Are you sick and tired of seeing those freaky, disgusting, long-legged little monsters scurrying up the walls in your bathroom, your kitchen, or .. even worse.. your bedroom?
Squishing them might make you feel like you’re making a difference, but it just doesn’t solve the problem. They’ll keep coming back again and again and again, especially after periods of damp weather.
Take the next 5 minutes to read over this page and let me show you exact same method I used to get rid of house centipedes once and for all… (and finally get a good night’s sleep!)
House centipedes are probably the most disgusting, terrifying pests you can find in your home. The look like they stepped right out of hell and into your living room.
Personally I think they’re much scarier than spiders because of their revolting "hairy" appearance and the break-neck speeds at which they run across the room. In my house we called them "hairy scarys".
My first encounter occurred in the spring of 2008. My husband and I moved from Vancouver, BC to Toronto, Ontario (in Canada.) We moved into an apartment and for the first time in my life I discovered the existence of these god-awful little monsters.
I couldn’t sleep. I wasn’t comforted with the knowledge that these things are actually fairly common on the east coast (nobody has them on the west coast.)
My tolerance for these stupid bugs was short-lived — I was not ok with having centipedes in the house.
My first house centipede control "method" was getting my husband to squish them! … BUT, they kept coming back again and again, never really getting the message. No matter how many he… Read more…