We recently heard from a reader who is curious about how to get rid of carpet beetle larvae. She wrote that she has been finding them under her bed, where there isn’t even any carpet.
We recently received a question from a reader who found an interesting creature in her toilet. She found it a while after anyone had last used the toilet, so it is unlikely that it came from a human. She said she has done a lot of research, but has been unable to match it to anything she has discovered.
We recently heard from a reader who found some worms in her shower. She said that after two days they had multiplied and had babies. She said she applied Clorox to the shower, but the worms returned. This has been going on for several months. She included several photos of the long, thin worms. They appear to be orange, red, or brown in color. Since there is nothing to compare the worms to in the photographs, it is difficult to determine the size of these creatures.
We recently heard from a reader who just moved into his new house and is being welcomed by worms. He said there are about ten different types, and about 50-100 dead ones on the sliding glass door in the front. He doesn’t know what to do and needs help getting rid of these creatures.
We received a question from a reader who is dealing with an insect in his kitchen and bathrooms. He said he has seen it in different sizes, and the smallest ones can barely be seen and are lighter in color. Finally, he said he cleans the bathroom every day but this creature still appears.