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Electronic Cockroach Repellent

How Does An Electronic Cockroach Repellent Works?

It’s tough to detect cockroaches at the initial stage. You only notice them once they grow large in number and start crawling everywhere, establishing their domain. According to the World Health Organization, cockroaches carry some of the pathogens that can cause diseases like diarrhea, dysentery, cholera, and typhoid fever because these tiny creatures live in drains, sewers, and near garbage, where they contract many bacteria and viruses and start spreading the diseases.

People go to any length to get rid of cockroaches. Many are familiar with traditional control methods like traps, sprays but not many aware of electronic cockroach repellents.‘ Read  this blog to understand more about electronic cockroach repellents and also learn about other methods.

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How Does Cockroach Repellent Work?

Cockroach control pest repeller works by emitting ultrasonic or high-frequency sound waves. These sound waves confuse and kill the pests like cockroaches. However, this sound doesn’t fall into humans’ audible range. Therefore, when you turn on the device, it only causes discomfort to the cockroaches and other pests but not humans, birds, or pets.

Are Cockroach Repellents Effective?

Yes! Electronic pest repeller for cockroaches seems a perfect solution for all roaches problems. The best part of the product is they are chemical-free and don’t have any side effects. The device is quite straightforward to use; you only have to plug in the device, and no technical expertise is required.

Since the sound waves may get obstructed by the objects in the room, therefore make sure you remove blockages so that the waves have seamless transmission.And Connect the device where cockroaches are infested.

There are the best electronic roach repellents available. If you don’t know what to buy and where to go, click here to buy Cravegreens Pest Control Ultrasonic Repellent for Roaches.

Besides, electric repellants, you could also use some simple DIY methods. Before using them, it’s essential to inspect the roaches because different roaches require different treatments.

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How to Inspect Cockroaches?

1. Cockroach Identification: The first step to identifying what type of cockroaches you have at your place. Observe its physical features like size and color. If it’s required, use a flashlight to study them better.

2. Inspection: Inspection is a vital step in a cockroach treatment plan. For instance, if the roaches are smaller in size and scurry over your kitchen, then they are German roaches. If roaches are larger and come occasionally, then they are American roaches. You can also differentiate them based on their body color. This identification is needed because different roaches require a different treatment plan. Once you identify their kind, the next step is to trace where they are coming from.

3. Sanitization: Once you are done with the inspection, the next important step is sanitization. Start sanitizing the places and block the areas where they tend to enter your house. You can use an electronic pest repeller and some simple DIY methods.

Safe Pest Repellent Hacks For Your Kitchen

 

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Some Best DIY Methods for Cockroaches

Use Baking Soda

Baking soda is a multifunctional product. It can help you get rid of those irritating cockroaches. The best way is to mix the baking soda with sugar because the smell of sugar draws the roaches in and tempts them to eat the mixture. When roaches consume it, the soda kills them by busting their stomach.

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Use Catnip and Citrus

The chemical in catnip called ‘nepetalactone’ can repel the cockroaches. Cockroaches also hate the scent of the citrus. Therefore, you can use citrus-scented sprayers to shoe the roaches away.

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Use Essential Oils

Essential oils are proven to be the best cockroach repellents. The strong smell emitted by the essential oil disrupts the cockroaches’ path and kills them. Some of the best essential oils are lavender, peppermint, eucalyptus, and tea tree oil.

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