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Homemade Roach Killer

by Jennifer Patterson
Roaches, or cockroaches, are insects that can become a nuisance when they take over your home. There are more than 4,000 different species of roaches. The types that infest homes are attracted to the warm environment. A female roach can hatch up to 40 eggs at a time. Fortunately, there are effective...
Elizabeth Burger
Elizabeth Burger • 1 year ago

Homemade roach killers!! Texas sized roaches need to be killed without adding to the toxic environment we all live in!

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