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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Get a cat.
    Yes, I have got, and she is quite OK in that, but it's not enough...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Best thing is to get a couple of Tokay's
    Have them occassionally either, hunting mostly on the outside walls, still not enough.

    Few times having the Tokay also on inside wall, not so pleasant tenant to dwell with, chasing him out with a swimming pool net...

    Not only the ugly shitting, but sometimes causing a short circuit, they like to enter any narrow slot for laying their eggs. Having such cases with damages in wall switch, a/c, fax, also in TV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    Few times having the Tokay also on inside wall,
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    Any advice against chinchoks inside the house?-19020701-jpg
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    There's the boy, baby one. I once got woke up in Luang Prabang by my Mrs. She'd been woken up by the couple below banging on the ceiling as "Water" was dropping through their floorboards. There was a power cut coz of an electric storm, massive one which didn't keep my Lao Khoa'd noggin awake. She'd tried to go down stairs but the emergency lighting was on and the stair had the only light - full on Tokays and Gingoks, hundreds.

    She woke me up to help her go down to speak about the piss leaking through the floorboards from the open fridge - told her not to bother and that if the frogs had built the villa right in the first place then she'd have been able to mop the piss up. Power was out for 1/2 of LP for over a day and we're still together 12 years later - never saw the complainants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Moth balls are supposed work .
    I tried that years ago. Didn't work.Went through a shit load of moth balls too.








    I'm just a really bad shot...

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    ^ theres a clue in the name mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    Regular spraying the house with insecticide gets rid of them. Donít know if they die from the poison or leave for lack of food.
    This. Gekkos will only stay where there is food. Stamp away at insects, spiders and other pests and the gekkos will dissapear. Also good food hygine, no crumbs, left over food etc. Cleanliness is next to gekkolessness.

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    ^ My housekeeper sprayed insecticide every week as part of her cleaning routine. Nary a jingjok, mosquito, nor bug around.

    Had a friend who had a real Godzilla-like gecko in his kitchen. It was coming around to drink the milk he left out for his cat. He started putting out a dish on the counter just for the gecko.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg View Post
    Gekkos will only stay where there is food. Stamp away at insects, spiders and other pests and the gekkos will dissapear. Also good food hygine, no crumbs, left over food etc. Cleanliness is next to gekkolessness.
    Yep. Also empty your bins at least once a day. I do it before I go to bed. Jingjoks will raid the bins for food. No food, no jingjoks.
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