rid of Bacteria

Family, pets, and kids, along with yourself, contribute to all the bacteria and mess on your floors and carpets. Stains are bound to happen, but there are proper ways to get rid of those stains and get rid of most of the bacteria. First of all, you should use a non-toxic antibacterial solution, just like professional carpet cleaners use.

After you clean up after accidental messes or stains, there are still microorganisms that can’t be seen by the human eye. You should use a non-toxic antibacterial solution, and you can make a very effective one yourself at home. Get two cups of baking soda and mix it with one cup of vinegar in order to make a paste. Vinegar is an antimicrobial substance, and baking powder is, of course, a universal cleaner that can has a variety of uses, including deodorization. Before you use the mix, test it out on a small piece of your carpet first. Then, you can rub in the solution in a circular motion on the stained area with a clean white cloth. Let it sit for a couple of hours to do its magic. When the liquid has evaporated, you can vacuum the area.

Antimicrobial solutions are great at helping to get rid of mildew, urine, bacteria, sewage, contaminants, and water damage. If bacteria in your home aren’t cleaned up, it can severely affect your skin, allergies, and make you more susceptible to illnesses. You don’t even have to limit the antimicrobial solution to just your carpet, as you can use it anywhere in your home, such as your kitchen tile, upholsteries (check first to see if it won’t ruin it), couches, fabrics, etc.

Tips to Get Rid Of Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes: annoying little creatures that can potentially transfer deadly diseases and give you a horrible itch. These West Nile Virus carrying pests are everywhere during the Summer time, but there are ways to get rid of them. First, you have to know what attracts mosquitoes, so you can know how to get rid of them.

These bad boys can smell their targets from up to 50 meters, and it’s said that people with high cholesterol or concentration of steroids tend to attract more mosquitoes. So yeah, don’t do steroids and watch your cholesterol! But that isn’t completely definite. Mosquitoes will also approach people that produce more of certain types of acids, like lactic acid. They also approach people with plenty of perfume. In addition, they like carbon dioxide, so areas with more carbon dioxide will attract more of them. Finally, areas of greater heat will also attract more mosquitoes.

Get Rid of Mosquitoes:

  • Buy a good repellant that has an ingredient called DEET (about 23%) and it will protect you for up to 5 hours.

  • Buy citronella candles or torches, because the smell they give off deters mosquitoes.

  • Don’t wear dark or heavy clothes during the summer.

  • Get rid of standing/stagnate water in your yard.

  • Get some chemical spray for your backyard

  • Eating garlic and lemons tend to deter mosquitoes.