Cockroaches, which fuse all over and infest food with their excrement, can be combated with natural solutions and methods. Find out how to get rid of cockroaches! Keep reading this article.
Cockroaches, a danger to health
A couple of cockroaches can give up to 100,000 descendants! Nocturnal insects, cockroaches infest clothes and food with excreta and secretions in their oral cavity. It is enough to point a single individual – do not delay reacting!
Cockroaches: Where they’re hiding
Cockroaches live for about 6 months and feed on household waste. They take refuge in hot and humid areas behind the furniture, the refrigerator, around the pipe and the wall slots. They are big humid, so check any wet source:
– Check the openings around the sewer and close them
– read the pipes that flow
– Cleans the condensation
– with the putty, stop all the cracks in the wall and around the wooden planks
Eliminate them by cleaning
It cleans the rooms very well, without forgetting the hidden corners beneath the beds, behind the kitchen table. Use the vacuum cleaner and the bag in which you collected your roaches and eggs put it in a hermetically sealed plastic bag that you throw away.
Fight them with essential oil of eucalyptus
Spread a few drops of essential eucalyptus oil on a newspaper that you put under the sink, under the refrigerator, and in all places where cockroaches can hide. The solution is valid at the beginning of the infestation, when the population of beetles is not too big.
Fight them with flour and sugar
Sprinkle, gypsum powder mixed with white flour and powdered sugar on the place the cockroaches pass. Place a plate of water next to it. The beetles will die of intestinal occlusion.
Combat them with lavender essence
Drop on pieces of cotton wool 6 drops of essential oil of lavender. Place them all over, especially in cabinets, and renew them daily.
Fight them with white vinegar
Vaporize white vinegar on walls, under furniture, and wherever beetles can be installed. White vinegar does not kill them, but it drives them away.
Combat them with boric acid
Mix 2 liters of boiled water with 450 g of boric acid and 11 g of sugar. Allow to cool, pour the solution into small bottles. Close the bottle with compact cotton plugs. Place the bottles in the refrigerator, under the sink and wherever there are cockroaches.
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