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Hygiene plays a vital role in both the prevention and treatment of textile pests. At Rentokil, we have access to multiple control methods, which can provide quick and efficient control of an infestation in your home or business.
Our services guarantee a safe and reliable solution and includes a combination of:
We have been trusted in Kenya for over 60 years to provide expert pest control solutions for both homes and businesses.
Our experience in treating textiles pests, combined with the unsurpassed expertise of our technicians, ensures you can rely on our services and products to offer the best solution for an infestation.
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Non-chemical solutions include the simple act of vacuuming. This plays an important role in removing cast skins and eggs, which helps to break the natural lifecycle of textile pests and reduce their population in your property.
Where possible, regularly washing fabric items and carefully storing clothes, will also help to keep your items safe from damage.
Vacuuming - ensure you vacuum upholstered furniture and underneath items of furniture, not just carpets and rugs. Carpet edges next to skirting boards should also be carefully vacuumed. Pet bedding should also be regularly cleaned. It is important to immediately discard the content of your vacuum cleaner outside of your property.
Storing clothes - if you intend to store clothing for a long time, you should ensure all items have been washed and are clean. Wrap up items in plastic to keep them safe from textile pests.
Our chemical control solutions involve the careful use of insecticides in areas identified with signs of an infestation. Insecticides may be applied through the method of surface-space sprays or dusts.
Furniture may have to be moved and carpets and rugs pulled back to ensure appropriate treatment to all affected areas.
We advise our customers to de-clutter and ensure a thorough vacuuming of all carpet areas prior to insecticidal treatment.
Contact us to arrange a survey of your home or business to identify the need for textile pest treatment.