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How to Make Killer Cockroach Bait

by Kimberly Johnson
Cockroaches are a common pest problem both inside and outside residential homes. Not only are the insects disgusting, but cockroaches also carry and transmit a number of diseases. While there are many commercial baits and poisons available to kill cockroaches, you can make you own killer cockroach b...
Gwen Teasley
Gwen Teasley • 2 years ago

Make your own roach killer!

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