Make a 50-50 solution of water and vinegar. With the solution repeat the wiping process not forgetting about the cabinets, doorknobs, drawers, and cupboards. After wiping down the surfaces discard the cloth immediately. Proceed to mop the floors using warm soapy water to get rid of the remaining fumigants.Normally, you can go back home three days after fumigation. Give your house enough time to air out, then do a thorough cleaning. The first thing to do is to check if there are food items that have been left exposed during the entire fumigation process.Fumigation typically lasts four years, but we recommend a termite inspection every two to four years to keep your home protected. Because termites can sometimes secret themselves away in areas where fumigations can't reach, make sure to note any signs of damage after a treatment.


The simple answer is “Clean first and get the pest control done after.” By doing this your home will be clean and sanitized ensuring that your pest control service is effective.Fumigation is a method of using a lethal gas to exterminate pests within an enclosed space. There are two fumigation methods used. One is to seal the structure with plastic, tape, or other materials, and the other is to enclose the structure in a tent of vinyl-coated nylon tarpaulins.Regular fumigation of your house will lead to a pest-free environment. After fumigation, you will need to clean your home to get rid of any chemicals before you get into the house. Cleaning a house after fumigation will also get rid of the dead pests lying around the house.

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