Pesticide Free - No chemicals used of any kind
Non-toxic - Safe for children and pets
Easy to Use - Simply fold the trap and insert the tab at the top to hold it together
Cockroaches can enter from all four sides so capture rates are high.
Hygienic no-touch disposal of dead cockroaches.
Discreet easy way to capture insects.
Discreet - Slides easily under furniture and bedding.
Versatile - For residential and commercial use.
5 Traps - Five large traps included in each package.
This product is intended for indoor use wherever spiders or other crawling insects have been seen.
Ideal locations include in bathrooms, behind kitchen appliances and behind sofas, tables, desks, wardrobes etc.
Set the Trap
Roach traps can be used in areas that are hard to reach to apply a spray or gel. Places such as under the stove, refrigerator, and even inside cabinets. Use Roach Traps in your bathroom and basements.
Wait for the Trap to Fill Up
Roach Traps are easy to use and work great for monitoring not only roaches, but other insects, such as spiders, silverfish, earwigs. Sometimes you'd be surprised by all of the insects you'll catch.
Throw away the trap after insects are caught.
Glue traps (also known as sticky traps) are a great way to catch a few roaches. The bugs will get stuck as they make their way through your home. The traps usually come in strips and are meant to be placed in common roach paths.
Best Budget: SMARTCATCH Peanut Butter Scented Glue Board
For an inexpensive means of catching and killing cockroaches, the simple glue boards from SMARTCATCH are a top choice.
An old jam jar can be a good bug catcher. Pour 2 cups of vinegar into a bowl and stir in one cup of molasses. This sticky mixture will attract and trap the roaches when they come to eat it.
Here are some of the fastest ways to get rid of roaches:
Use Glue Traps to Identify Problem Areas. Glue traps are an effective way to identify roach problem areas and resolve infestations. ...
Set Bait Stations. ...
Caulk all Entry Points. ...
Use a Liquid Concentrate. ...
Hire a Pest Management Professional.