12 Natural Ways to Get Rid of Cockroaches Permanently

Poor domestic hygiene.
Irregular pest control measures.
Stored food in uncovered containers attracts cockroaches.
Infestation possible even in clean homes through drain pipes and small crevices.
Roaches can survive with the bare minimum requirements for sustenance.
They multiply very fast.
Cockroaches build nests in remote corners and crevices, flattening their body easily to fit any space.
 Cockroaches are highly resilient pests.Bay Leaves
Easily available in any grocery store and a common ingredient in kitchens, and a solution for those seemingly permanent roaches, bay leaves are surprisingly effectiveLeave a bundle of them near sinkholes, corners, and crevices where roach nests are likely to be to fend off the pests.Lemon has natural anti-pathogenic properties. Add lemon juice to the water you use to mop your floors, kitchen tops, and bathroom cabinets to keep germs away and repel roaches that cannot stand the citric smell.Leave some cucumber slices or peels overnight around kitchen counters and cabinets or near sinks and crevices where roaches may be especially active. Cucumbers are excellent roach repellents and are a non toxic, organic way of getting rid of these pests. 
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