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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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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...

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11 Killer Ways To Get Rid Of Roaches Without Harming You

The history of mouth rinsing goes back to BC. Its mention has been found in the Ayurveda and Chinese medicine where it has been recommended for the treatment of gingivitis. There are so many examples out there that show that mouth rinsing has...

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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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How to Kill Roaches Naturally With Sugar and Baking Soda

I wish I'd known in college how to get rid of cockroaches because some of the cruddy apartments I lived in literally swarmed with the things when the lights were off. Of course, if I'd known how to clean properly -- and insisted my roommates learn, too -- I probably could have cut their population d