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Banish Carpet Bugs With One Familiar Kitchen Staple
While baking soda doesn't kill on contact, it can dehydrate carpet bugs, also known as carpet beetles, eventually leading to their demise.
In addition to disrupting their ability to retain moisture, the odor of baking soda acts like a deterrent and makes them less likely to infest areas that have been treated with it.
Generously sprinkle baking soda on your carpets, where you've seen carpet beetles gather. You can also mix baking soda and water in a spray bottle to use on hard to reach spots.
You can also make a thick baking soda paste and apply areas where carpet beetles may be entering. Letting it set overnight will yield better results.