This Is An Effective Way To Destroy All The Cockroaches In Your House


If you are one of the people who prefer natural and home recipes to get rid of cockroaches . 

Mix two cups of ammonia with half a medium bowl of water and apply it to the places and surfaces where roaches

The use of boric acid to combat cockroaches
Also, boric acid is no less dangerous than the previous one, you can make blinding flour, sugar is also boric acid, and as soon as the cockroach comes into contact with this mixture, it will serve as a vector of infection for the rest. . . . It's only a matter of time for their group to die, and that's what defines this deadly acid.
It should be noted that these two mixtures (boric acid and borax powder) should be kept out of the reach of children and pets in the home, in order to avoid any potential risks to their health.

How to get rid of cockroaches naturally
It is also considered one of the natural recipes for making a mixture of baking soda and sugar and placing it in place where cockroaches are locaated, as it destroys digestive system, so care should be take to cleanning it as well as get rid of it. He. She. Cockroach remains builds up easily after getting rid of it so that the smell of their grease doesn't spread.

You can make a natural killer out of liquid soap and water by adding a few drops of soap to a warm water spray bottle and spraying it immediately on the cockroaches, causing extreme dryness and difficulty breathing and killing them for good.

Sodium bicarbonate is also a poisonous and deadly substance that kills cockroaches, if identical amounts of baking soda & sugar are mixed to making a homogeneous mix, also sprayed in places where cockroaches are sitting .

Also, peeled cucumber, if it is put in an aluminum can with some petroleum jelly also where the cockroach is, it will produce an unpleasant smell and kill the cockroach.

Get rid of cockroaches at home with vinegar
Although the use of household vinegar may not kill cockroaches, it is an effective weapon in keeping them away from you because of its strong smell, and it has been proven that vinegar eliminates some types of germs that cockroaches carry, so be sure to spray and clean it. . . .