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Combat Roach Bait Stations

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Updated for 2020

Last update on 2021-03-01 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API


  • No mess involved
  • Kills by ingestion and touch
  • Works on colony
  • Easy installation
  • Will not stain floors
  • No Electricity needed
  • Kills the queen of the colony


  • Not ideal for large infestations
  • Must be replaced every 3 months
  • Not safe for children or pets
  • May take 2 weeks to work




  • Weight: 0.16 ounces
  • 1.5 x 7.1 x 7.1 inches


  • Works Without Any Activation
  • Inexpensive to Use
  • Controls Roaches for 3 Months
  • Works in Hours
  • Kills Large Roaches

Combat Roach Bait Stations Review

Having a kitchen full of ants or cockroaches can certainly cause a feeling of disgust, especially when you are trying to entertain. Unfortunately, ants and cockroaches are attracted to the kitchen due to smells of food, leftover crumbs, and other food left lying around. Spraying your kitchen countertop or stovetop with heavy chemical aerosols can be dangerous as those chemicals can lead to negative health effects.Combat bait stations offer a unique opportunity to safely and effectively get rid of both ant and cockroach infestations in the kitchen as well as other areas of your home. In this review, we will briefly look at the different types of Combat bait stations on the market and evaluate how effective they really are.

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