Which poison should be used to kill lizards?


There are no poisons specifically designed to kill lizards. If you want to remove lizards from around your home then you have to remove the things that make it a friendly habitat for lizards. Lizards enjoy living in cool places that are moist and full of small insects. This means that the lizards will live in your shrubbery, garden and trees in your yard. You can remove their food source by spraying for bugs on the outside of your home. You can also think about removing all shrubs and plants near your home.
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