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Cryonite® Service Guidelines for German Cockroaches

 

German cockroaches can carry bacteria and other pathogens on their bodies and legs. The pathogens can cause food poisoning, rashes, and even asthma.

Additionally, german cockroaches’ life cycle allows them to reproduce rapidly. A female can lay 40 eggs at a time, which mature in about two months. As a result, an introduction can quickly become an infestation.

Cryonite is a german cockroach killer that provides an alternative or an addition to traditional residual treatments. Cryonite’s non-toxic nature is helpful in sensitive environments that cannot use pesticides, such as hospitals, medical clinics, daycares, pet stores, and zoos.

Controlling German Roaches with Cryonite

Successful control of these pests is multifaceted and includes the following:

  1. Inspection to determine areas of activity within a kitchen, room, apartment, or home.
  2. Physical removal of as many pests as possible by vacuuming (when cockroach populations are significant).
  3. Application of Cryonite to cracks and voids where these insects are known or suspected.
  4. Application of gaps, cracks, crevices, and spot treatments with residual insecticides or bait.
  5. Working with the customer to correct conditions that promote or harbor pests.

To make the most effective use of this pest control technology, read our User Manual and download our step-by-step guide below.

 

Download Guidelines For Treating German Cockroaches


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