over the counter roach spray won’t work


The more I buy over the counter roach spray’s and other stuff the roaches just get worst. Please help me. I feel I have tried everything. I have even had an professional company. They charge me a lot, no results. I let a friend move in with me for a month, just their clothes, she had roaches so they came with her. It has been almost 3 and a half years and my uninvited is still in my home. HELP ME. Rose.

If you read our article on how to get rid of roaches, you’ll learn that over the counter sprays won’t work. If they did, there would be no reason for pest control companies to be around. So if you want to get rid of the roaches, you’ll need to do as our article explains.

Roach Control: http://www.germanroaches.com/roach-control

Now what you’ll learn in our article is that in most cases, spraying is the least effective way to handle a roach problem. In fact, the easier and more effective method is to apply some of the gel baits anywhere roaches are seen. They’ll quickly find your offering, feed and die. And over the course of 2-4 weeks, there is no reason why you can’t kill all the roaches living in your home using this method.

At this time I recommend you stop spraying and start cleaning up all the spray residual. This is important because the gel baits won’t work when applied over areas that have been sprayed. And once you get these areas cleaned, set out some Magnum and Advion Roach Gel. Remember, you don’t have to place out large amounts in any one location. Just small dabs, about the size of a grain of rice, are all that’s needed. Just be sure to make 5-10 of these placements anywhere roach activity is noted.

Roach Gel: http://www.bugspraycart.com/bait/gel/maxforce-magnum-roach-gel-1-oz

Advion Roach Gel: http://www.bugspraycart.com/bait/gel/advion-roach-gel

Your initial treatment will use 1/4 to 1/2 of each tube (get at least 1 tube of each flavor) and if you renew these placements once a week, within 1 week you’ll see positive results for sure. And within 1 month, most if not all of the roaches will be gone.

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