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What are the red slender bugs in the bathroom? How to deal with red nematodes in the bathroom?

2022-12-05 01:55:38 [Wall decoration ] source:iohomedecor.com
What are the red slender bugs in the bathroom? How to deal with red nematodes in the bathroom?

If the bathroom is too wet, it will cause a lot of small bugs to appear. If you see red slender bugs on the bathroom floor tiles, do you feel disgusted? In fact, this is the more common water earthworm. Now, let's take a look at how to deal with red nematodes in the bathroom!

1. What are the red slender worms in the bathroom?

These are water worms, don't be afraid, we also have them in our bathroom. Try to keep the bathroom as dry as possible and you'll be fine. If it does appear, use laundry detergent, laundry detergent, toilet cleaner, body wash, etc. to kill it.

Second, how to deal with red nematodes in the bathroom

Use high content of beta-cyhalothrin. Red nematodes, also called waterworms, live mainly on the surface of sludge. You can pour 5% of Ruigong insecticide into a watering can to dilute it, and then spray it on the crevice of the bathroom floor. There are more red nematodes. After spraying, close the door of the room for an hour or so, then open it again, and then spray it again after four days. If you spray it again, it will basically be cured. In daily life, the bathroom should be ventilated frequently, the floor should be kept dry, and the gaps in the floor should be filled, which can effectively prevent the breeding of red nematodes.

III. How did the red nematodes in the bathroom come from?

1. Users who use water tanks or other secondary water supply facilities found red in the tap water nematodes. The main reason is that the water tank or other secondary water supply facilities are not well managed and not cleaned in time, causing pollution. Earthworm eggs deposited in the tank hatch and develop into red nematodes. 2. After the faucet is turned on for a period of time, there are still red nematodes flowing out. This is related to the aging of the internal pipes of the community or users, the growth of microorganisms in the water caused by aging and corrosion, or the damage or leakage of the pipes, and the valves are not tight. Red nematodes live in large numbers in gutters and pipes. Every night, they crawl out of the sewer, along the wall of the pool and the water pipe into the outlet of the user's faucet, gather into a ball, and form a negative pressure after the water is cut off. , causing the water tank of the fish tank and toilet connected to the water pipe to absorb water, and the user flushed it out in the morning, causing the illusion of red nematodes flowing out of the tap water.

(Responsible editor:Ceiling decoration)

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