If your kitchen is infested with all manner of obnoxious insects, you need to consider fumigating it. That is pretty much the only way in which you can rid the kitchen of such insects. The alternative is to continue using the kitchen without fumigating it: in which case you’d be exposing yourself to the diseases that can be spread by the insects. Even if you don’t end up with such diseases, you would, in all probability, always have a nauseous feeling while eating the food prepared in the insect-infested kitchen. That is because you’d have no way of knowing whether or not the food came into contact with the insects. And if visitors come to your house, and see the way the kitchen is infested with all manner of insects, they may be uncomfortable eating the food that is prepared there. Some may actually decline to eat your food, having seen the state of your kitchen…
You can opt to do the fumigation by yourself, or you can opt to hire a specialist to fumigate the kitchen for you. If you opt to do the fumigation yourself, you need to set aside adequate time for the project. It may actually mean having to request some time off work. Like if, for instance, you work at Delta Airlines, you’d need to go to the deltanet login page, sign in there, and then proceed to make an application for time off (or an application to use some of your leave days). That is the time you’d use on the fumigation project.
It is a good idea to ensure that the chemicals you use in fumigating your kitchen are effective in eliminating the insects, while also not being harmful to human beings.
You need to ensure that all places that the insects could potentially hide are sprayed, during the fumigation exercise.
It is a good idea to desist from the using the kitchen for a few days after the fumigation exercise.
Needless to say, while undertaking the actual fumigation, you need to wear protective gear, to ensure that you don’t come into contact with/breathe in the insecticides.