How Do You Use Boric Acid To Kill Roaches?
Boric acid powder is a less toxic way to kill roaches than using roach spray. Many people believe that boric acid is not a roach poison, but it is minimally toxic. It should not be left in areas where people will walk over it and track it around a home. Instead, using boric acid in only the areas where cockroaches hide. Step 1 Use loose boric acid powder only in containers that allow you to precisely place the poison where roaches will walk through it. Instead of sprinkling it on the open floor, use the tip of the container to apply the boric acid to the areas behind and beside appliances. Put small amounts in the back corners of storage closets, garages and other places that humans don’t often visit. Step 2 Create barriers with boric acid. A thin coating of boric acid powder that is placed in thresholds where roaches may cross can kill roaches that do come in. The trick to doing this safely is to place it in thresholds that will not be walked through by humans. The corners of the gara