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Old 11-25-2018, 06:58 PM   #1
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Critter control.

This is a question for re-loaders. I haven't reloaded in several years. Wanting to get back into it. My loading bench is my work bench in the garage and the cabinet that most of my stuff is stored has not been opened since the last time I reloaded. I opened the door and there is silverfish and gecko lizards out he wazoo in there. Eating everything made of paper and $#!++!^@ all over every thing. I tried to clean it out but the critters stayed in the cartons, books, papers Etc. My question: has anyone ever needed/had to use one of the bug bombs in a situation like this? I'm afraid the chemicals in the bug bombs may be corrosive and attack the metal in the loading components. If so is there any recomendations for getting rid of the critters?
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Old 11-25-2018, 08:22 PM   #2
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Clean all the metal components and get a box to put them in. One with a good seal. Then bombs away
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