How to stop Cockroaches
Stopping cockroach infestations from breaking out in your homes can come down to several factors, and over the years I've done homes that look like display homes they are so clean and tidy, and yet they still get cockroach infestations. So regardless of the things you do to prevent cockroach, it does not guarantee that you won't get them, but it does however significantly reduce the likelihood.
Cleaning up after food handling should be done as soon as possible, try to avoid leaving unwashed dishes and utensils out over night and avoid leaving pets' bowls with food in them out over night. By doing a regular clean up, you are eliminating a food source for the cockroaches to thrive on, and their population to grow large in numbers.
Foods should be stored in cockroach proof containers. Cereals, flours, meats and all other food materials should be kept in a fridge or in containers that can be closed tightly.
Garbage bins should be regularly cleaned or if possible store garbage in tightly sealed containers.
All cracks and crevices should be sealed up to eliminate cockroach harbourages. Entry points (e.g around pipes) should be sealed off to lessen the possibility of infestation or harbourages.
As you can see, a lot of it comes down to sanitation, and we can't always have our homes spotlessly clean but by implementing some of these practices you will certainly help keep those pesky cockroaches away.
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