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Roach Kill Cockroach Gel Bait

Roach Kill Cockroach Gel Bait

3.8 from 20 reviews

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Nick G.

Nick G.Perth, WA

Excellent results

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Saw some cockroaches scurrying out of the kitchen and used this bait. Have found dead cockroaches all over the place, the problem must have been worse that I originally thought. 7 days later, problem 100% fixed, amazing stuff - highly recommended.

Purchased in February 2019 at Bunnings Warehouse for $7.99.

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Unbeliveable

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Yasur007

Yasur007Melbourne

  • 2 reviews
  • 6 likes

Very happy with result

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I read the reviews on this site and decided to purchase this product. I took it to my house in Vanuatu where I applied it and it was fantastic. I cut up a plastic take-away containers and put a dot on each piece of the plastic which I then placed in lots of places - about 25 all up. Very happy to see lots of dead cockroaches after the second night. I re-used the plastic pieces a few times and then removed them to the bin once I was satisfied the job had been done. Very happy.

PodeCoet

PodeCoetSydney

  • 3 reviews
  • 2 likes

Brilliant product if used creatively

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Sarah McKay

Sarah McKayHobarth

  • 7 reviews
  • 4 likes

Mixed reviews from me

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I'm not really sure about how I feel about this product. I bought this to use it on our storage facility last week. After a couple of days after applying it on the corners, wall cracks, shelves, etc, I started seeing a handful of dead roaches. However, after about a week, I can still see a number of them crawling all over the place. I guess what I'm trying to say is although some of the roaches died, the gel doesn't seem to be really effective since. But, I'm still planning on using the gel and I'll be applying generously this time. Hopefully, it will get the job done.


Brookles

Brookles

  • 3 reviews
  • 5 likes

Unbelievable!

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Bob

Bob

  • 2 reviews
  • 3 likes

Lived up to my expectations

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Out of desperation I handed over my $7.00 but wasn't full of expectations and rightly so, it never worked.. It's a little harder to obtain but I will be sticking to Boric Acid in future...


PtDaFool

PtDaFoolPerth, WA

  • 6 reviews
  • 6 likes

This works.

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Marcus

Marcussydney

  • 2 reviews
  • 2 likes

Dont waste your money

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Flat out does not work. I used about half in the kitchen, no difference, baits not touched. Caught a roach and put it in a container with some on the side so its less likely to stan on it but can easily reach up to eat it. 3 days later it was still alive.

Takes some patience, but it works

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Have been battling a Roach infestation for 3 months with foggers and bombs ( 20+ unit complex). Tired of the smell and cost, bought two tubes of the gel bait.
Within two days of application, I had a bunch of dead roaches to sweep. Over the course of the week, number of live ones seen running around next to zero. Three weeks and a deep clean later, not a roach to be found.

On top of being fastidious in removing all roach food sources, highly recommend the gel


Didnt work

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Yes. it did not work! I purchased this from Bunning and I used these in my kitchen closet, didn't have any effect. Iwouldn't recommend this product to others. Never worked


lodz_au

lodz_auSouth East Queensland, QLD

  • 15 reviews
  • 12 likes

Didn't work

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Just found a cockroach on the tube of gel!! I tried using the the gel twice and it hasn't worked. Waste of money. Disappointed.


Really works!

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We have had a bad cockroach infestation for years - embarrassing, annoying and dirty roaches everywhere. I've tried sprays, bombs, herbal and "natural" remedies but nothing worked. This gel is brilliant. You only get a small amount but it doesn't smell, can be put in hard to reach spots and is not noticeable once its there. And it works, I've been sweeping up dead cockies for days. I've gone back for more because I might actually break the suckers with this stuff!


Julie

JulieNew South Wales, 2452

wonderful actually works

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omg i must thank you , i have had cockroaches for years and had my house professionally sprayed many times which worked for a short while, thank you very much for my cockroach free house and i found the baits and gel at coles and will be keeping some on hand

now 8 months cockroach free

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Julie
Julie

now almost 1 year roach free

imawag

imawag

  • 11 reviews
  • 13 likes

Roach Kill Cockroach Gel Bait

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Here's a little trick you might find useful.

Next time you see a German Roach running around on your Bench-Top, squeeze a drop onto the back of the little critter - won't kill him (her?) straight away and he'll go back to the nest and share amongst his mates.

Very effective product. Huge advantages over bombing and spraying of harmful chemicals - after all - the collateral damage to us humans as a side effect is not a good outcome.

Very disappointed my local woollies now longer stocking.

Barra49

Barra49AU

  • 2 reviews
  • 2 likes

Certainly works

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We have had great results with this product It attracts and kills in quick time. Overall very effective.The down sides are the cost and small volume in the syringe. Also our local Woolworths has stopped stocking it.


OZFeedbackGuru

OZFeedbackGuruSydney

  • 7 reviews
  • 10 likes

Wasted $8 ...don't recommand

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I tried this in my unit, which does has moderate cockroach. This gel does not work at all...cockroach dance over the gel placed in every corner of the room/kitchen.....don't waste your money try something else


Ken

KenSydney, NSW

  • 38 reviews
  • 49 likes

How the costs is justified

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Ken
Ken

Further as the product is costly you might also consider using the empty cylinder as a bait: -leave it in a corner, small german would be attracted to.

Ken
Ken

Cockroaches exterminated - Real Deal.

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The Central Coast is a Cockroach haven - moist and warm. Having many & varied electrical appliances provide unlimited accommodation for these pests. Roach Kill Gel Bait is non intrusive, can be applied easily with no smell no mess and can be placed in hard to get to places. A small dab of gel placed in a variety of spots offers broad coverage. Overnight improvement was obvious. After a week, there was a marked improvement on lack of living creatures and after 3 weeks only remnants of their existence. I have never been more impressed with such an effective product.
simple to use, clean, inexpensive, reliable - long lasting.


MAXINE COOK

MAXINE COOKAlice Springs

  • 2 reviews
  • 1 like

Best method of cockroach control

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Mouse bates attract cockroaches and they thrive on it and multiply,growing hugh. apply strips of roachkill on top of the bate station and it will help stop the cockroaces from eating all of the mouse bates.and reduce numbers. solid bates crumble and are spread around by vermin making them dangerous
It works and non messy like solid bates which don't work.
Not available in Coles anymore

Questions & Answers

Sabi

Sabiasked

I have tiny little cockroaches at my home. What is the best effective way to get rid of it? Please help.

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Chemical baits have also proved effective in controlling cockroaches, in particular German cockroaches. Baits come in the form of gels (such as this one) and can be placed in areas like behind fridges, dishwashers, microwaves, under kettles and near computers etc where the German Cockroach are most likely found. Place small 'pea sized' spots in or near the areas of infestation. German Cockroaches will ingest the gel and die a short time later. Baits should be checked and replenished regularly.


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