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Not a single lizard can be seen in the house, just do this little remedy


Not a single lizard can be seen in the house, just do this little remedy

The arrival of lizards usually increases indoors when the summer season begins. Yes, although lizards are not seen in the house during the winter season, summer season is their favorite season. Perhaps this is the reason why lizards go out most of the summer season. In such a situation, we try many ways to get the lizard out of the house.

Getting rid of lizards this way

Now it is clear that there are lizards in the house where there are small children. Apart from this, young women and girls are also very scared when they see a lizard and if the lizard is around them, they are unable to pay attention to anything else. In this case, we will tell you some simple ways to try and keep your home safe from lizards.

Best ways to get rid of lizards:

Pepper spray: Let's say this spray is very easy to make. Yes, to make this spray, you just have to mix black pepper powder with water. Just pour the mixture into a spray bottle and spray in every corner of the house where lizards appear. However, before using it, shake it well and then sprinkle it on different parts of the house. The lizard will run away from the house because of its smell.

Garlic and onions: Both of these are now used to flavor food, but can also get rid of lizards. Mix onion juice and water in a spray bottle according to this method. Then add a few drops of garlic juice, stir well and mix. Now sprinkle it in the corner of the house where lizards are most visible. You can also keep a clove of garlic if you want. Indeed both onion and garlic have a pungent odor and the lizard escapes with its smell.

See cold water and phenyl tablets:

Ice cold water: Although you use ice cold water every day during the summer season but did you know that this cold ice water is very helpful in removing lizards. Really cold weather is not conducive for lizards to live and that is why they do not go out in the winter season. So if cold ice water is sprinkled on them, they immediately flee the place. Sprinkle ice cold water wherever you see a lizard and do so continuously for several days. This lizard will run away from your home.

Phenyl: You use phenyl tablets to protect clothes from worms. Just where you see a lizard, put two tablets of phenyl. The remarkable thing is that the lizard will move away from the house because of its smell.

Easy Desk Organizer Ideas, its help you

in this video you can see very useful diy ideas for desk video untill end.

- Tissue Holder
- Desk Organizer
- Pencil Desk Decor
- Cute Elephant Desk Organizer
- Pineapple Desk Decor
- Popsicle Sticks Desk Decor

These awesome DIY ideas are cost- efficient as well. Most of the ideas take less time than you think to get yourself organized and into a clutter-free space...

How to make wall plants pots from plastic bottles


How to make wall plants pots from plastic bottles

Collect as much as plastic bottles you can. If possible collect same type of bottles. Remove the label and everything off it.

Cut the middle curved area as shown...and put the soil in side the bottle.

Gently put your dear plants inside it. Give it little water. You can hang it on the wall,backyard,etc...if inside your home it is will fresh oxygen from it. Which will save your health.

Don't threw away the bottles...recycle it by your own imagination!

Amazing Vertical Garden Using Plastic Bottles


Recycle series of plastic bottles for vertical gardening. Greening your walls, recycling and planting your favorite plants or flowers. Very easy, cheap and beautiful. You can grow vegetables if you want, in this video I grow Moss Roses. It is my favorite flower.

Portulaca grandiflora (Moss Rose) is a colorful annual plant which creates a stunning carpet of attractive succulent foliage, covered with a profusion of brightly colored, single, semi-double or double, ruffled flowers, 1 in. across (2.5 cm). Blooming fromlate spring to frost, the flowers open their crepe paper petals on sunny days and close at night or when it is cloudy. They are available in pink, violet, white, red, salmon, orange... the fleshy, needle-like, succulent leaves are borne in clusters along reddish stems.