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slittle

09:52AM | 05/20/09
Member Since: 04/15/09
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I just bought a house that has been vacant for 2 years or more. I have not seen any small cockroaches but there are redish brown roaches that are anywhere from an inch long to 1 1/2 in. long. What are they and how do I kill them? I have never had roaches before.

Thanks,

Sandy

jasonstrent070

06:57AM | 05/18/11
Member Since: 05/09/11
12 lifetime posts
Most probably they are cockroaches too cause as you said the house was been abandoned for years. Try to have over all cleaning and making sure all those are killed an gone. Try to use insect/bugs repellant solutions to eliminate them.

Harris59

04:30PM | 07/22/11
Member Since: 07/22/11
28 lifetime posts
sound's like you're probably going to having to bomb the house of roaches. any home improvement store will have it. but as far as killing one of those suckers on spot, i use "raid" it works great. spray it right on the bug.

mitchellw

04:39PM | 10/04/11
Member Since: 09/21/11
27 lifetime posts
just go to walmart or lowes to get some roach killer. they have many types of sprays to choose from. good luck
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