Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Society

 

Safety accident

 

Food safety

Cockroaches: How to Get Rid of Them

There are few things more aggravating than a roach infestation. As they hunt for food, these persistent pests will make themselves at home in your kitchen, bathroom, and other living spaces. Unfortunately, they reproduce quickly, exacerbating the issue. If you're sick of living with these disgusting creatures, let's find out how to get rid of roaches for you!! But before we can do that, there are a few things we need to do first.

1-Do a thorough cleaning of your home

While it might seem obvious, roaches are drawn to dirt and filth because they are constantly on the lookout for new food sources. Keeping your house tidy is the simplest way to keep roaches out. Be certain to take the following steps:

.After each meal, wash and put away the dishes

.Clean up crumbs and spills as soon as possible

.Before going to bed, take out the trash

.Clean the oil off the stovetop.

.Food should be sealed in containers.

.Clean your mops on a daily basis.

2-Traps from the store

The type of roach trap found in supermarkets or home improvement stores is one successful method of removing roaches. The system attracts roaches with a smell or other bait. When roaches investigate the lure, they get stuck in a sticky material and are essentially trapped inside. Since results can take up to two weeks to appear, traps should be tested on a regular basis.

3-Baits from the store

Using store-bought roach baits is another popular method of roach control. Insecticide is disguised as a food source in chemical baits. They are eaten by other roaches, which spreads the poison in the nest. Chemical baits should be placed near garbage cans, sinks, and cabinets in kitchens and bathrooms.

4-Liquid Concentrates

Another product available in stores is a liquid concentrate designed to deter roaches. Once diluted, the liquid can be sprayed into cracks and crevices and other areas where roaches like to hide. You can also mop the floor and wipe counters with the solution! If you're wondering how to get rid of roaches overnight, this will be one of your best bets!

5-Boric Acid

If you want to go the DIY route, boric acid is one of the best home remedies for roaches. To make a dough, combine equal parts boric acid, flour, and sugar. Place dough balls around the house for cockroaches to eat. The roaches will be attracted to the flour and sugar, but the boric acid will consume them. Simply place the dough where you know roaches are likely to be, or where you know roaches are likely to be.

comment and kindly share

Content created and supplied by: LECHIANO (via Opera News )

COMMENTS

Load app to read more comments