Speaking of the times, let’s begin this note on effective pest control by briefly recalling back in the day. Back in the day, the methods and materials that pest control technicians utilized to rid households, retail stores and factories and office buildings of pests were humungous. It was no mean feat to clear an apartment block fully of the plague of pests, rats, mice, rodents, all of it, inspects, cockroaches and creatures that bite in the night like mosquitoes and ticks.
But within months they would all be back. The pests would be back, in no uncertain terms. They liked it where they were to begin with. And subsequently, the pest control technicians would be hauled back, back to ground zero. They would not, however, be hauled over the coals, because back in the day, it was accepted that all manner of pests was resilient as hell and no matter how powerful and strong the poisons were, they would still return.
People would merely gasp, cough and splutter if they were lucky. But worse, the more vulnerable would become quite ill while the pests gleefully went on with their destructive business. Time is running out. Time to take a firm grip of this pestilential problem. But this time, there’s going to be quite a surprise for the pests, like a hard smack in the face. Because today’s pest control truck equipment comes armed with the most deadliest of dooms ever.
It originates from the jungles where the laws of nature have always been helter skelter. Moving along with the times, it is customary practice to go as organic as possible. And pest control measures are no exception because the organic materials being used are far deadlier than those of back in the day.