Combat® Max™ Roach Killing Gel
This roach-killing gel starts killing both large and small roaches within a matter of hours.
Form-fitting substance, best used in cracks & crevices where roaches enter the home, and kills both large & small cockroaches.
Combat® Max™ Roach Killing Gel formula attracts roaches with the food and water they need. This roach-killing gel starts killing both large and small roaches within a matter of hours. Apply this gel behind appliances and in cracks and crevices where roaches make their nests or enter your home. Because Combat® Max™ Roach Killing Gel allows you to place baits throughout your home, more roaches can find and eat the bait, resulting in a quicker and more thorough kill.
Active Ingredient: Fipronil
Other Ingredients: Food-based Attractants, Benzisothiazolinone, Chloromethylisothiazolinone, Glycol, Water, Gelling Agent.
NOTE: It is a violation of federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.
Do not apply gel to areas recently sprayed with insecticide, and do not spray insecticide over gel as it may cause the bait to become repellent. Do not apply gel to surfaces where food is handled or prepared. Do not contaminate food or utensils with gel.For Indoor Use
- 1. Remove cap, touch tip to surface and depress plunger. For first application, apply gel in four dime-sized spots or several 1½ to 6-inch strips per square yard. Recap tube after use.
- 2. Place many spots of gel near areas of roach traffic and suspected nesting areas, as well as cracks and crevices.
- 3. Inspect gel after one month and reapply if no longer visible. Refresh with a new application after three months. Clean up gel with a damp paper towel and discard towel after use.
For Outdoor Use (adjacent to home or structure):
Follow similar instructions as indoor use. Try to apply gel in protected areas whenever possible, as direct sunlight and water will reduce the residual effectiveness. Follow similar inspection and re-application instructions.
The gel attracts roaches in search of food and water to the bait.
Roaches ingest the bait and return to die in their nest.