Aug 242015
 

 

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Oh yeah!  Its back-to-school time & class is in session … One of the cool things is Orkin is back with Household Pests 101 – featuring some of Orkin’s scientific knowledge of pests. The Orkin Man is here to help you #LearnWithOrkin so you don’t get schooled by pest problems in your own home!  That’s entirely too cool.  Take it from one that HATES BUGS, and I’m allergic to small insect bites, so I hate them even more than the average wife!  ~snicker-snicker~

Back-To-School doesn’t just mean for the kids!  You see, Orkin knows that moms are on the go more than ever and wants to make sure you’re all set when driving the kids to soccer practice, racing to make it to school on time and just maybe getting a minute for yourself!

So let’s see how we can help you out!  Orkin has requested that I share with you Orkin’s Household Pests 101 blog app and ask you to test your knowledge by taking the Pest Prevention Pop Quiz!  After which you can enter below in the rafflecopter for a Orkin Back-To-School Prize Pack to be awarded to one of my lucky readers!

The Orkin Back-To-School Prize Pack includes:

One (1) Silver USB Portable Charger – We know you’re on the go from sun up to sun down and you can’t afford not to be accessible. This emergency charger is small, sleek and can help your phone keep up with your busy lifestyle!

One (1) Double Wall Stainless Steel Travel Mug w/ lid – Your car isn’t the only thing that needs fueling up in the morning … this stainless steel travel mug is a great way to ensure your morning coffee is always within arm’s reach.

One (1) Orkin “Protect Your Home” PDF Checklist – This handy checklist from the experts at Orkin will help you think like a pest in order to help protect your home from pests.

So let’s get this show on the road…

So who wants to win?  Alright then let’s enter the rafflecopter below:

GOOD LUCK TO ALL!!!
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Each household is only eligible to win Back to School Prize Pack via blog reviews and giveaways. Only one entrant per mailing address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.

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  12 Responses to “Orkin Household Pests 101 Back to School Pack Ends 9.16”

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    Didn’t get a chance to enter a name for the quiz but I did it as Ann Cluck.

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    We had an awful fruit fly infestation in TX this summer. Found out that apple cider in a jar with foil top sealed with small holes in it worked. They can get it, but they cannot swim. Also fly strips, but those are so nasty looking.

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    I got on the Honor Roll!

    We’ve had termites in the bathroom before. They were eating up the original water board around the tub. My husband just got rid of the board, and sprayed the heck out of the area soaking it with bug spray. Did the job.

    This year we had a lot of flies. There were hundreds of them on the screens on the open windows. It as sickening. As soon as we opened a door, two or three would fly in. We were in constant monitor mode with a flyswatter in one hand. We always get one bug each year that is like a plague.

    What do you do when you have a snake in the house? You call the hubby home from work while you and the kids sit up off the floor watching the recliner chair that it slipped inside of. Let him deal with it! (Wasn’t a poisonous snake.)

  4.  

    that mice can fit thru a hole the size of a dime

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    we block all openings from outside and keep traps and poisons in hidden places

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    I learned that flies catty the most germs

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    Got ants just spared

  8.  

    I received honor roll and I learned mice can get through a whole the size of a dime

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    i really learned that mice can fit thru a hole the size of a dime, very interested

  10.  

    i would say the best tip would be leaving up bug traps all throughout the year

  11.  

    i learned that a mouse can fit thru a dime size hole

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    I spray my house every 3 months to keep pest away

Thanks for the lovely comment!