CLEVELAND -- It's the time of year that a lot of us dread: the invasion on stinkbugs.
They always arrive, appearing all over our belongings, flashing those flat backs and spiny legs.
And there is, of course, the stench. Case Western Reserve University Entomology Professor Mark Willis says it is caused by defensive chemicals designed to keep predators away.
The question, for many homeowners, has remained the same over the years: "How do we get rid of them?"
From vacuuming them up to just simply using a piece of paper and a glass, the home removal tips are plentiful.
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