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  Reply # 1491404 12-Feb-2016 21:21
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I believe that flies particularly are worse this year due to warm weather.  Your problems seem worse than most.  I would be tempted to get a pro in.



Personally, I'm not sure what  pro would do...



I suspect a pro would sort your fly out! wink

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  Reply # 1491445 12-Feb-2016 23:01
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seriously thoug Rip Cord is the best for roaches spiders n flies






One of the pest controllers I spoke to today said they won't use Ripcord inside as it is not odourless and isn't as relatively benign as the one they use, which is used in childcare centres etc.

Does anyone know of any alternatives to Ripcord?






Use RipCord for round the outside and one of those Raid cockroach bombs for inside  


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  Reply # 1491481 13-Feb-2016 08:32
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Hi, I have similar problems in thisnhouse - right beside the bush.




Ripcord works as does no more bugs super


Basically you are trying to make a barrier around your house, so do close to the bottom, the eaves, doors and windows.




Your most cost effective option is to go to a farming store like rd1 or farmlands. They sell 4 liters of concentrate for about the cost of a litre at the big boxes.


You'll end up with enough for 6 years.







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