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  •  Bulk items like dry beans, flour, rice, any grain (5+ / 0-)

    or food made from grain, may have miniscle weevils in it. Either bought home from the store, or in your pantry. It is recommended these foods be put in the freezer for a period of time. Then stored in bug proof containers. Some of these containers must block light.

    I live in an apartment. Sales and coupons for household products are good. Sales for coffee, tea, other items that lose flavor are not.

    Small freezer. Small fridge. I need to use the fridge for flaxseed, bulger(Ocean State Job Lot), spices, flour, any item that may be a attractive to bugs of any kind.

    Cockroaches eat soup, they have been known to eat the paste off envelopes.

    I live in an apartment building. Regular extermination service. it really matters who your neighbors are.

    The Shaws across the street has a small flyer for us with four copy size pages. The Shaws/Star markets in the town around us have 6 to 8 page flyers, full newspaper size.

    My personal computer is limited, can't post without tagging on. Community computer better. Pardon tagging to comments, spelling, please.

    by CuriousBoston on Sat Oct 06, 2012 at 04:21:01 PM PDT

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