Simply place the Harris Roach Trap where insects are seen and throw away the trap after insects are caught.
We recommend using these traps in combination with Harris roach tablets or Harris roach killer. A single roach or two is often a sign of an infestation. Attacking the problem using several different methods is the optimal course of action.
- Pesticide free
- Includes 2 traps per package
- Discreet, slides easily under furniture and appliances
- Clean and easy to use
- For residential and commercial use
- Used by professional exterminators
How to Prevent Roaches?
Best method to prevent a roach problem is through sanitation. Keeping a clean house, eliminating small entryways, gaps and reducing any excessive areas of moisture.
Be vigilant in your inspection of stored items, so you do not accidentally introduce a roach infestation.
Scary part is that a female roach can produce up to 400 offspring in her very short life span, so prevention should always be a major concern.
Infestations occur quickly with introduction and if untreated can very rapidly turn into an alarming number of roaches.
What are the Best Places to Use Roach Traps?
Roach traps are usually made of a glue surface. Roach traps can be used in areas that are hard to reach to apply a spray or gel. Places such as under the stove, refrigerator, and even inside cabinets.
Can Roach Traps Be Used with Roach Killer Sprays?
Yes, you can use both roach traps and roach killer sprays. In fact the experts at Harris would recommend that the two products be used together. Sprays whether you are using a ready to use spray or ready to use Harris Roach Killer Aerosol to apply a residual insecticide, work in partnership with roach traps.
Use the traps in areas you cannot easily reach with the traps. The Roach Traps can also be used to monitor roaches and other insects after Roach Sprays have been used.
Don’t forget to use Roach Traps in your bathroom and basements.
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