Silverfish bugs have been around for over 300.000 years, so they are stubborn animals. Because of their size and color, it is hard to spot them. They are more active in the dark than daytime. Mostly they are happy with your basement, however, if there is food left out, they would easily venture in your kitchen as well.
Silverfish elimination methods in Norway include placing traps around the walls and floorboards; that is their normal route for trying to discover food. If you have furniture against the wall, this would provide them a great hiding place and safe route around the house.
Silverfish need moisture for their survival, so you should check all your pipes and bathrooms for leaks. If there are any leaks in your home, fix them immediately. Also, try to keep your house dry during the cold winter months by using humidifiers or dehumidifiers. You can read more about long-tailed silverfish from this skjeggkre wiki.
There are different sprays and powders for silverfish elimination, and they are not always safe to use around children or pets. If you have a dog or a cat, you might find that this is not the right solution. There are some home remedies and methods regarding silverfish elimination, including natural traps and substances, however, their efficiency has not been confirmed so far.
Just like ants, silverfish bugs can get used to natural substances, therefore, you would like to look for proven to work methods. If you use unauthorized substances or sprays designed for other insects, you will be disappointed; most of them do not work on silverfish bugs.
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The main problem is not capturing the adult bugs, but finding and eliminating the eggs. Silverfish eggs can be laid all over the house, to make sure the reproduction is assured. Silverfish are clever, therefore, they do not lay all eggs at the same place. Professional and safe traps should be used for bugs, but eggs need to be taken care of as well. That is why you need to contact an experienced silverfish pest control.
Silverfish are not dangerous but their presence can cause damage to your property.