Some of the preventative precautions you may take to keep snakes from curling up in your toilet bowl has been listed below.
The greatest strategy to keep a snake from entering your toilet is to make your home less appealing to them in the first place.
1. Keep the bathroom’s windows and sliding doors shut or make sure the screens are intact so a snake can’t get in.
2. Use the proper rodent protection to avoid a mouse or rat infestation in your home. Snakes will follow the path of food, so if you have mice or rats near or within your home, get rid of them as soon as possible.
3. Make sure all the bushes around your house are cleared and well burned to keep rodents and reptiles away.
4. Another thing to remember is that you should always fumigate your toilet sink on a regular basis. Pesticides specifically designed for this purpose are available.
5. Keep your toilet lid closed at all times, and cover your bathroom filter with a flat tile when you’re not in the bathroom to prevent the reptile from moving further through the pipes, and make sure all pipes are well fixed and closed.
6. Always check inside your toilet sink before sitting on it, avoid using the toilet in the dark, and public restrooms are dangerous to use in any case.
If you have to use them, don’t sit directly on them; instead, raise your buttocks slightly above the bowl and keep an eye on them.
7. Finally, in Nigeria, an easy antidote is to combine 2ltr – 4ltr kerosene with N100 salt and flush your toilets once a month.
The mixture of salt and kerosene is toxic to these reptiles.
All these are easy and best ways to prevent snakes from getting into your toilet bowls. Give it a try today and save yourself that scary and shocking moment.
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