Get Rid of Roaches by Using These 7 Proven Home Remedies


Cockroaches are pesky bugs that typically inhabit homes, apartments and public structures all throughout the United States. It has been estimated that at least 78% of all homes located within an urban setting has cockroaches. This means that nearly 2/3 of the American population live in homes that are occupied by roaches. People who experience problems with roaches can get rid of them by using these 10 proven home remedies for roaches.

1. Certain Baking Goods Kill Roaches.

Believe it or not roaches cannot survive off of every type of food that is available for human consumption. People sometimes use baking soda and confectioner’s sugar for making sweet treats, but they can also use these products for eliminating roaches. Homeowners can mix these two common ingredients together to form a deadly roach toxin. Apparently, roaches will be attracted to the sugar and eat the mixture, but after they consume it the baking soda will mix with their stomach acids causing their insides to fail.

2. Bleach.

Bleach is another common household item that many people have lying around. Bleach will kill roaches because of its chemical structure. You should pour bleach down drains, sinks and tubs to keep these critters from using them as travel routes.

3. Petroleum Jelly.

Petroleum jelly is known for keeping people moisturized but it can also be used to destroy roaches. Homeowners should place some type of sweet treat inside of a jar and place some petroleum jelly around the inner rim. Once the roaches enter into the jar for the sweet treat they won’t be able to escape because of the deadly petroleum substance they will encounter from the jelly.

4. Lemony Smell.

Roaches do not like the smell of lemon and homeowners can squeeze four fresh lemons or use lemon juice and add it to water. Once they have created a lemon solution they can then wipe the solution over their counters, cabinets and around their kitchen sink in order to reduce the number of roaches in their home.

5. Keep a Clean Environment.

Keeping a clean home might not complete do away with roaches but it will reduce their numbers. Good housekeeping habits go a long way with the elimination of roaches.

6. Apply Borax.

Borax is potent agent that will eliminate roaches. Apply this substance in places that is out of sight from children and pets. Roach populations will decrease over time with the use of this product.

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Disclaimer: The publisher of this video is not a medical expert. The information provided here is based on extensive web research and extracted from several high authority health websites. Therefore, you are advised to practice these home remedies, medicines and suggestions on your own risk.

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