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Keeping Holiday Treats Pest-Free

Throughout the holidays, families spend more time in the kitchen cooking for dinners, baking for parties and socializing.  Watch out for those uninvited guests that could be hiding in the cupboards, especially in those baking ingredients that have not been touched in a while. Ants, earwigs and other pests can invade your home and once inside can quickly find homes in close proximity to food.

Pantry pests tend to gather around food such as flour, cereals, spices and chocolate stored in cabinets.  They can easily contaminate stored food and become a serious problem if left unchecked.  By following a few easy tips, you can protect and enjoy pest-free ingredients all season long.

Heavy plastic or glass containers with airtight, secure lids keep pantries looking nice and help protect food.  By adding a bay leaf to canisters and packages of dry goods, the herbs’ pungent scent repels many pests.  Most pantry pest are brought into home from items that are already infested. Check packages for any holes or broken seals before placing them in your cart.  Remember to check the expiration dates on baking ingredients before use.  Wipe up crumbs and spills as soon as possible.  Look for any cracks and holes where pests might be coming into your home and seal them shut.

InCide® Pest Control will kill ants, earwigs and many other listed pests upon contact with the insulation and is intended to prevent infestations anywhere the product is applied.  InCide® is treated with a highly effective pesticide and fire-retardant.  It is highly recommended for use in new construction and retrofit application in attics, sidewalls and crawl spaces.

InCide® is authorized by USDA for use in federally inspected meat and poultry plants and is recommended for houses, apartments, offices, food processing plants, hospitals, restaurants, schools and hotels.  InCide® is certified and approved by the EPA and may only be installed by a licensed pest management company.