Termites are enormous problem in homes. They are hard to treat and are reason of destruction of the house wooden furniture or base. Wooden items are best décor and attraction of the house. Wooden is used for interior and exterior both purposes. So for house owners it’s almost impossible to ignore such problematic pests.
Termites can be treated by any pest control spray used for other pests as they live inside wooden structure. How to treat termites itself is a big question. But for organic lovers it even more serious question that, can termites be treated using organic or natural products? Will organic solution work against termites?
Let’s dig into to find out some organic/natural and effective solution to use against termites.
Home remedies for termites
Sunlight is best and efficient way to treat termite problem. The only condition is it needs little patience to show result. Leave the wooden object (that has termite infestation) in bright sunlight continually at least for 7 days.
Also allow sunlight to enter your house.
Boric acid is one of the organic solutions to get rid of termites. Make the spray by diluting boric acid in water. Spray the solution on infected areas. After only few applications you will notice the benefits of using boric acid solution. Along with this methods if you use sun exposure method too it can be provide fast results.
Vinegar can be present in every home. Vinegar can be used to clean kitchen counter, and many things. Vinegar doesn’t limit on cleaning and making Chinese dish. Vinegar also act as great termite repellent. Take half cup of vinegar mix it with juice of two lemons.
Mix it well and your natural termite repellent is ready. Spray he solution where you doubt have termite infestation.
I never thought boric acid mixed with water could be an effective solution to a termite infestation. My mom bought several packets of boric powder before. I’ll give that a try and see if it works. Otherwise, I’ll have to hire a professional pest control company. http://powerfulpestmanagement.com/termites