Used Tea Bags to Get Rid Of Mice, Spiders and Cockroaches

Is there a rat living in your kitchen cupboards? Or, are the cockroaches on your bedroom walls bothering you?

This pest-busting, life saving and simple trick will enable you to get rid of unwanted ‘house guests’ for good. It is peppermint tea. The best thing is, you would not need to waste your brew.

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The trick is simple: leave the used peppermint tea bag in the area of infestation. It is highly recommended that you use 4 tea bags per room for best results. Peppermint is long known for its mice-repellent properties, as its smell deters and irritates their noses. For spiders, they can also be driven away with the use of either cinnamon or lemon oil.

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What to do exactly?

Here is what you have to do:

  1. Boil a pot of peppermint tea.
  2. Once boiled, of course, enjoy a cup of tea yourself while that mouse is out on his last food tour around your kitchen. 🙂
  3. Take the tea bags and spread them around your house. Be generous to the places where those uninvited guests are suspected.
  4. In the next 2-3 days, your house will be free from spiders and mice. Not only that! It will smell wonderful as well.

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While this remedy will probably work for mice and spiders, cockroaches may still wander around. To deal with these disgusting pests you may need a whole new home remedy. No worries! Here is the best ever DIY solution to get rid of roaches once and for all. 


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