Use gel bait to eliminate German cockroaches. The bait should be placed in areas where the roaches are often seen. Use new batches of bait every few weeks for new roaches that can hatch during that time. Then, ensure tha... More »

To get rid of roaches, apply sticky traps, clean the entire house, dry wet areas, and use boric acid to kill the remaining roaches. Roach bait can be used instead of boric acid, if desired. More »

When roaches invade a house, it's important to get rid of them as quickly as possible. These dirty insects damage books and wallpaper, snack on your food and spread germs to humans. More »

Place bait stations under the seats and in the trunk of the car to get rid of cockroaches. Glue traps that are baited with food in the middle can also work to remove a cockroach infestation in a car. More »

Effective killing methods for German cockroaches include plastic roach baits, gel bait, sticky traps, toxic dust and extreme hot or cold temperatures. Bug sprays aren't recommended because sprays don't reach a majority o... More »

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Kill German cockroaches in a car by using a combination of good cleaning habits, roach traps and poison roach bait. Avoid the use of aerosol roach bombs in a vehicle, due to the residual harmful chemicals that become tra... More »

It takes about two weeks to get rid of a modest infestation of cockroaches, but it can take up to eight weeks to get rid of a heavy infestation, according to Pest Kill. However, there is no definitive time frame because ... More »