Inside Or Outside?
Large infestations can be controlled by applying a pesticide barrier outside. This action reduces the likelihood that any bugs will make their way inside. If you’ve got an infestation within the walls or crevices where you can’t sweep them out, proceed carefully applying an insecticide because decaying bugs release a strong odor.
Treating bugs indoors can be delicate because you don’t want the bugs to release the odor. Preventing them from coming indoors is ideal, but if you can’t, killing them without releasing the scent is also critical.
We recommend using a natural spray indoors to target individual bugs and using a stronger pesticide outdoors to prevent infestations in the first place. You can handle most stinkbug infestations yourself because they don’t tend to get into hidden places the way other types of household pests do.
Make sure you handle your stink bugs before things become an issue. The last thing you want is for one bug you ignore today to turn into a thousand later. Most of the products on the list are excellent for handling a variety of infestations and should take care of everything.