Kill, Repel & Prevent Pests

Get Rid of Roaches in 3 Easy Steps

Did you know... Roaches are known to eat human skin, hair, and fingernails, sometimes even while you sleep.

3 Step Guide




Step 1
Spray Roaches Directly

To kill roaches, thoroughly spray them directly with Tickshield Extra-Strength Bug Spray. Unlike traditional roach sprays, Tickshield is free of harsh chemicals, so you never have to worry about using it around your family or pets.

Step 2
Treat Your Home and Lawn

Treating both inside and outside your home is the best approach to get rid of roaches as quickly as possible. In addition to spraying roaches directlyspray suspected entry points and known roach hangouts indoors with Tickshield weekly.

To kill and repel roaches outside, spray your lawn, shrubs, and the exterior of your home with Cedarcide Outdoor Bug Control. Reapply in 1–2 weeks and then monthly going forward. To help prevent roaches from sneaking inside, apply Cedarcide Granules in a thick line along your home’s foundation.

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Step 3
Prevent Roaches from Coming Back

A clean and organized home and lawn is the key to roach prevention. Dusting, vacuuming, and periodically cleaning appliances is crucial, as is cleaning up food and drink spills immediately. Make sure to keep stored food and trash cans tightly sealed as well.

For outdoors, avoid clutter, spray monthly with Outdoor Bug Control, maintain your lawn, and you should be just fine. For more roach prevention tips, click here.

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How Cedar Oil Kills Bugs

While the answer can get a bit technical, there are 6 basic ways cedarwood oil works to kill and repel pests like fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, ants, mites and more.

Customers are saying...
"I have been using this product for over a year on my two dachshunds to help control fleas and it works great. I also spray it in my garage to keep roaches out."
— Donna M.
"I have been using Cedarcide products for years on myself and dog to repel mosquitos and also inside my apartment to keep roaches away. It works great and smells pleasant and natural."
— Julie H.