The presence of cockroaches in the house is a problem not to be underestimated: in fact, just a few specimens are enough to give rise to a serious infestation. To eradicate this parasite is not at all easy as it is particularly resistant and immune to many insecticide substances.
Even resorting to natural methods does not guarantee the desired results and the problem is not solved at the root, as a result of which an invasion of cockroaches in the home may arise again.
Running into cockroaches in the house is certainly not a pleasant experience and in most cases you act instinctively trying to hunt cockroaches with a broom or the first products that come to hand.
In other cases, however, many people try to keep these unpleasant insects away by resorting to natural remedies and sprinkling the environment with formulations based on vinegar, lemon juice, citrus peel and so on.
In reality, these solutions are not efficient and can only provide a temporary result, but they do not defeat the infestation, so much so that in a short time you may run into other specimens again.
Natural methods are therefore only recommended if only one specimen is sighted, but it is always good to aim for total effectiveness and prevent a high degree of infestation.
Invasion of Cockroaches in the House
Cockroaches tend to invade houses driven by the search for food and the need to find a refuge. Once inside the house they go in search of wetlands or where food is present such as the bathroom or kitchen. They are usually nocturnal animals, so they tend to come out at night and can reproduce very quickly, increasing the risk of a serious infestation in a short time. In fact, only two animals are enough to pose a threat to the home.
So the first thing to do is to carefully check the bathroom in specific places such as the shower tray, cracks in the walls, furniture, shelves and dark corners to make sure there is no nest.
If, on the other hand, cockroaches are sighted in the kitchen, it is a good idea to act immediately as this parasite attacks the food causing contamination of the food.
Insecticide For Cockroaches: Does it Really Work?
If you want to eradicate cockroaches with the use of special insecticides you must keep in mind that over time these parasites have developed a high immunity to become completely resistant to most of these substances, so even a high quality product could be ineffective.
For this reason it is preferable to opt for a professional cockroach pest control because specialized companies employ numerous studies and skills to create powerful and effective formulations with the aim of defeating these pests in a definitive way.