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SAY GOODBYE TO COCKROACHES, THE NATURAL WAY With JUST OUT

SAY GOODBYE TO COCKROACHES, THE NATURAL WAY With JUST OUT

The presence of a cockroach in your house or office brings on feelings of guilt – that the house or office is not clean enough. You get a sense of irritation if you spot a cockroach in someone’s house. The cockroach is the most objectionable household insect. The cockroach eats human food and contaminates it with saliva and excrement. Even more, it also produces secretions that impart a stinking odour. Are insecticides harmful to humans? Cockroaches are very hardy creatures. The strong insecticides which are used to kill them are poisonous to human beings as well. Furthermore, it's seen that several rounds of chemical spray are required to kill adult cockroaches. It is off late seen that cockroaches are learning to avoid eating chemically treated products since they can taste their food before eating. Therefore, it is seen that most chemicals do not provide good long term control.

What is a good natural cockroach repellent?

Natural oils and Plant Extracts are commonly used by our forefathers to repel cockroaches and insects as they are safe, non-toxic, and eco-friendly. Cedarwood, Neem, and Lemongrass oils are known Natural Repellents of Cockroaches. Herbal Just Out” is a Natural Cockroach Repellent Spray made up of Plant Extracts & Aromatic Oils. If you sprayed in kitchen areas, on the inside wall of kitchen cabinets, under the kitchen sink and bathroom nanny trap areas, it will repel cockroaches completely. JUST OUT is made from Neem, Cedarwood, and Lemongrass oil. It is safe, non-toxic, and eco-friendly.

Cockroach Control Tips

  • Home cleaning: If you have an infestation, eliminate food sources by cleaning up crumbs on floors, in cracks and crevices, or on counters.
  • Eliminate habitat and Prevent entry: Removing cockroach hiding places and entry points will drive cockroaches away and prevent future infestations.
  • Inspection: Look for cockroach hiding spots in warm, dark, tight places near food and water using a flashlight and mirror.