Get Your Wardrobe Disinfect

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Contemporary Wardrobe

Well, insects kind of love to get cozy and want to set up their residence in wardrobe, especially, but you have to find ways to annihilate them. With pests residing in your closet, you may experience that your favorite apparel meets untimely destruction thanking creepy crawlies or insects who especially like to live in a wooden wardrobe too much. Now here are some tips that can be followed to get the wardrobe to disinfect.

Home Remedies for Fruit Flies Indoor

Give special attention to clothes and prevent them from being insect-ridden. A home remedy is to use camphor and mix in the bowl of coconut oil and apply them to wardrobe walls and corners. Let this mix first dry, and then keep clothes back.

Pest Control Spray

Keep clothes in the sun once a month. Keep wardrobe doors open for an hour and wipe them clean with a cloth.

Spray disinfectant in wardrobe once a week. But prior, you will have to take clothes out before and let the disinfectant settle for an hour or more before you keep your clothes back in the wardrobe.

Another important thing is prevention which you can do through:

Take small cotton bags and add naphthalene, mix with dry red chili, and dry neem. Store these bags in various corners and portions of the wardrobe.

Wood Perfume Balls

One cup of gram flour, add boric powder, add one teaspoon sugar, mix it all in water and then form small balls, which are then kept in the wardrobe. These are best to ward off the cockroaches.

Other important things to do are:

There should be no accumulated dirt below the bed and wardrobe and also in the corner of rooms.

You can keep camphor slices in corners of the room, ward off preventing flies and mosquitoes.

If you have a red ant’s problem, you can use the boric powder.

Large Bay Leaf

Keeping the neem leaves below the bedsheet.

Use a covered dustbin and ensure to clean it every day.

Wipe the floor and corners with soap, kerosene in hot water.

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Mamta Bhanushali is a home decor blogger. She is an aesthetician by heart who often writes about Home decorating and DIY ideas. She loves sparking creativity and giving them ideas for their own spaces.

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