Earwigs are attracted to moisture, so it is important to remove any sources of moisture from your home like leaky faucets, standing water, and humid areas.
Earwigs can enter your home through small openings, such as cracks in foundation, windows and doors. Seal up these openings to prevent earwigs.
Earwigs like to hide in dark, damp places. Remove any clutter, piles of leaves or debris, and excess moisture around your home to reduce their hiding places.
Earwigs are also attracted to food, so it is important to clean up any food spills or crumbs immediately to discourage earwigs from coming into your home.
Use traps like rolled-up newspaper, flower pots, or specially made ones, or repellents such as diatomaceous earth, boric acid, or essential oils to deter earwigs in your home.
If the infestation is severe, consider hiring a professional exterminator. They will assess the situation and provide a more effective solution to remove earwigs.