The Doctors: Pests In Your Pantry
As The Doctors said, no one wants to find critters and insects near their food. They were joined by professional exterminator Nick Isaac. Nick explained that the most common pest you need to look out for is the pantry pest or the pantry moth. You can find the moth in three different stages: the cocoon, the caterpillar, or the moth. When you see the moths, that means you already had the cocoons and the caterpillars. Nick said you bring the moths home from the grocery store because often times the eggs and larvae aren’t removed from the food.
Dr Travis Stork said he was going to be running home after the show because a lot of the pests, especially the caterpillars and cocoons, look just like rice so they can blend right in with your food. Nick said if you put an open bag of rice back into the pantry with just a clip on it, “you’re just begging for trouble.” Instead, use air-tight containers once something is opened. You can also store it in the fridge or a Ziploc bag.
The Doctors: What To Do About A Pantry Infestation
If you notice pests, seal everything else to make sure it’s protected. Then, take everything out of the pantry and wipe everything down. If you still have a problem after a few weeks, call an exterminator. The most important thing is figuring out what the source of the problem is, in order to avoid wasting food or packages.
Have you ever found pests inside your pantry? What did you do to get rid of them?
The Doctors: REN Flash Rinse 1 Minute Facial Test
The Doctors then wanted to put a new beauty product called the REN Flash Rinse 1 Minute Facial, to the test to see if it could really give you a more youthful appearance in just minutes. They welcomed twins Felicia and Alicia who volunteered to be their test subjects. Alicia was using the product while Felicia was using just good old soap and water. After one minute, they showed a before and after, and Dr Drew Ordon noticed that she had more of a glow and looked more polished. Alicia said she felt amazing, so that’s what really matters!