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Coping With the Asian Invasion. Manufacturers pumped out the dressers, beds, tables, sofas and recliners, mainly in small Southeastern towns. Then, twice a year, they brought their wares to trade shows in High Point, N.C., where buyers from the nation's thousands of furniture stores arrived en masse to place their orders. What Author: Dan Morse.

Tips for dealing with a ladybug infestation: Seal all cracks and openings around doors, windows, outlets, eaves, pipes, and any place an insect might enter. Don’t underestimate their ability to squeeze in! Use foaming sealants to close up drafty crevices, and apply weather stripping to older doors. This will lower your heating bill, too.

walls, furniture, and countertops, and can be hazardous to the health of people and pets. Therefore, a vacuum cleaner with a hose attachment is a simple tool that can be used to remove beetles from the interior of the home. However, I recommend disposing of the vacuum bag immediately after use, or simply releasing captured beetles outdoors.Author: Eric J. Rebek.

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