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Combat Source Kill Max Roach Killing Gel, 60 Grams

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Combat Source Kill max roach gel formula contains both water and food that roaches need. This product works on both small and large roaches and starts killing in hours! This gel can be applied behind appliances and in cracks and crevices, near the places where roaches make their nests or enter your home. Combat Source Kill max gel allows you to place bait in many locations in your home, making it easier for more roaches to find and eat the bait, resulting in a quicker and more thorough kill.

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  • Product Dimensions: 1.6 x 9.4 x 2.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000QRAXSG
  • UPC: 023400519606 885651613614
  • Item model number: 51960
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (197 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,819 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

Now there is no roach in my kitchen.
rmitoday
Combat Source Kill Max Roach Killing Gel worked like magic for me.
Amazon Customer
Within two to three days, they were all gone!
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234 of 241 people found the following review helpful By Abhay S Harpale on July 13, 2012
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Ok, I have tried a lot of things for getting rid of cockroaches. Hopefully, someone will benefit from my experience.

raid spray: It does kill on contact, but is expensive to spray all over the house and smells (while spraying and later). The hot shots spray is also equally effective, doesn't smell as much, but again, painful to spray everywhere. Plus, you have to be careful that kids (and pets, if you have any) should not touch the sprayed surface.

boric acid powder: This is really effective, but very difficult to handle and dust all over the place, and clean up at a later date. I had gotten the hot shots brand bottle from lowe's.

orange guard: It is apparently natural and safe around food and children, but I didn't find it effective at all. roaches walked all over it as if it didn't exist and it didn't contain them even after prolonged treatment. Also, it is very expensive.

This Combat source kill gel: easy to apply. I can put it in cracks so no problems with kids and pets. It does attract roaches. I put a bead and soon 4-5 roaches gathered for a bait fest. They don't seem to die immediately. I had put it all over the house in cracks and crevices. Next day they seemed to have ingested a lot of the beads since many of those beads in high traffic areas just vanished. I see fewer roaches around the house the very next day, but I do see a lot of dead bodies (of roaches ;) ). Now let's see how long it contains the infestation.

5 day update: Now i dont have crawling roaches, only dead ones! And I would like to confess that I had a massive roach infestation, they were everywhere.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Paul K. on August 28, 2012
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I hate that I have to write this review at all, but last week I started to see evidence of "German" roaches in the kitchen & bathroom of my apartment. I don't know where they got in, but an unnoticed slow leak under my kitchen sink apparently created the perfect environment for them to move into, and they did. In 10+ years of apartment living this is the first roach problem I've encountered, so I went to Google to figure out how to deal with these vermin.

What I read convinced me to steer clear of sprays and foggers/bug bombs, as they're notoriously ineffective against German roaches, and in some cases simply drive the infestation deeper or into other, untreated, areas of the home. Instead, all the pros now recommend a strategy of baiting & sterilization, using gel poison bait and "IGR"s (bug birth control).

I wanted to start dealing with the problem right away, so I went to my local hardware store and found this Combat Source Kill Max gel, a package of Hot Shot Mini Ultra Liquid Roach Bait, 6 Count, and a bottle of Hot Shot MaxAttrax Roach Killer, 16-Ounce Powder. I used the powder to treat several areas where I had not yet seen roach activity, to prevent their spread, but the Combat gel and liquid bait stations were used to target the active infestation.

Simply put, the Combat gel is killer. I applied it according to recommendations found online, not the tube directions: place SMALL dabs, the size of a ball-bearing or pencil eraser, around the cabinet baseboards, corners, shelves, and backs.
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86 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Nik Willmore on January 12, 2010
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Boric acid is known to be the best roach poison for truly roach infested situations in which you know where they might walk and thus over time pick up some boric acid powder. But if you have a sudden outbreak, or a growing situation that you tried to ignore but can non longer do so, like I did, this stuff is magic. Does it contain boric acid? Hmmmm...no it contain Firpronil, a truly knarly looking molecule, which a bit of research indicates is a slow acting poison that allows roaches to indeed, like boric acid, return to their roach colony and nuke the others. That's why there are so many reviews online about this product not acting immediately enough to provide an immediate sense of victory. I did not find that it stained my varnished wood floors at all. It comes out as a fluid paste and then turns into a dry putty-like substance. My cat walked over it a few times in a place I of course didn't expect him to walk but he did, and the long line of it I had placed along the wall behind the folding chairs was not disturbed by his attempt to poison himself. Further research indicates it is not toxic to pets. If you have much worse roach problems, just mix boric acid with table scraps and stick it where pets can't get to it. If that sounds like a massive hassle, like it did to me in NYC, with my first major roach family squatters, then nuke with this stuff instead. Back when I was a student though, I found one variation of RAID that actually made them flip over and die, on demand. Not sure if they sell that version any more. I hope they do.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By B on December 9, 2012
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My parents home had a severe roach infestation, and for quite a long time. When I was in high school (circa 2006) we began our battle against these pests after seeing a couple of them scurry across the counter in the kitchen (and subsequently killing them). Well, we did what anybody does when seeing some new bugs in the kitchen (we didn't know they were roaches at first), we put the food away, cleaned the counters off really good, and got some Raid spray to keep them at bay (we got ant/roach because my mom thought the baby roaches kind of looked like ants, we hadn't seen a big one yet).

Well, after several weeks of fighting, and now knowing without a doubt they were roaches, the infestation just seemed to get worse! Fast forward to 2010, four years after the first roach siting, and the infestation had become severely worse, to the point where the little bugs were biting us (my parents, brother, and myself) in our sleep! My parents couldn't afford an exterminator so I began to scour the internet for products and found this product. My mother figured that it was worth a shot, though she'd pretty much lost any hope of getting her home back from the roaches who'd taken it over.

The product arrived and we began placing it in cracks, crevices, dark areas, moist areas, anywhere where you'd commonly see a roach crawling about. After using two full tubes in our initial application we figured it was time to play the waiting game, so we did, for five days. After the first five days of use we had to begin cleanup of all the dead bodies left behind. There were dead roaches everywhere, and all of the bait had been consumed. We placed more bait and began to clean up the mess of dead roaches.

Well, it's been 2 years since we bought the stuff.
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