Combat Roach Killing Bait Strips should be used when you need to be fast, thorough, and discreet where roaches are likely to seek food, water, or shelter.
Frequently Asked Questions
The best way to kill roaches is to eliminate them at the source.
Yes you can use both large roach baits and small roach baits at the same time.
Roaches transfer the bait through consumption or contact.
There are different baits for large and small roaches because different roach species have different food preferences.
When it comes to ant infestation, Combat gives you a range of gel and bait solutions, but bait strips are particularly hassle-free. You can easily put these strips in discreet locations around your home.
Combat bait stations, gel baits, and bait strips are effective when it comes to eliminating ant problems in your home. Most ant pests live on either sweets or protein and Combat kills both types.
All Combat products contain a mixture of food that ants can’t resist mixed with a pesticide they can’t survive.
Combat makes numerous products specifically tailored to take care of any ant problem.
The best way to kill ants is to kill the entire colony at their source.
Most household ants are affected by Combat.
Ants transfer the baits by sharing food or coming into contact with one another.
You see more ants after first placing ant baits and gels because it's working!
Combat makes three easy to use and effective products that efficiently eliminate cockroaches and ants. All three of these products attract insect pests with food laced with two types of insecticide.
Combat utilizes two effective ingredients to solve your ant and roach problems: fipronil and hydramethylnon. While the chemicals are different they are both fast and effective.
Simply remove the bait station from the carton and plastic wrap, break apart.
Combat® products are not less effective than Combat® Max™ products - they are used in different ways.
Roaches and ants aren't trapped in the bait stations because these insects take the bat from the stations back to their respective nests.
Gels contain more liquid compared to solid baits.
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Combat products contain one of two active ingredients: hydramethylnon or fipronil. While these chemicals are deadly to ants and roaches, Combat Bait Stations, Bait Strips, and Gel Baits have been shown to have a low order of toxicity. They are considered “relatively non-hazardous and virtually non-toxic” to people and pets as classified by the Environmental Protection Agency.
The insecticide in our product has been formulated to specifically affect insects and is virtually non-toxic to humans. However, we recommend washing hands after contact for your own protection.
The active ingredient in our Combat® ant baits and gels have been designed specifically for ants and has been shown to have a low order of toxicity in animals such as (non-insect) household pets.
Yes, Combat products are safe to use in a food pantry as long as there are no open foods.
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