How Do I Get Rid of Maggots in My Wheelie Bin?


Maggots are larva of a fly in the order Dipetra. You can get rid of maggots by killing them using lice shampoo, lice bedding spray, raid wasp and hornet killer, formula 409 and carburettor cleaner. Alternatively, you can prevent maggots from re-appearing by ensuring your bin's lid seals properly so that flies cannot get inside to lay their larvae.
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Maggots are flies in their pupa stage of development. Maggots can be killed by Products containing permethrin like Doggie shampoo or lice shampoo or by simply using boiling water by sweeping them all into a bucket and pour boiling water.
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