The wardrobe is used to store clothes and keep the house clean and tidy. It is an indispensable piece of furniture for every family. The closet closes the door to form a closed space. If used improperly, it is easy to breed insects, soil clothes and damage the wardrobe. So how does the wardrobe prevent pests? Share some practical wardrobe pest control tips for everyone.
Wardrobe pest control practical skills
1. Different types of clothing are classified and stored. For example, some wool clothes can be stored in plastic bags or plastic boxes. In order to prevent cotton clothing from shrinking, it can be rolled up and stored. If you have a vacuum bag at home, you can put some seasonal clothes, such as thick quilts, coats, etc., can be put into a vacuum bag and then placed in the closet to avoid the worms.
2, the wardrobe should not contain unwashed clothing, cockroaches, mites and mites all like dark clothes corners, if there are food smells, residues, etc. on the clothes, it is easier to attract these pests. Clothes that have not yet been completely dry are placed in the closet, which increases the humidity inside the closet and breeds pests and bacteria.
3, the purchase of the wardrobe should have a good sealing door, usually open after use, should be closed in time. Many people put mothballs in the closet to prevent insects, but many mothballs sold on the market now affect the health of the human body, so we can buy some unprocessed lavender instead of mothballs, which is more healthy and environmentally friendly.
4, the most important thing is that the wardrobe should be cleaned regularly to keep the interior clean and dry. Insects do not like the dry environment, and often keep the inside of the wardrobe dry to prevent pests. Dry tea can be placed in the closet, which can get rid of the deodorant and taste, and will not have adverse effects on people.
Mastering these simple and practical insect-proof techniques can prevent the wardrobe or clothing from being damaged by insects or sanitary problems, and prolong the service life of the wardrobe.