The Best Roach Killer In 2017 How To Kill Roaches In …


Written by Admin, Published on April 27th, 2017

Now, there are a couple of methods that work well for killing off roachesbut you should know that the roaches will always return over time unless you eliminate the root of the problem: the nest itself.

Getting to the nest or even finding it is, in most cases, impossible because roaches will often set it up in wall crevices, floor cracks and other areas that are extremely hard to reach.

Because of that, youll find that the ideal way to completely get rid ofthe roaches in your house is to use some type of poison that the roaches can carry back to their nest and infect the rest of the population.

More on that in a bit. With that said, here are some of the best ways to kill roaches, along with their effectiveness:

My Story

Much to my dismay, Ive tried out plenty of the so called homemade recipes that my neighbors and relatives have suggested only to find out that they simply didnt work at all. Cucumber peels, herbal leaves, lemons, citrus liquids. NONE of them worked.

I have planned on calling up exterminators only as a last resort because I know theyd be expensive until I read about this particular product by Advion (details down below), which supposedly has raving reviews about its effectiveness. After spending hours just reading through most of the reviews about how its supposedly the best roach killer ever, I got really excited, ordered it online, paid a little extra for expedited shipping and I received it the very next day. This was how that eventful week progressed:

Day 1: After I got home from work at about 8 p.m., I was pleased to find that my product has arrived. I proceeded immediately to apply 10 spots of the gel in my kitchen. 5 generous spots of the bait on my kitchen counter and another 5 on the floor.

3 hours later, before I went off to bed, I stopped by the kitchen to check how things were going. There were 2 fully grown roaches about which scurried away quickly when I turned on the lights and the gel seemed untouched, so I thought it didnt work.

I was furious and slightly disappointed because I had really hoped that this would be the cure to all of my roach problems after reading all the reviews. I went to sleep, vowing angrily to return the product the next day itself.

Day 2: Got up early at 7 a.m. for some breakfast before work. I walked into the kitchen and my jaw just dropped open. Strewn across the floor and counter were AT LEAST 10 dead roaches. Needless to say, I was extremely disgusted and the sight of them all just gave me goosebumps. Despite that, I was elated! This was a product that WORKED. And it only cost me $20, and considering how I have spent over $100 on expensive professional grade BS traps that Ive bought in the past, this felt like the best investment Ive ever made.

Most of the gel spots were completely gone with a couple of them left which were visibly smaller in size. I continued to apply 10 new spots of the gel and I spent the remainder of the first tube (the package comes with 4 tubes) in my bedroom, living room and bathroom. I didnt sweep away the dead roaches because Ive read that apparently the roaches will eat their own dead (eww) and theyll get poisoned from doing so too, and once they do, theyll head back to their nest and die there, only to be eaten by others. This would start a chain reaction sort of effect.

At about 7 p.m. once I got home, while walking towards the kitchen, I spotted 2 dead roaches in the living room and I knew things were going well for sure. This time, in the kitchen, there were over 20 roach corpses (in addition to the ones from the morning). The sight can be eerie or even plain terrifying so if youre scaredof roaches, get your husband or your boyfriend to do this for you. But if youre a guy like me, well, get your girlfriend or wife to do it. All kidding aside, I was extremely happy that it worked.

Days 3-7: The following days saw similar events but with reduced concentration of roach corpses with each passing day, which basically meant that the infestation was dying out slowly. About 1 1/2 weeks later, there wasnt a single roach left and the gel that Ive applied was completely untouched. Ive almost used up all 4 tubes and I ordered another kit just as a precaution, but Im happy to say that 3 months have passed and I havent spotted any roaches in my house since then. Seeing as how I would come across 4-5 roaches every single day (the total amount of roaches that are hidden out of sight are approximately 10x that figure) when the infestation was still ongoing, this was a major accomplishment for me.

Because of this personal experience of mine, Im ABSOLUTELY convinced that the fastest and best roach killer would still be poisonous roach bait since it leaves no stain, requires little effort besides sweeping away their corpses after theyre dead and most importantly, it works extremely well.

SO, WHAT PRODUCT DID YOU USE?!

I know, I know. I was just getting there! This magical product is called Advion Syngenta Cockroach Gel Bait (see below), and you can get it off Amazon for about $20-30 (it was $20 when I bought mine).

The reviews of the product are pretty much stellar and youll see why once you give it a try.

Final Word Of Advice

If you have pets though, you might want to keep them out of the house or room while you apply it because they might lick off the gel.

Its not harmful in small doses to human beings or animals since Ive seen my dog licking the paste off the floor before and he turned out perfectly fine, but you should still prevent that as much as you can just to be safe.

If youve used this product and you find it effective (you will), please take a minute and give this page a like or share it with your friends via Tweeter or whatever else is going hot these days! Id greatly appreciate it.

Good luck killing those roaches!

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