Recently, Nigerians have been paying additional attention to their water closets and toilet bowls. Snakes
This has been happening since the tale of the female NAF personnel who died as a result of a snake bite in her toilet on Friday, November 19 went out.
Checks show that it is not very common for snakes to be found in toilets. Most reptiles would find it impossible to jump or enter the toilets; instead, they prefer to enter through cracks, beneath doors, and crevices in the concrete chambers in the back of the home, where sewage pipes are attached.
Snakes have been spotted more often under houses or in roof cavities than in toilets, but snakes can slither and crawl their way into toilets through a sewer system.
The greatest strategy to keep a snake from entering your toilet is to make your home less appealing to them in the first place.
In this article, we’ll look at ten highly efficient strategies to keep snakes away from your toilet and not be bitten by them.
1. Keep your environment clear of bushes
2. Close your windows or sliding doors
Keep your bathroom windows and sliding doors closed, or make sure the screens are intact, so a snake can’t get in.
3. Eliminate snake food sources
So eliminate snake foods such as rodents, lizards, and geckos by cleaning the house of clutter, removing waste, and removing musty odours.
4. Close your toilet lid
5. Snake protection box
6. Fumigate Your Toilet
7. Check the toilet before you sit
Always check inside your toilet sink before you sit, avoid using the toilet in the dark, and public restrooms are risky to use in any case.
8. Conduct routine inspections of your home and immediate surroundings
9. Making use of household items
10. Install a Sewer Sieve in the toilet
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