Using Envelopes to Deliver Insecticide
Abe Lincoln made his famous Gettysburg address which, it is said, he wrote in 1863 on an envelope. As Honest Abe discovered, there are a uses for envelopes besides letters.
Want to shoot some insecticide powder into a tiny crack under baseboards or around lower cabinets? Place the insecticide powder into a regular envelope, seal it using a damp paper towel (don’t lick it). Then snip off a corner and hold it near where you want the powder to go.
Gently squeeze the two outer edges together until the two sides separate a bit and draw in air. Release — and whoosh! — you’ll blow your little friends a message sealed with a deadly kiss. Hasta la bye-bye, dudes.