Get unbeatable, professional results in infestation elimination with new Advion Roach Bait Gel. Advion Roach Bait Gel is powered by a unique, high-performing bait matrix that targets even the toughest species of gel bait-averse roaches including German, American, and Brown-Banded. Apply Advion Roach Bait Gel as a crack and crevice treatment indoors and outdoors in commercial, residential, and industrial sites.
We provide 1 Plunger PER ORDER to expel the bait from the tubes. You can purchase extra plungers or you can purchase a bait gun for use with this product. We recommend the Masterline professional bait gun.
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|Active Ingredient:||Indoxacarb, 0.6%|
|Target pests:||German, American, Australian, Smoky-Brown, Brown, Asian, and Brown-Banded species of cockroaches|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed|
|Yield:||- 3 to 5 spots of gel bait per 10 linear feet for heavy infestations.|
- 1 to 3 spots of gel bait per 10 linear feet for light to moderate infestations.
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||NY|
How Advion Roach Bait Gel Works
The brief delay in mortality caused by the active ingredient Indoxacarb allows cockroaches to consume the bait and return to the harborage site to contaminate other cockroaches resulting in significant reduction in infestation levels. Each roach that comes in contact with bait can contaminate up to 40 other roaches by way of contact, feces, or the other roaches feeding on its poisoned carcass. This domino effect knocks out roach populations at an incredible rate.
German, American, Australian, Smoky-Brown, Brown, Asian, and Brown-Banded species of cockroaches
PESTS CONTROLLED WITH ADVION COCKROACH BAIT GEL: Cockroaches such as German, American, Australian, Smoky-Brown, Brown, Asian, Oriental, and Brown-Banded.
Use Advion Roach Bait Gel indoors and outdoors as a crack and crevice treatment to control even the toughest of infestations. Advion cockroach bait gel is excellent for German roaches as they are the most common indoor infesting roach. Advion roach bait gel may be used in conjunction with Insect Growth Regulators, such as Gentrol Point Source Stations, for even more complete control of all life stages of cockroaches.
ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Indoxacarb, 0.6%
Advion Roach Bait Gel Application Instructions
Always read the product label completely before use.
• For heavy infestations of cockroaches, apply 3 to 5 spots of ADVION® cockroach gel bait per 10 linear feet.
• For light to moderate infestations of cockroaches, apply 1-3 spots of ADVION® cockroach gel bait per 10 linear feet.
• Each spot of ADVION® gel bait should equal about 0.5 grams (approx. 1/4” diameter)
• For all levels of cockroach infestations, when a bead of ADVION® cockroach gel bait is used, apply a small thin bead that is less than 1/8” wide and approximately 2 inches long.
Each 30 g tube yields approximately 60 bait placements. Each box of 4 x 30 g tubes yields approximately 240 placements.
Advion Roach Bait Gel is for use in the following areas:
Residential, Institutional, Commercial, and Industrial Areas; Use sites include single and multi-family residential buildings, schools, commercial and industrial facilities (including warehouses, apartments, supermarkets, restaurants, motels, hotels, hospitals, food handling/storage establishments), and transportation equipment such as aircraft, trains, ships, boats, buses; residential homes, industrial facilities, offices, warehouses, commercial kitchens, hospitals, schools, nursing homes, hotels, buses, trains, aircraft, retail and commercial establishments, and other areas infested with cockroaches
Where to apply Advion Roach Bait Gel INDOORS:
- 3 to 5 spots of gel bait per 10 linear feet for heavy infestations.
- 1 to 3 spots of gel bait per 10 linear feet for light to moderate infestations.
ADVION® cockroach gel should be applied to areas frequented by cockroaches such as between different elements of construction, between equipment and floors, openings leading into voids and hollow spaces in floors, walls, ceilings, equipment legs and bases, around plumbing pipes, doors and windows, and behind and under appliances, cabinets, sinks, closets, and any other equipment that cockroaches are typically known to hide.
See our Indoor Roach Control Guide for more examples of indoor placement.
Where to apply Advion Roach Bait Gel OUTDOORS:
• A thorough inspection around a structure may reveal areas where cockroaches are gaining access. Attempts should be made to remove the access.
• ADVION® cockroach gel bait may also be applied as a spot or thin bead (see above) to pest entry sites such as along windows, doors, between construction elements, sewer areas, adjacent trees which harbor cockroaches, along walls, garbage holding areas, or suitable placement site acting as a cockroach harborage. Bait placements should be made to reduce the potential of subsequent human contact.
