If you don't like Pests, no one else does too.

Vinegar is effective in repelling ants, flies, and fruit flies. Create a solution of equal parts vinegar and water and spray it in areas where pests are likely to be found.

Crushed mint leaves can be placed in areas where ants and mice are active to deter them. You can also plant mint in your garden to repel insects.

Peppermint oil is a natural deterrent for many pests, including ants, spiders, and mice. Mix a few drops with water and spray it around entry points and areas where pests are present. 

Lavender has a pleasant aroma for humans but repels pests like moths, fleas, and flies. Place sachets filled with dried lavender or use lavender essential oil in areas where pests are a problem. 

Neem oil is a natural insecticide and repellent that works against a wide range of pests, including mosquitoes, ants, and aphids. Mix it with water and spray it on affected areas. 

Cedarwood has insect-repellent properties and can be used to repel moths, fleas, and ticks. Place cedar blocks or chips in closets, drawers, or pet bedding areas.

Citronella candles emit a scent that repels mosquitoes and other flying insects. Light them outdoors during gatherings or place them near open windows and doors.

Lemon eucalyptus oil is a natural repellent for mosquitoes. Dilute it with a carrier oil and apply it to exposed skin to keep mosquitoes at bay. 

Rosemary has insect-repellent properties and can be used to deter flies and mosquitoes. Burn dried rosemary as incense or place fresh sprigs in areas where pests are a concern. 

Diatomaceous earth is a fine powder made from fossilized algae. It is effective against crawling insects like ants, cockroaches, and bed bugs. Apply it in cracks and crevices where pests are likely to travel.

Cinnamon acts as a natural repellent for ants, mosquitoes, and silverfish. Sprinkle powdered cinnamon in areas where pests enter or around their hiding spots.