Harris-Roach & Ant Killer-Spray

  • Harris-Roach & Ant Killer-Spray

Harris-Roach & Ant Killer-Spray

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Harris-Roach & Ant Killer-Spray


Harris Roach & Ant Killer Aerosol Spray

  • Apply spray in small amounts directly into cracks and crevices.
  • EPA approved in all 50 states
  • Kills German cockroaches for up to 10 months
  • Water-based, odorless formula

What Are the Different Types of Roach Killer Products?

When it comes to products that kill roaches, there are 4 different types, Sprays, bait stations, roach traps, roach gel and roach powders or dust.


When it comes to roach sprays, you can purchase concentrates that need to be mixed, Ready to Use, meaning the product has been mixed and is ready to apply. Sprays can also come in aerosol form, these are ready to use, and can be used to apply residual roach killer into tight cracks and crevices. They also make application a little easier, and more precise, applying a fine mist over an area.

Bait Stations

These are stations that will contain some type of bait in them, the are ready to use and can be used in sensitive area that applying bait is not ideal.  Work well, but can be costly and will dry out over time.

Roach Traps

These are usually a glue sticky surface with a attractant or lure.  Work really well for out of the way places that cannot be accessed, great value and chemical free. Great for monitoring and trapping roaches and other home invaders.

Roach Gel

These are available in a multitude of chemical components, from Boric Acid to other insecticides.  The quality of the bait matrix is important to the roach gel bait success. Harris Roach Tablets are considered a ready to use boric acid roach bait formulation.

Roach Powders / Dust

Powders and dust are a perfect added roach control technique and work great for out of the way places, such as behind baseboards, wall voids and plumbing penetration.  Dust such as Boric Acid or Diatomaceous Earth, can be dusted or puffed into these areas and will remain an effective killing mechanisms for years, if not exposed to moistur