Using Envelopes to Deliver Insecticide
By onthehouse on May 13, 2014
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.
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