How to Get Rid of Roaches Naturally

Sometimes, no matter how clean you keep your house, you can still have a roach problem. The most widespread roaches in the USA are German cocroaches. These creatures are not only disgusting themselves, they also bring lots of germs and bacteria in the house. They contaminate the space around them with waste products and cast off skin, which may cause allergic reaction. And to make matters worse, they secrete odor compounds, so if their population is large, you may notice a mild musty smell in the room.
Can you get them out without using toxic chemicals? Watch the video below to find out:


Readers’ Comments:

I've seen a roach in my kitchen every other week now, I've been here for 4 years and this just started. I have a dog so I would prefer a non-toxic type of solution. I need to get some estimates as I am a renter, I live in a duplex in North Hollywood and I need to submit these to my landlord. I've been using boric acid and diatomaceous earth but I don't know if I'm getting adequate coverage. I don't use the dishwasher because I don't want food around, I put food garbage in the refrigerator. I rinse dishes if I don't have time to hand wash them. This is no way to live. I work 3 jobs and I'm afraid to leave a dish in the sink.
Karen Jossel


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