Some of the most effective ways to get rid of baby roaches include using boric acid, pesticides or roach baits. Additionally, you can combine these chemicals with insect growth regulators to ensure that any surviving roaches do not develop into egg-laying adults.
If using boric acid, ensure that you are only applying it to the areas where the roaches typically concentrate. A thin layer will be sufficient, as the roaches will walk over it and carry it to their nest. However, you should never apply boric acid on countertops or other exposed surfaces.
Roach baits work by attracting roaches to food inside the plastic container. Baits are ideal for households with children, since they usually come in child-proof containers. Either way, ensure that the baits are not easily reached by pets. Some of the best locations to place baits include under sinks, toilets and refrigerators.
Regardless of which method you use, it is important to observe some important safety considerations. These chemicals are highly toxic to humans and animals. As such, they should be used in places out of the reach of children or pets. If the roach infestation is already well-developed, it might be necessary to enlist the help of a professional exterminator.