How to Get Rid of Sewer Roaches?


You can use boric acid to get rid of sewer roaches. Sprinkle the boric acid behind furniture or on the carpet lightly. Sweep the carpet after 24 hours. Sewer roaches are also called the American cockroach.
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1. Use some boric acid to kill roaches. Sprinkle small amounts behind appliances or furniture. Boric acid is an extremely effective roach killer. It works by attacking the roach's
1. Find the cockroaches. Cockroaches are black or brown oval shaped insects with spiny legs and long antennae. If you see even one roach, you've undoubtedly got a lot more. The problem
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How to Get Rid of Sewer Roaches
Sewer roaches, or American cockroaches, are commonly found in sewers and moist environments. They are the largest species of common cockroach and can grow up to 2 inches long. Sewer roaches can find their way into a house through drains, cracks and... More »
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