Frequently Asked Questions

For a complete step by step guide on silverfish and how to get rid of silverfish, please see our main page on silverfish.



How do I order your silverfish solution?

Ordering the product is simple. Start by accessing the order page and follow the directions on the screen. You will have immediate access to the product as soon as your order is complete.


I have never purchased a product online before, what can I expect?

Many people have never purchased a product online and are uncomfortable with the process. Silverfish Control: The Ultimate Guide to Get Rid of Silverfish is an electronic book (an e-book) that you will have immediate access to upon successful completion of your purchase. You will be given clear directions at each step of the ordering process.

Don't worry if you do not successfully complete the purchasing process! Feel free to contact me and I will simply email you a copy of the book once I have verified that you made an order.

If you are uncomfortable paying by credit card, you can also pay by check! Please contact me if you would like to pay by check and I will email you directions on how to do so.


Is your silverfish book available in print?

No. Due to the costs associated with printing and shipping products, Silverfish Control: The Ultimate Guide to Get Rid of Silverfish is not available in print. As of now it is only available as an electronic download, but you are free to print yourself a copy from your home computer.


Does your solution involve dismantling walls?

No. You will not need to access the inside or your walls. There is a tiny bit of "home repair" suggested but it is very simple.


What are silverfish?

Silverfish are small, wingless insects that are found in millions of homes around the world. See the following pages for more information on silverfish bugs.


Do silverfish bite?

No. Other than being a general nuisance, silverfish are not harmful to humans. They are, however, harmful to house hold items such as wallpaper, books, clothes, and human food.

Silverfish are also most active at night, so they may crawl on you when you are asleep. But they do not bite.


How long do silverfish live?

The typical life span of the average silverfish is somewhere between 3 to 6 years, but they can sometimes live as long as 8 or 9 years.

How long does it take to implement your silverfish control solution?

My solution for getting rid of silverfish and keeping them gone is done in three stages. Firstly, you need to locate the problem areas. Next, you need to alter the problem areas so they are no longer suitable for silverfish. And finally, you need to make it permanent by ensuring that the previous conditions do not return.

The amount of time it takes to alter the problem areas depends entirely on the size of your home and the number of problem areas you have. For a 600 - 800 sq ft apartment, you should be able to implement my solution in less than 45 minutes.


What causes a silverfish infestation?

A silverfish infestation is usually caused by the introduction silverfish to an environment in which they can reproduce and thrive. The general conditions required are a source of water, food and safe refuge.

Another common factor that causes silverfish infestations is neglect. If left alone, silverfish can thrive and multiply to the point where their numbers reach even the hundreds of thousands in one building alone.


Why is your book not sold in stores?

Simply because it's far too expensive to print and distribute a book like this. It is much easier to provide this kind of book over the internet to people who are searching online for a solution for getting rid of silverfish.

The industry for digital books is taking off thanks to technology like the iPad, Kindle, and other e-readers.

Silverfish Control is perfectly suited for reading on your computer, your iPad or any other digital reader that can read PDF files. It is a short book and easy to read in one sitting.



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