• Bait placements should be inspected periodically and fresh bait applied as needed.
*Bait should be placed in cracks and crevices to reduce exposure to rain, dust, and sunlight.
Advion Roach Gel Bait Features
*Pet safe when used as directed
• Complete spectrum pest control
• Targets even gel bait-averse species of cockroaches
• New, high-performing bait matrix
• Thorough cockroach infestation elimination
• High consumption bait
• Indoor/Outdoor use
• Commercial, residential, and industrial sites
*Baits use very little active ingredient making them very low risk products for your home or business
Extra Tips for Using Advion Roach Gel Bait
• Avoid applying ADVION cockroach gel to surfaces recently treated with residual sprays.
• Surfaces treated with ADVION cockroach gel should not be treated with residual sprays. Keep sprays low and baits high.
• Repeat applications may be made upon inspection during follow-up inspections of the treated areas.
• Do not apply to surfaces that food contacts.
• Do not allow open foods to contact gel material.
*Do not apply bait to surfaces where the temperature may exceed 120-130 degrees F because this may cause the bait to liquefy and the gel to lose effectiveness.
*If gel comes into contact with exposed surfaces, remove the bait and wash the area with soap and water.
*Store out of extreme temperatures and direct sunlight for up to one year.
*Avoid placing bait on porous surfaces, e.g. concrete or cardboard, or where it may be exposed to air currents. These conditions may cause the bait to dry out and be less attractive.
*If response slows down, try rotating with a different brand of cockroach bait.
*Always practice good sanitation by eliminating other food and water sources to make the bait more attractive.
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94 of 98 people found this review helpful:
Worked like a miracle
By Gail on June 12, 2007
My husband and I could hardly believe it. The Advion Cockroach Gel Bait worked like a miracle. My husband used it first on Saturday morning, 6/9/07. The next day most of the gel had been eaten off the back of our dog feeder (against the wall, so the dogs couldn't get it). That had been the roach's favorite hunting ground. I applied some more, and by that night they were, for the most part, gone. Today is Tuesday and they're GONE! I actually bought way too much, so I am going to help out two of my friends, who each have problems that they haven't been able to fix. I know that with one tube each, their problems will be over. It really is a miraculous product. Thank you so much for having such a wonderful product.
79 of 87 people found this review helpful:
By David in Little Rock, Arkansas on February 14, 2010
I've never felt compelled to write a review like this, but here goes... After moving into my dream house I discovered I had a huge roach problem. Every morning when I snapped on the lights in the kitchen you see them scurrying everywhere. Even the exterminator coming several times brought no salvation. After reading the reviews here, I bought some Advion and went to work putting it out as recommended. The next morning when I went into the kitchen I was greeted by DOZENS of dead or dying roaches. I have not seen a live one in days. If you have a roach problem, look no further!
75 of 78 people found this review helpful:
Attractive Gel (the key is dots)
By Ron in indiana on June 17, 2009
I have bait resistant roaches in my area. I put this down with about 8 small dots on a 1"x2 index card in several areas of the home (I don't like gel on cabinets). About 2 hours later, the bait behind the fridge was gone, in cabinets around the home, gone, under the table gone. Advion Roach Bait Gel is the best attractive bait I have seen, it draws the bugs out and feeds them their last meal!! Buy the bait gun for easy control of putting down the dots.
54 of 56 people found this review helpful:
By William in SW Florida on May 26, 2010
This stuff is AMAZING!!!! I tried several different brands of store brought bug spray. Several different types of roach baits. I was getting up in the middle of the night to spray the roach infestation in my kitchen. Nothing even put a dent in the roach population. After ONE (yup one) application of Advion.....NO ROACHES!! If you have a German cockroach problem, BUY THIS STUFF!!! It really really works!!
