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Monday, July 9, 2012

Car Infested With Roaches!

Pest Management


Photo above does not belong to Carron Lee. It is an extract from internet.


Oops! You have a beautiful car and do not want your car to be infested with ROACHES! Can you imagine driving around with the cockroaches around?! Well, this can happen; especially if you are in F&B industry.

You may wonder how do the cockroaches get into your car. 

Picture above does not belong to Carron Lee. It is an extract from internet. 

Nightmare started when people start moving their kitchen utensils from one place to another. Your F&B outlet heavily infested with cockroaches (You can't escape from cockroaches!) and when you start moving the utensils from that outlet to the second outlet or back to your house, there are chances for you to expose the clean zone to cockroach's zone and that's what I always say cockroaches infestation is an internal to external infestation. If you want to control cockroaches infestation, you need to control from internal area before controlling at the external area. 

So, what shall you do if your car is infested with cockroaches? You can't leave the infestation from becoming worse. 

Photo above does not belong to Carron Lee. It is an extract from internet. 

Photo above does not belong to Carron Lee. It is an extract from internet. 

I believe you do not want your car to be soaked with liquefied insecticides which can damn your car and leave the chemical odour in your car. I will advise you to go for baiting system. You may get the above baits either from your pest controller or hypermarkets. Easy to apply and monitor closely on the changes. It will help you to solve your cockroaches problem in the car. If you use the said Ridsect Cockroach Baits; as shown above, please remember to change it every 3 months. By leaving the black square bait around in the car without any bait left behind, it will become a potential harbouraging area for the cockroaches. 


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