A Guide to Eliminate Cockroaches

Posted by GreenSIR 16/08/2018 0 Comment(s) Pest Control,

 

 

 

Good Sanitation Is the Best Way to Prevent Cockroaches

 

 

Cockroaches are tropical insects and they prefer to live in warm and hidden places with access to food and water. Therefore, removal of potential food sources and standing water is essential in getting rid of cockroaches.

 

 

1.) Eliminate plumbing leaks and correct other sources of free moisture

 

2.) Store food in insect-proof containers such as glass jars or resealable plastic containers


3.) Vacuum cracks and crevices to remove food and debris. Vacuuming also removes cockroaches, shed skins, and egg capsules to reduce their numbers and slow development


4.) Use SmellGREEN® Natural Disinfectant to clean and kill 99.99% of bacteria and viruses after vacuuming

 

 

 

 

Best Weapon for Killing Cockroaches

 

 

 

 

SafePRO® Cockroach Bait Gel

 

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Why Choose SafePRO® Cockroach Bait Gel?

 

It is always safer to use baiting over pesticide because traditional water-based insecticides tend to leave chemical residues in the environment, which may cause skin irritation or airway allergy. Some pest exterminators may suggest you to have a “fumigation” service to kill cockroaches, but the fact is, this so called “fumigation” not only can’t eliminate the cockroaches thoroughly but also create pesticide overdose. Not to mention certain pesticides even contains ingredients that may have a fatal effect on pets.

 

SafePRO® Cockroach Bait Gel contains a slow-acting insecticide. It is a safe and odourless product which only requires simple application in cracks and crevices where cockroaches nest or forage, perfect for sensitive areas. The entire cockroach population will eventually die in their harborage, leaving no contamination at your home.

 

 

 

Eliminate the Entire Cockroach Harborage

 

SafePRO® Cockroach Bait Gel contains Fipronil, which kills roaches by ingestion and contact. When foraging roaches either eat or contact the bait, they return to the harborage and contaminate other roaches. It provides a long residual and fast control of even large roaches.