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Combat Max Roach Killing Gel for Indoor and Outdoor Use, 1 Syringe, 2.11 Ounce (Pack of 1)
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- Starts working in hours
- Fast control of even large roaches
- For hard-to-reach places such as cracks and crevices
- Long residual action
- This package includes one 2.1-ounce syringe of Combat Max Roach Killing Gel
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How Combat Gel Baits Work
Place many spots or dabs of gel near areas of roach traffic and suspected nesting areas. Gel can be placed in cracks, crevices, and corners where roaches hide.
Gel attracts roaches in search of food and water to the bait.
Roaches ingest the bait and return to die in their nest.
Sprays are contact killers
Sprays only kill the pests you see. Roaches not sprayed continue to thrive inside the nest.
Gels kill at the source
Roaches eat the bait and return to the nest and die. Other roaches eat them and die, creating a chain reaction.
Baits kill at the source
Roaches enter station and eat the bait. They take the bait back to the nest, share the bait, killing other roaches and destroying the nest.
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|Kill Duration||10 Months* *Kills German cockroaches on non-porous surfaces for 10 months||3-12 Months** **Depends on variant||3 Months||3 Months||1 Month||1-3 Months** **Depends on varian|
Combat Max Roach Killing Gel formula attracts roaches with the food and water they need. Combat Max Roach Killing Gel starts killing both large and small roaches within a matter of hours. As a form fitting substance, Combat Max Roach Killing Gel is best used in cracks and crevices where roaches enter the home. Combat Max Roach Killing Gel kills both large and small cockroaches and can be used indoors or outdoors. Place baits throughout your home, so more roaches can find and eat the bait, resulting in a quicker and more thorough kill. This package includes one 2.1-ounce syringe of Combat Max Roach Killing Gel. For Indoor Use: 1. To apply gel: Remove cap from tip, touch tip to surface and depress plunger. Gel can be applied only as sports or in a line along cracks or crevices. For first application, apply gel in 4 dime-sized spots or several 1.4 to 6-inch lines per square yard. Recap tube after use. 2. Place many spots or dabs of gel near areas of roach traffic and suspected nesting areas. Gel can be placed in cracks, crevices, corners and spots where roaches occur. 3. Inspect gelt after one month and reapply if it is no longer visible. Refresh with a new application after 3 months. Gel cleans up with a damp paper towel. Discard towel after use.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 1.6 x 9.4 x 2.1 inches; 2.08 Ounces
- Item model number : 234005196004
- Department : Insecticides
- Date First Available : December 23, 2004
- Manufacturer : Combat
- ASIN : B000QRAXSG
- Country of Origin : USA
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- Best Sellers Rank: #117 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
- #11 in Pest Control Baits & Lures
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Active Ingredients: Fipronil 0.01%, Other Ingredients 99.99%.
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PRO TIP - Use an old lid from a jar to contain the gel, this way you can monitor it. I saw a suggestion to use an old paper towel roll and put the gel in there nice dark hidey hole for the roaches to hang out and munch.
Pro - Long lasting Oder free
Con - Why did I never hear about this before?
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I didn't want to use a bomb either as I worried about me and the cats breathing it even after a day had passed so I spent ages looking into all the different poisons and their active ingredients. Most of them said poisonous and even lethal to animals even in small doses. Then I found Combat Source Kill Max and saw all the amazing reviews, hoped it would be good. I found out that the active ingredient, Fipronil, is the same as many of the treatments put on the back of a cat's or dog's neck to kill fleas and ticks but in a smaller quantity so I would worry less about the cats.
I ordered it (3 tubes, they are huge, great value) and as soon as it arrived I got busy putting tiny blobs everywhere. I read it was best to put tiny blobs in lots of places and lines of it in cracks where they often run along. I did make sure that all the places were not accessible to my cats so in cupboards, on plug sockets, behind fridge, toaster, toilet, under sinks. I didn't put any in my bedrooms or lounge as I read it is better to coax them out of those areas into the kitchen and bathroom, so I thought I would see how it went. I was convinced I would be an unlucky one where it didn't work or that the reviews were all made up (you never know these days!) but oh my god I was amazed!
That evening I kept checking the blobs and even with the lights on there were already roaches munching away on many of them, I couldn't believe it. They were like drug addicts getting a fix, even when I touched one it didn't run off just carried on eating!
