Does Borax Get Rid of Roaches?


Borax is an ingredient found in many detergents and insecticides. Although it works slowly, it is an effective agent against cockroaches; it interferes with their metabolism and eventually kills them.
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Yes, Borax does indeed get rid of roaches as well as fleas and other pests. All you need to do is dust your baseboards and the inside of your wall outlets with the Borax. Repeat this process every 3 weeks you see no signs of roaches.
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