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Thread: Recommend me a fumigator

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    Cockroaches and the like need to die.
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    Where are you?

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    Buy a few can's of Doom fogger, it's cheaper and works well. http://www.makro.co.za/ProductDetail.aspx?cat=-1&prod=10879&SKU=000000000002227277|EA

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    I am in Johannesburg
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    Use the bait stations instead. If you kill these bug*ars (LOL) they just lay an egg and the new generation will think your poison is very tasty. The bait station sticks them to the pad, and any subsequent egg or babies.
    Above all don't squash 'em because that just sqeezes all the eggs out.

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    I agree with Skeptik, those sticky traps work like a charm, I also heard that boric acid works too, and dont waste your time with target or doom, grab a 6 pack of dyroach or raid and spray like mad, you can also get raid fumigation disks but as long as there is a long term infestation you are better off moving! You should also look at getting the cockroach gel, I dont know how good it is but thats what some fumigators use. I too ended up with a roach problem and the only solution was to move, I fuimigated 4 times but the whole building was infested so it was just a waste of time. Good luck in your hunt.

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    Hi

    I had these little roaches in our kitchen cupboards when we bought our flat. And the people lifted the carpets of the flat to have the parcade flooring. The problem here again was a flea infestation.

    I used doom fogger and sprayed all the rooms with paraffin. Might sound strange but what happens is that the paraffin makes the eggs infertile and kills the current fleas.

    The fogger was just for the bugs.

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    Find a guy that uses the motorised device on his back.

    They spray a solvent that sticks to the walls and you will be bug free for 12 months.

    We used the stuff because the missus is scared of spiders and all things creapy. Haven't seen so much as a fly for 8 months never mind ants and stuff.

    I have the number for the guy in CT if you want to give him a call to find out more.

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    Oh dear, this shameless n00b bump is likely to really piss HavocXphere off...

    I know someone who can help with fumigation - http://mybroadband.co.za/vb/member.php?u=8757
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    You need to break the cycle - look up what the breeding cycle is for the bugs and then fog that many days apart. There are egss in your house at the moment. Fogging will kill the bugs running around at the moment. Those eggs will hatch and you'll have roaches again, so fog them again while they are still too young to lay their own eggs.
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