When summer comes, and temperatures increase, so does the number of people suffering from Stink Bugs. Nothing is more irritating than seeing your home being infested in a short space of time. One of stink bugs’ distinguishing characteristics is that they know how to make an entrance: they can swoop down from above and strike a certain target on the ground as if preparing for a surprise attack.
During the autumn, tiny black bugs look for a warm place to spend the season, which is always your home. They are drawn to comfort and sunshine because if there are any gaps in the house, they will discover them. Tiny black bugs in the house are both irritation and danger.
Use a vacuum cleaner.
Start sucking up these bugs when you see them if you have a vacuum cleaner, preferably a portable hand-held kind. Look all around the house for these pests and suck them mercilessly. If you want your home to be bug-free, don’t be gentle with them and strive effectively to clean them up.
Keep extra vacuum bags in hand because the vacuum bag would stink after collecting the bugs. Bugs that are either dead or alive will be sucked up by the cleaner. Do not check for these bugs if they are alive or not; suck these bugs in a vacuum cleaner and throw them out.
Secure your house
These black bugs are tiny and can enter your home through some small holes. These bugs would be able to reach your home if you have damaged windows and holes in the door. Visible light attracts these bugs. These bugs will be drawn to your lamp if you turn it on at night. Check that the door or windows nearest the lamp that you turn on at night are tightly secured and have no holes.
To shield your home from these pests, move outside this before the beginning of winter and look for any cracks or holes outside the house; after you have found these gaps, cover them with a high-quality silicone caulk. This will keep the pests out of your home.
Use dust control
If you want to get away from these bugs in vast and difficult to reach environments, try using the dust treatment process. This procedure can hold bugs away for up to a year and is more successful than solvent or aerosol therapies. It is also good at keeping other insects at bay in both wet and dry environments.
The disadvantages of this approach is the risk of a spike in the carpet beetles feeding on the dead tiny black bugs; if this occurs, you could have another issue with carpet beetles targeting your fiber goods or items.
The Final Verdict
Having tiny black bugs in your home is a nightmare. The more you strive to rid yourself of them, the sooner you will be able to reclaim your life. Do not pity these bugs; declare battle on them and fight them to the death. Hold them at a distance to get rid of them for real.