How do you get rid of roaches naturally?

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There are ways to get rid of roaches naturally without calling your exterminator. You can crush up some bay leaves or cat nip, and spread around your home, roaches hate this smell. You can even use Borax, which harms their outer shell. You can find more information here: http://www.getridofthings.com/get-rid-of-cockroaches.htm
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1. Clean your house thoroughly before treating. Roaches thrive off forgotten dust and dirt, and any natural remedy you use will be ineffective if there is trapped dirt that the cockroaches
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It will take work to get rid of roaches and will be harder if you live in an attached building or apartment building. You will need to start by cleaning very well and eliminating
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1. Exterminators alone will not help, and their products are not good for you. The pest control guys and building superintendents want to come in and "bomb" your stuff.
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