Get Rid of Roaches without Harsh Chemicals & Pesticides

Non-toxic bug sprays you can feel good using around your family and pets

3 Simple Steps

Get Rid of Roaches, Indoors & Outdoors

1. Treat Indoors & Outdoors

Unlike old school, chemical-based bug sprays, Cedarcide is non-toxic and won’t fill your home with poisonous, long-lasting toxins.

FOR INDOORS:
Using Cedarcide Original or our extra strength bug spray Tickshield, spray directly to kill roaches and other unwanted bugs and spray known trouble spots and entry points weekly to help prevent them from coming back.

FOR OUTDOORS:
Using family-safe Outdoor Bug Control, spray your entire lawn, including shrubbery and small trees. Repeat again in two weeks and move to monthly treatments after that.

Then, spread Cedar Granules throughout your lawn and repeat every 6 weeks.

No downtime required! Because both products are non-toxic and plant-based, your family and pets can safely re-enter your lawn immediately after application.

2. Bait or Trap Them, Naturally

Making an effective and natural roach trap is easy and quick:

Start by baiting the bottom of a bottle with sugar or bread. Then, line the walls of the bottle with petroleum jelly so the roaches can't escape after entering. Place these traps wherever you’re experiencing roach problems and leave them out overnight. Check each trap in the morning, and empty and replace as needed.

Natural DIY roach bait is another family-safe, effective approach:

Fill shallow dishes with a 50/50 mixture of baking soda and sugar, and place them near known trouble areas like countertops, flooring, or trash cans. Repeat as needed.

3. Prevention

Preventing roaches can save you a lot of time, money, and effort. Here's how to do it:

• Cleanliness is the most important element in roach control. Crumbs and drink residues can feed a roach population for weeks. So make sure to regularly clean flooring, appliances, cabinetry, sinks, dishes, trash cans, etc. Pay particular attention to kitchens, bathrooms, and food prep areas.

• Trash cans and are a buffet for roaches, so take out the trash often, daily if there's an ongoing roach problem. Try to keep your trash cans firmly sealed when not in use, too.

• Unsealed food is a welcome invitation for roaches, so make sure to seal all food in hard plastic tupperware-like containers.

• Roaches love clutter, using it to both breed and nest. So make sure to limit all indoor and outdoor clutter.

• Roaches can go weeks without food, but need water almost every day. In other words, the less excess moisture in your home, the better.

• If there are roaches in your region and your home is easily accessible, you’re sure to experience roaches indoors sooner or later. To avoid this, check both inside and outside your home for potential entryways, such as cracks, holes, or damaged weather-stripping.

But how does it work?

There are 6 basic ways cedarwood kills and repels bugs like fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, ants, mites, chiggers, scorpions, roaches, wasps, and more.

Cedarcide Kills & Repels:

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Ticks

Ticks

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Fleas

Fleas

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Mites

Mites

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Roaches

Roaches

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Ants

Ants

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Wasps

Wasps

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Scorpions

Scorpions

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Ants

Ants

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Wasps

Wasps

Cedarcide Kils & Repels Scorpions

Scorpions