ADVION ROACH GEL
Cockroaches evoke feelings of disgust in most people. When you switch on the light and roaches scuttle all over the floor, kitchen counter tops and cabinets seeking places to hide, it does cause a horrible feeling. That is because you know their ability to spread germs, diseases that can contaminate your food and water.
There are more than 4,000 species of roaches in the world with about 70 inhabiting North America. A small number of these invade homes. They can cause an infestation very rapidly because they are prolific breeders, very resilient and know how to hide in tough to reach areas.
Cockroaches have flat bodies. They have six legs each with minute sensory hairs. They have long antennae and wings folding flat on their back and are black or brown in color. The most common cockroaches are about an inch in length. These would include:
These roaches are large, one to three inches in length, with brownish red color. They live in warm damp areas like sewers, laundry rooms, kitchens, drains, bathroom and basements.
The oriental Cockroach prefers moist areas that are out of the way from people. They are about 1 to 1/2 inches long with a shiny black or dark brown hue. They live in decaying leaves and other organic matter, damp basements and sewers. They gain access to homes through sewer lines, garages, under doors and cracks in the walls.
Smoky brown Roaches
The smoky brown Cockroaches can’t stay without water for two days so they’ll be found where there are leaking pipes. If they lack water they will get dehydrated very rapidly and die. They fly very well and are nocturnal. They are about one and a half inches long and sport a uniform dark mahogany color.. They live in crawl spaces, attics, and gutters.
Other than contaminating food and causing allergies with their feces and moltings they also bite people. They will nibble skin from your fingers and also, get this, on your lips when you are asleep looking for moisture from your saliva. Disgusting!!
Cockroaches are quite difficult to get rid of. When you have tried to kill the roaches using aerosol insecticides, dusting insecticides, homemade remedies like placing cucumbers around the house, stomping on them, and they keep coming back in ever increasing numbers. You have probably resigned to your reality and the best solution might seem like moving out and leaving the house to the roaches or even burning down the house just to get rid of them! Don’t do that though.
DON’T GIVE UP. GET ADVION ROACH GEL. It is just what the doctor ordered and best prescription for your roach troubles. It really does work wonders. The Advion gel has numerous applications and can be used in restaurants, hospitals, homes, hotels and many other places. Professional pest exterminators use Advion gel widely.
Advion is effective against other pests other than roaches.
How Advion cockroach gel works
The Advion gel is a roach bait that entices them to eat it. It has an active ingredient called indoxacarb that is a time bomb. Once cockroaches have ingested it, they go back to their hiding places and infect other roaches by touch and feces. When some die others cannibalize them passing on the poison and the effects of the Advion gel keeps rippling through the entire roach population.
How to apply Advion gel
Advion gel comes in four tubes and syringes. Use the syringe to place the gel in places where there is high traffic of cockroaches keeping a distance of three feet between each blob of gel. For a two floor house placing five blobs of gel is enough to eliminate a heavy infestation.
Advion cockroach gel is the most effective and affordable tool for ridding your premises of roaches. With then use of advion gel, it is probable that you may not need to call the exterminator for a cockroach problem.