How to Treat for Water Bugs
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Going to your local store like Home Depot will have a vast variety of cockroach products you can purchase there. I have seen consumers in the store hold 2 or 3 different products only to put it back on the shelf and walk away. Why? Lets view a few pest control products so I can help you solve your roach issue.
What is the difference between aerosol cans and spray bottles or the ingredients they hold; is there even a difference? The answer is yes. There are contact killing sprays, repellent sprays, insect growth regulator sprays, and preventative sprays. So again, where do you start to treat for roaches? There are advantages when it come to sprays. Most sprays will not leave any residual marks, they are ready to use, and they can provide instant results if you apply the product in the infested areas. However sprays do have disadvantages; areas that can be treated are limited, the room requires proper ventilation, and it creates the most exposure to kids and pets.
There are so many ways and places you can use dust when it comes to treating for water bugs. Dust products have an advantage when you compare it to sprays. They have a longer residual life when comes to preventing roaches and you can apply the dust in areas that sprays cannot access. Under appliances, attics cubbies, and wall voids; areas that sprays have a rapid breakdown rate. The majority of places that water bugs thrive in work perfect for dust and are not ideal locations for any spray methods. One of the disadvantages when you buy dust is that they do not come with the application tool. I have never seen the correct equipment in the store, so what I see a client's homes is dust that has been misapplied and ineffective treatments for roaches.
Roaches are pretty consistent and they very similar to our habits. We sleep, we move from one location to the next, we drink, and we eat; its pretty much the formula that everything needs to live. The power of food is the unsung hero when it comes to treating for roaches. When you use sprays; its only effective if you spray them directly, waiting for them clean themselves, and when they eventually cross this pest barrier you created. Dust are great if applied correctly; dust is also very messing and difficult to clean.
Understanding the roaches habits and biology really helps when solving the problem; we know that roaches eat almost daily and by providing a supplemental food source you can knock out those nasty things really quick. Most granular baits can last long and can be applied throughout the home without the mess and smell.
Incorporate glue boards when treating, these will help you locate the heaviest roach populations in your home and you can target those areas to increase the success of roach elimination.
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