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Thread: How to get rid of lizards?

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    Default How to get rid of lizards?

    Any good idea to share on getting rid of those irritating lizards?

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    Get a cat to chase them away? My friend swears by this!

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    How about exterminating the lizards' food source? Get a can of Baygon and spray to death all the flies and bugs! No food, no lizard.

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    I tried spraying all kinds of insecticide. It does not work. There was once I sprayed so much insecticide that I fell sick.

    I just engage a pest control professional to help with this, they told me it will take up to 4 treatments before we can get rid of them, but they also said will never beable to get rid of them permanently as they will come back again as soon as I stop treatment.

    I hate lizards!

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    Lizards aren't so bad. They eat the nastier creepy-crawlies!

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    Keep a cat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slow learner View Post
    Keep a cat.
    That's right! Witty Cat can help!

    Meow! Meow!

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    Hello, What kind of lizards are these? are they house lizards, geckos? and how they cause irritation in anyway? In my opinion are nice home companion, they actually help to get rid of pest such as mosquitoes, silverfish, flies and flying termites. In addition, in many renovations for example - renovations dufferin county they are left to live in any parts of house to keep insect pests at bay.

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    huhhhhhh!!
    Its really horrible while lizards are at home..

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