Sure.. squishing them might make you feel like you’re making a difference, but it just doesn’t solve the problem. They’ll keep coming back again and again and again. So take the next 5 minutes to read over this page and you will learn exactly what you need to know to get rid of silverfish…
The fact that you’ve arrived at this website should be evidence enough that you want to get rid of your silverfish infestation. But like most people, you may not think silverfish are anything more than a "nuisance pest."
But the more you find out about silverfish, the more you will start to realize that not taking action against them is a very poor decision. They are much more harmful and intrusive than you may think.
I hope you haven’t poured yourself a bowl of morning cereal only to find that you have to REMOVE BUGS FROM IT before eating!!!
Here’s the worst part… Even if you haven’t actually SEEN them in your cereal, you might be eating the eggs they have laid in your cereal boxes!!!!
If you’ve ever tried searching for a solution online, the most common thing you’ll hear is that you’ll you’ll need to fix the water damage in your home in order to get rid of silverfish and to keep them gone forever.
Well THAT sounds expensive! Some of us don’t have the time or money for that kind of solution. (And if you’ve got landlords, good luck trying to convince them to help you there.)
There is a simple and easy solution to get rid of silverfish forever. And, NO! You don’t need to spend hundreds of dollars fixing the damp conditions in your home!
My tolerance for these stupid bugs finally reached its threshold when one of them crawled over my arm when I was lying in bed one night. I said to myself "That’s it! I’ve had it."
My first silverfish control "method" was squishing them! … BUT, they kept coming back again and again, never really getting the message. No matter how many I squished, I’d keep seeing them day after day.
So I searched online for a solution but there isn’t really any helpful information out there. Most of it was scattered and spotty at best. I couldn’t find any decent guidance to solving this problem and I wasn’t about to renovate my apartment to get rid of them.
Also, the idea of spreading potentially harmful "extermination chemicals" around my sinks, cupboards, shelves and bathroom just didn’t sound too appealing either.
After a bunch of frustrating attempts to apply the shabby extermination advice that was available online, I finally figured out a system for how to get rid of silverfish once and for all. And it’s not terribly complicated (but nothing really seems that complicated once you figure it out, right?)
Since figuring it out my 100 year old, water damaged apartment has been silverfish-free for over two years!
I have had an extremely high success rate…