Safely and easily rid your home of those disease carrying roaches! Also works for crickets and spiders.
Victor® Insect Glue Board - 96 Boards
Safely and easily rid your home of those disease carrying roaches! Works for crickets and spiders too.
The Victor® Insect Glue Board traps crawling insects including roaches, crickets and spiders. It contains a release paper that protects the glue surface and is easily removed when ready to use. The tab locks to form a tent that hides trapped insects from direct view. This value pack has 96 insect traps total.
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Victor® Insect Glue Board - 96 Boards - Specifications
- Traps crawling insects including roaches, crickets and spiders
- Tab locks to form a tent that hides trapped insects from direct view
What's in the Box:
- (4) glue boards per pack
- (24) packs
- 24 Value pack - 4 insect traps per package
- Release paper protects glue surface and is easily removed when ready to use
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All About Insects Victor® Insect Glue Board Controls
By learning about the many insects that may invade your home, you will find safe, effective methods of controlling them so you can have a pest-free home without adding toxins to our environment.
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FAQs about Cockroaches
Q: How Do Roaches Enter a Home?
A: Cockroaches might ride into a home in a grocery bag or even in clothing. In an attached home or apartment, pipes and holes in adjoining walls, floors and ceilings provide speedy walkways and portals for these stealthy, nocturnal travelers. More»
Q: Can Roaches Harm People?
A: Cockroaches can carry pathogens that cause asthma, allergies, abscesses, boils, bubonic plague, diarrhea, dysentery, gastroenteritis, intestinal infections, leprosy, lesions, typhoid fever, urinary tract infections and more. More»
Q: What's that Smell?
A: Cockroach odor, known as "attar of roaches," may not be life-threatening but is the unpleasant combination of cockroach excrement, scent gland fluid and regurgitated food. This musty odor varies with each cockroach species.
Q: Are these Pellets Cockroach Droppings?
A: Roaches plaster their fecal matter to wood or cardboard. When the fecal matter does not stick, people often find their droppings.
Q: Do Cockroaches Only Come Out at Night?
A: Roaches have evolved to have negative phototropism, meaning they seek darkness and avoid light. By being active in the dark, cockroaches have a greater chance of surviving human efforts and those of other predators.
Q: What Type of Cockroach is Found in the Home?
A: The German cockroach infiltrates the most homes and is responsible for 70% of all U.S. roach problems. One female German cockroach can produce 200,000 roaches in one year. They are highly adaptable to all environments and quickly become immune to pesticides.
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