Pests have been in existence since the civilization of man. They are drawn to or clash with you due to a variety of reasons, these include; their desire to survive, or when you encroach into their habitats. Life is always a constant race for survival for every living being. Pests are no exception.
Various pests have deloped taste for human food and other ways of life, the main categories of pests include rodents, reptiles, arachnids, and insects both flying and crawling. Most insects might be small in stature, but they pack a wide range of arsenal including bites, venom or disease-causing pathogens.
While on the road you might encounter, fleas, mosquitoes, flies, bedbugs, bees, wasps, hornets, cockroaches, probably cloth moths among others. A West Chester wasp control expert gives you some tips and tricks that should go a long way in shielding you from the possible effects of the presence and attacks of these insect pests.
These are some smallest pests in the world but one of the most dangerous. They ferry plasmodium, a parasite responsible for a lot of deaths around the globe. To shield yourself from these killers, it is important to ensure you sleep under a mosquito net or carry an anti-mosquito spray.
Bedbugs and fleas:
These blood-sucking pests are perfect in playing hide and seek. They have the capability of causing pain and skin infections. When you spot these pests, it is proper to immediately inform your host and transfer to a bedbug or a flea free room for the night if possible.
Cloth moths are notorious for ruining clothes by making holes right through them. If you are not sure whether your hotel room wardrobe is infested by these pests or not, it is important not to hang your clothes in there. The best solution while on the road is throw in a cedar block in your suitcase while packing your clothes. A lavender sachet in your suitcase is also a very good idea and using an airtight suitcase with also kill these unwanted travelers if some manage to sneak in with your clothing.
There are numerous species of flies around you. Flies are not only disgusting to come across but they also have a reputation of causing diseases, especially upon landing on your food. When in or out of your room in an area that has flies, it is important to close all the windows. Ensuring that your food is covered will also prevent flies when landing on your food and laying eggs. Traveling with an all-purpose insecticide spray will also be a great idea.
Bees, wasps, and hornets:
These insects become pests when they decide to live near you. If you are in your hotel room, jogging or just doing a nature walk and you happen to spot a nest of wasps or a swarm of bees it is important not to deter them or get defensive, they can be aggressive and attack you sometimes with lethal consequences if you are allergic to the venom. If outdoors lie down and let the swarm of bees fly past you, for hornets and wasps alert your host as soon as possible.