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Article to Consumers: Don't Do Your Own Pest Control

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According to the following article from AOL, there are eight jobs consumers should not do themselves, including pest control.

| November 9, 2010

According to the following article from AOL, there are eight jobs consumers should do themselves, including pest control.

"Some insects, like pharaoh ants, will scatter and relocate to multiple locations in your house if you disturb their habitat without killing them all," the article reads. "You could also make your kids or your pets sick if you don't follow application directions properly. So why risk it?"

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