Silverfish are small, wingless insects in the order Thysanura. Its common name comes from the animal’s silvery light grey and blue color, combined with the fish-like appearance of its movements. Silverfish live in places with a humidity between 75% and 95%. In urban areas, we can find them in basements, bathrooms, garages, closets and attics. Silverfish consume matter that contains polysaccharides, that we can find glue, book bindings, paper, photos, sugar, coffee, hair, carpet, clothing, dandruff and also tapestries. They are responsible for the contamination of food. If you have a problem with silverfish contact Bugs Or Us!