One of my favorite methods of removing creepy-crawlies from CP is what I call the "water spray method". This method involves a source of pure water pumped under pressure into a bladder storage tank (about 60psi) which is then piped through a 1/4 inch polythene tubeing to a thumb actuated valve with an adjustable output nozzle. I usually prefer to adjust the spray into a tight fan shape and I then take the plants out of their pots, dip them into a bucket of pure water to help rinse off remaining remnants of old media and then use the sprayer to thoroughly wash any and all creepy-crawlies off and away. I then replant them into new or clean pots with new pressure sterilized media. Works like a charm. No poisons, good for the environment.