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How to Make a Non-Toxic Roach Exterminating Formula to Kill Roaches

How to Get Rid of German Roaches From Furniture When Moving ~ *****Take a jar with a metal top on it and fill the bottom with coffee beans. Add just enough water to keep the beans moist but not drenched. Cut a hole in the jar top similar to that of a coin slot. This will allow the roaches to crawl in, but the moisture and stickiness of the beans will not allow them to crawl out. Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_12018426_rid-german-roaches-furniture-moving.html

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Skeeters, gnats and flies..oh, my!

ways to kill ants, roaches, etc.

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How to Kill Roaches Fast With a Fogger

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When to Spray Fruit Trees

Natural Ways of Getting Rid of Roaches

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How to Kill Roaches Naturally With Sugar and Baking Soda

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Homemade Recipes to Kill Roaches

Homemade Recipes to Kill Roaches~ hey it's Florida

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How to Kill Roaches With Vinegar & Coconut Oil

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How to Use a ShopVac to Blow Borax or Boric Acid Into Crawlspaces to Kill Roaches

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How to kill Roaches quickly

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How to Use 20 Mule Team Borax to Kill Roaches

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Boric acid is often used to kill roaches

DIY- Roach Spray - Soap and Water is an effective method of killing roaches. Mix 1 cup water with 1 tsp. of soap. Pour the solution in a spray bottle, then spray it on roaches. The soap solution will suffocate them as the suds block their pores and prevent breathing. Use this homemade roach killer as often as needed. You may also leave a jar of water near the corners that they frequently visit. When they crawl into the jar, they will not be able to escape.

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Plants & Flowers That Repel Roaches

Cockroaches are a common household pest that's difficult to get rid of. Traditional methods of roach control often involve toxic pesticides. However, in homes with young children or pets, these techniques may not be appropriate. Some natural remedies derived from plants and flowers also work to repel roaches. While no plant or plant extract can replace good home hygiene, regular cleaning and eliminating food sources, they may help discourage a roach infestation.