Grinder wrote:I second the efficacy of alcohol, and it's much better than using poison when you have animals in the house. My bf gets bottles of the stuff from the pharmacy.
kungfuken wrote:I don't know how they can be immune to ingesting an acid but sounds pretty terrifying- drug resistant cockroaches!?
I was having some problems with the wildlife since I was leaving the bathroom window open to prevent mould. "Operation: Fuck Bugs" is in its first stage and the Combat baits I bought this morning seem to be doing their job- haven't spotted one cockroach so far and I saw tons of them yesterday.
What I want to know is how do I keep the leeches out? I seriously found annelids in my bathroom, 0.5mm wide, 5mm long, brown/grey, doing the leech walk (think the dance move 'the worm', from tail to head) in the puddles after I got out of the shower. I found a bunch of dead ones in little blood smears tonight so I can assume they come to eat the arthropods and died from borax ingestion thanks to the Combat. Next is ants and those stupid little clear-winged mini-fly looking things that seem to be harmlessly (but numerously) chilling on the walls in there.... I hope the ants go for the Combat traps too, but if not I'm sure there's specialised ones.
Icon wrote:Move!!! Escape!!!!
Leftywang81 wrote:If you have food just lying around or if you have scraps fall on the floor and forget to clean it, roaches will be attracted to that. Keeping your place clean is a good way to keep them away.
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