Contains cypermethrin as active ingredient. We recommend using this product with Harris roach tablets to effectively control cockroach infestations and prevent roaches from returning.
- Kills Roaches When Spray Dries – The spray will kill once completely dried and continues to kill roaches weeks after application
- Great Value – 1 Gallon allows for repeated applications on an on-going basis to effectively eliminate roaches
- Odorless Formula – Odorless and non-staining formula will not cause damage to fabrics when used according to label directions
- EPA Registered – Approved for use in homes with people and pets by the Environmental Protection Agency (No. 3-11)
- Extended Trigger Sprayer – Use the included trigger sprayer to effectively treat areas where roaches are hiding
Apply as spot and crack & crevice treatment to areas where roaches crawl and hide, especially in hidden areas around sinks and storage areas, behind baseboards, around windows and doors, and behind and under refrigerators, cabinets and sinks.
What is the best way to get rid of cockroaches?
Prevention is usually the best solution when we talk about roaches, but it is not always possible. We have a cleanliness checklist to help reduce your chances of getting roaches and you should take a look.
But the best way to get rid of cockroaches once you find them is to use a couple of proven products and techniques. These are the same techniques that would be used if a professional pest control operator comes to your home for a service.
Let’s take a look, we would recommend using a bait, it is always a great idea to offer roaches a food source. So after you have cleaned up if necessary and reduce their previous food you can get them to ingest a roach killing bait, Harris Famous Roach Tablets. Follow package instructions, and place them in out of the way places where you have warmth and moisture. Under refrigerators, stoves, and under sinks.
Our second expert recommendation is to use a dust in the wall voids, plumbing penetrations and areas that roach have access to, but would be difficult to apply a liquid or bait. Dust work well because they will sit there for years, and continue to kill roaches and other insects that come in contact with the surface of the dust.