The next day (12 hours later, much faster than I expected) it was like Roach Armageddon, bodies everywhere, loads dead on the kitchen counters already and even more on their backs dying, unable to get up (I almost felt bad for them) so I squashed them knowing others would carry the poison back the the many nests. I cleared away the bodies on view so that my cats couldn't eat them and left the ones in cupboards to get eaten by other roaches and pass it through the system.
Day 2 just as many dead and dying then the third day only a few, I could hardly believe it had worked so well. I understood how it worked and that it could take a few weeks or even months to get rid of a large infestation but after that first week I then only found maybe one or two a week, usually walking like it was drunk. I then decided to put a little blob just inside each bedroom to get the remaining ones in there, now that I knew it couldn't coax any from the kitchen as they were all dead.
After 2 months I put all new poison blobs down (even though hadn't had more roaches) just to make sure and also decided to do all of the communal areas on each floor in my apartment block to stop any straying from outside (1 tube goes a long way and after doing all of this I still had only just finished the first tube). My concierge saw me and asked what I was doing, she said it was kind and the next day the bug man came and bombed all those areas too so that was a bonus.
That was last November (2013) and is now May 2014, I have seen maybe one a month, if that, and couldn't be happier. It is such a relief and after so many years of hating them and dreading finding more of them I can now say it is a distant and horrible memory. I clean holiday apartments and have been putting a few blobs down in each, this stuff lasts for ages, even after it has dried and been down for months it still attracts and kills them. It has honestly made my life a happy one, thank you Combat, I would definitely say I would buy it again and again but here is hoping I never have to! :D
After a year and a half of trying spray after spray after bomb of different chemicals that made me sick and I couldn't put in places in need of it because of my pets, I figured... what the heck? I had originally gotten a pack of a small tube of gel and 6 baits of this brand. The difference within a week was pretty outstanding. With just the smaller tube and the baits I went from seeing probably 50+ roaches a day to seeing maybe 10 and had carcasses everywhere. I had only put it in the kitchen, and there were still nests throughout the house. Seeing the difference it made with just the small tube I decided to order the bigger one and some bait strips of the same brand.
I put the gel anywhere I couldn't put a strip, that my pets wouldn't get into, and that I could avoid bumping into. I put it under my sink, in the cracks and crevices in the walls and window, on top of the stove (in an area that doesn't get hot, it is flammable, be careful!). I put some strips in the cabinet where I store spices and snacks (always make sure you have every container sealed as best as possible, roaches can squeeze into everything, and you don't want them tracking the bait and the diseases they carry into your food.) I put this stuff virtually everywhere, anywhere that I could and not worry about it. I even put a few of the strips on my living room table and wrapped the areas in foil so the cats can't get into it. I was really determined to get this in any place that roaches might crawl. I highly suggest you do the same.
I bought this tube of the gel on May 2nd, and the other packages only a week or 2 before then. I am sitting here on August 6th telling you this.. I have gone from seeing 50+ roaches a day to recently... 1 or 2 a WEEK. Yes, they still are going to be around. They live within the walls, you can't really get 100% rid of them, especially if you live in a 60+ year old house in Florida like I do (or something similar). Even expert exterminators will tell you this if they're being honest. However... I have seen more than a 99% decrease in these little monsters since using this product.
I also highly recommend putting out some glue mouse traps in the ares that have the highest traffic. It seems a bit weird, but the glue on the traps acts as a bait because it is roaches' favorite food and they can't resist it. I put some out while using this product and they were filled within a couple of weeks. I replaced them and they're still catching a straggler here and there. I even had times that had eggs hatch on them, so that was a good 20-30 extra roaches that never got the chance to roam free.
I whole heartily recommend this product to anyone plagued with these demons as I have been. It has saved what little sanity I have left. I can sleep at night a little better now knowing there's not a swarm of roaches in my house anymore. I am not someone that is trying to get you to waste your money or your time. I did NOT receive a free product in exchange for my review. I am someone that truly wants no one else to go through the hell I went through my entire life with these monsters. I understand that all cases are different. Roaches are amazing little creatures and some have resistances to things that others don't. At the end of the day you really aren't spending much money to get this product and it has more good reviews than it does bad. It's worth at least trying, and hopefully you have amazing results like I did.
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