Maggots are 1-inch pointed head white larvae, which are typically found in decaying organic matter. You can find maggots in regions with rotten food stuff, decaying matter, feces, and other filths.
As we already know, maggots have their origins in filths and decaying organic matter, so if we want to eliminate them from their source, then we have to keep our surroundings neat & clean.
- Prohibit the water enclosure near your house. - Remove all the garbage present in your garden, dustbin, or any closed room.
Check these possible signs: - Large numbers of flies around your house and near the carpet. - An unpleasant smell is coming out of the trash bin.
Use White Vinegar: Due to its high acidity and antibacterial nature, white vinegar acts as a death-dealing method for maggots. Still, many people are skeptical about its impact, so you must be very careful while using it.
Use Insecticide: Buy an insecticide from the market or nearby store after checking its toxicity so it doesn’t harm your family or pet. You can also use household ingredients like tomato leaf, vegetable oil, etc. for this.
Use Boiling Water: This single-step method can easily remove all maggots from your carpet by causing protein coagulation on it.
Use Salt: Salt is another easy one-step solution because it sucks out water from the body of maggots. Due to this, the little white larva dies due to dehydration.
Use Boric Acid Paste: Boric acid targets the nervous system and stomach of maggots and kills them instantly after they eat it.