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This Is An Effective Way To Destroy All The Cockroaches In Your House!

There is no doubt that none of us likes to see a cockroach in the house, but apparently, they are not easy to be destroyed. Namely, they can vanish and reappear again soon. Moreover, they leave a horrible odor after them, and the commercial products on the market against cockroaches are simply loaded with dangerous […]

Get Rid Of German Roaches Naturally! With Items From Your Pantry!

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The Best Roach Killer – How To Kill Roaches In Just One Week!

Actual Roach Balls 1 cup borax 1/4 cup granulated sugar 1/4 cup chopped onion 1 tablespoon cornstarch 1 tablespoon water Make a paste of the ingredients and roll the paste into little balls. Place two or three balls into a sandwich-size plastic bag and leave the top open. Place the bag anywhere you have a roach problem. The roaches will eat the balls and carry them away. The bugs die at home,

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Get rid of roaches with catnip …

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If you have roaches you can get rid of them without using harmful chemicals.

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11 Killer Ways To Get Rid Of Roaches Without Harming You

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Follow these steps, and use the DIY natural roach killer recipe, to rid your home of these disease-carrying pests and keep them away for good.

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COCKROACH KILLER!!!! Nasty little creatures.... Here is how to KILL them!!! All natural way... Equal parts baking soda and sugar. They are attracted to the sugar and that is what will get them to eat the mixture. And the baking soda fills their stomachs up with gas as they are not able to digest the baking soda. And they DIE!!! They will be drawn to it like a moth is drawn to the light. No more cockroaches!!

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1 part Borax + 1 part powdered sugar = no bugs in my home! The sugar draws them in, the borax kills them. I put it in a fine line around the base of my house (outside) and on little cardboard rounds inside. Not a single pest and this is roach country. I feel kind of guilty it worked so well...