Saturday, April 13, 2013

Combat Roach Killing Bait Strips Review & Giveaway (closed)



Check it Out!  Last week I posted my Combat Ant Killing Bait Strips Review & Giveaway and now thanks to Purex Insiders once again, I get to share Combat Roach Killing Bait Strips with ya'll too!

 
Just like the ant bait strips, these Combat Roach killing Bait Strips are super easy to use.  Just break  the strips apart, peel of the adhesive baking and stick and remove the top strip.  Filled with a highly effective bait that the roaches eat and then carry back to the colony. 


We don't have a roach problem, but this house is new to us and older so there could be a hidden problem that we haven't found yet.  My daughter did report an early morning sighting of one next to the kitchen sink the other day and I was so happy to have this easy to use, mess free and discreet way of dealing with the problem.


I placed a strip on the inside of the cabinet under the sink and another above the sink cabinet.  The only thing I found wrong with these is the adhesive strip on the back just isn't big enough and I couldn't get one strip to stay but with the way these are made, you can just slide it up next to side wall of the cabinet near the back and it's never seen.  You can't beat how easy they are.

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Wanna chance to win some Free Combat Roach Killing Bait Strips?  Just enter via the Rafflecopter form below!  US residents only.


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*I received the product in this post compliments of Combat via Purex Insiders for purposes of this review, however all opinions are my own.

6 comments:

  1. Leave a comment letting me know how you currently deal with roaches.

    step on them and call pest control

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  2. I currently use spray.
    Virginia Rowell

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  3. I don't have roaches, but I do get ants every spring and have to use Terro bait.

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  4. i have used terminex in the past. their service worked for us but it's so expensive. i would like to try these in our indoor storage area where i saw a dead roach thanks crystal allen

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  5. i use professional sparyers

    lmurley2000@yahoo.com

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