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Harris Boric Acid Roach Powder with Lure 16 oz


SKU: 500005 Manufacturer: Harris
Boric acid formula with lure kills Roaches, Palmetto Bugs, Waterbugs and Silverfish. Canister with applicator spoon reaches into cracks and crevices where insects hide. The powder is great for reaching roaches in hard to reach areas.
  • Contains a special lure to draw roaches from their hiding places
  • Long lasting when kept dry
  • Contains a easy to use puffer straw
  • EPA approved



How to kill roaches


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How to Use
  • Using the easy applicator, create a barrier through which cockroaches and other insects must crawl. Apply liberally under and behind refrigerator, stove, sink, dishwasher, washing machine, dryer and tubs in kitchen and utility rooms.
  • Apply in cracks and crevices along baseboards and corners of cabinets, cupboards and closets. Apply a line from corner to corner in rear of kitchen cabinets or drill 1/2″ holes at top of kick panels beneath cabinets in kitchen and bathrooms, dusting liberally.
  • Remove lower drawers in kitchen and bathroom cabinets, bedroom dressers and chest of drawers and liberally dust into drawer wells and under bookshelves. Apply into openings and void areas around plumbing, drains, water pipes and electrical conduits. Any powder visible after application may be brushed into cracks and crevices or removed. Reapply as necessary.


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