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Household Items That Kill Roaches

Cockroaches are a tough pest to control, as they are hardy and reproduce rapidly. Traditional roach-killing pesticides, such as sprays, bombs and powders, are highly toxic and dangerous to use around children and pets, as well as harmful in an edible or flower garden. Instead of taking the chemical route when killing the roaches, opt for more...

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Household Items That Kill Roaches

Cockroaches are a tough pest to control, as they are hardy and reproduce rapidly. Traditional roach-killing pesticides, such as sprays, bombs and powders, are highly toxic and dangerous to use around children and pets, as well as harmful in an edible or flower garden. Instead of taking the chemical route when killing the roaches, opt for more...

from eHow

Household Items That Kill Roaches

Cockroaches are a tough pest to control, as they are hardy and reproduce rapidly. Traditional roach-killing pesticides, such as sprays, bombs and powders, are highly toxic and dangerous to use around children and pets, as well as harmful in an edible or flower garden. Instead of taking the chemical route when killing the roaches, opt for more...

from eHow

Household Items That Kill Roaches

Cockroaches are a tough pest to control, as they are hardy and reproduce rapidly. Traditional roach-killing pesticides, such as sprays, bombs and powders, are highly toxic and dangerous to use around children and pets, as well as harmful in an edible or flower garden. Instead of taking the chemical route when killing the roaches, opt for more...