One annoyance that just does not seem to go away is the bug situation in the house. My wife and helper 17 (I just number them now, no more names) do their best to clean the house and not make it a place that bugs can find something to eat, but then there is the house itself, which seems to be a source of food. While I really enjoy watching lizards battle it out in my office at nigh.. I pretend they are little dinosaurs in my own little Jurassic Park I do not enjoy their food source. We have sprayed, used "mosquito killers", sticky paper you name it with lackluster results. I was musing that I wish they had the bombs we used to use in the west to do a whole house fumigation and the wife said, "why don't you try handyman". So off I go to the mall and interrupt the clerk in the middle of his chikka chikka session with another clerk to ask them for a bomb to kill all of the bugs. To my surprise, they just happened to have such a thing - They call it a "fogger". It is imported from the USofA under the HotShot brand. It comes in a 3 pack for 899php and promises to cover a whole house. A regular pesticide party pack! Knowing there was more than likely going to be a brownout on Sunday, I purchased the kit and took it home. I told the wife to take all of the dishes outside to the dirty kitchen (which is quite clean) along with the kids toys, as recommended by the manufacturer because we were going to nuke the house. I set out finding the most tactical locations to create my holocaust as if I was a military commander. The wife was bemused with my excitement and told me not to get my hopes up too high. Like clockwork, the brownout occurred at 8:45 am and I deployed my nukes. 3 hours later we opened the place up and aired it out, The wife and number 17 cleaned the whole place, swept up the victims we could find and mopped. All of the dishes were also washed before going back in the house and were satisfied we followed the directions. So far, the results are good, even in this POS hous we are renting that has hundreds of entry points for insects. If you have insects that are very persistent, this may be a good solution. I Thought I would just pass that along.