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Anyone know what these egg sack looking things might be? Found on sponge and around sink.
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>>1393556

Cockroach maybe. I wouldn't worry about it.
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>>1393557
First the skinwalkers now the (((cockroaches)))
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>>1393556
Baby flies
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>>1393556
Yeah those are pupating maggots kill them and clean your kitchen
Christ anon scrape your dishes before you throw them in the sink
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>>1393556
This >>1393586 just bleach the sponge once in a while and make sure to clean the sponge and ring it out so there's no water in it. They really need to dry out 100% once a week at least. Keep 3-4 of them on rotation to allow that to happen and they will last for years of use.
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>>1393593
Can't believe you fucks would use an infected sponge and not just toss it for a new one... Jesus fucking Christ how poor are you people?
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>>1393602
That’s more of a preventative to keep it from happening again. You’ll want to bleach it before you toss anyway, because a garbage can full of flies is just as nasty.
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>>1393606
How long do you let your rotting trash sit in your house before you take it out?





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