36 of 46 people found this review helpful:
By Dude in NJ on May 16, 2009
This stuff is potent. When we first moved into our new pad it was like a roach parade day and night. The exterminator comes every week and makes no difference. It's a ground level garden apartment which we love... but ants from one end, roaches from the other, then the spiders that eat them and the stuff that eats them and the spiders. So, get rid of the first two and the others go away. We began a regimen of baiting with Advion Roach Bait Gel, sealing off entry points, and spraying Permethrin and IGR in select areas. DeltaGard G granules were sprinkled around outdoor areas. We're continuing to use this gel but adding different gel baits into the mix to prevent "bait-aversion". The parades stopped. As each summer passes, we see them less and less. You can't eradicate them, but you can seriously knock them down and/or send them elsewhere. I can't help but wonder if the entire building is seeing less of them. This stuff, the IGR, and the sealing are probably the most important parts of the regimen. The residuals are for some areas outside the apartment which need some quick knockdown, like the garbage area and laundry room. We've had to use the residuals and granules less and less, I believe because of the baits and IGR.
do not work at all
By You in arlington on May 12, 2015
this product do not work at all
By Robert in augusta on May 11, 2015
Within a 24 hour period there were so many dead I couldn't believe it, glad there is something out there you can buy that really works
All roaches gone!!
By Tina in Quincy, Florida on April 25, 2015
I had a heavy roach infestation and two weeks after using this product , all roaches are dead and gone!!! I couldn't believe the magnitude of the infestation when I cleaned up .
By Janet in sylacauga,alabama on April 23, 2015
this is the best stuff by far I ordered my friend some and she said it was the only thing that was killing these roaches
Pests be gone
By Satisfied in Greenville ms on April 21, 2015
Our pests had gotten out of control. They were so irritating. I have a baby now and I'm very overprotective over her. My fear of waking up with a roach crawling over her or in her mouth made me desperate. I can't recall how I ended up coming across this product but let me tell you I'm glad I did. Before I purchase anything I go and read the reviews. All of the reviews on this product was positive. I only saw one negative one and I'm thinking that person might have gotten the wrong product. At first I was kinda scepticle because of every review being positive. I took a chance a ordered the product. I only ordered one tube to make sure that it worked before purchasing the whole case. When I tell you I put the gel bait down, left home, can't back and returned to dead roaches on the floor. I was shocked and excited at the same time. This stuff works for real. I would recommend it to anyone with any pest problem. It also got rid of the ant problem because the ants ate the dead roach.
best roach bait
By Jorge in san fernando california on April 20, 2015
advion roach bait is the best product i ever used for roaches as soon as i applied it seconds later roaches were eating it.next morning i wake up roaches dead all over the kitchen
Bait that works well
By Wayne in West Palm Beach, Florida on April 4, 2015
Used other products in the past to deal with the German roach infestation, but they didn't work. I recently set up my bait stations with Advion throughout my kitchen and the roaches have disappeared.
Best stuff we've ever used!
By Joy in OK on March 31, 2015
We've been struggling with roaches for years and have spent more money that I'd like to count trying to get rid of them and nothing helped. I looked up roach baits and bombs online and I'm so glad I found this. Within a week of putting this out our roaches were gone. I put a little bit out every couple months just to be on the safe side and haven't seen any roaches since I started putting this out.
By Danielle in Detroit, Michigan on March 29, 2015
This stuff is by far the greatest.....been having pest issues for the longest and ran across this product online best money I've ever spent. The roaches were dying belifly after applying the product. A small amount goes a long way
It really works!
By Fina in Long Beach, CA on March 29, 2015
This stuff is great will get messy with those roaches but it does the job! Will be purchasing again!
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August 11, 2010 Hang asked:
QAdvion Roach Bait Gel has worked well for us in the past. It seems like that it's not working anymore.
I did not see any dead roach, and I still see many running around. I have been using this Dupont Advion bait for 2 years. Should I switch to the Maxforce brand?
AMost professional pest control operators do use different types of bait with different active ingredients to avoid having a population of roaches that can be resistant to certain active ingredient. Switching to a new gel would be beneficial in most cases.
July 2, 2011 Lisa asked:
QWhere should I apply Advion Roach Bait Gel in a dorm room?
I'd like to apply this when my daughter moves into an apt at college and assume the complex sprays the baseboards regularly. Since I shouldn't overlap, where do you suggest putting the drops? And do I need to worry about her roommates cat getting into it? Thanks!
AThe Advion Roach Bait Gel should be applied in very tiny dabs in places where the cat cannot access. If you do apply the gel correctly in tiny dabs, the cat should not even notice it. Tiny dabs meaning less than half the size of a pencil eraser. Places to put a tiny dab of roach gel are places where roaches can sometimes congregate. Common areas for roaches to hide are: hinges of door frames, around the door frame, along the side and underneath of any cabinets against the walls (tiny crack where they meet the wall), inside corners of cabinets and drawers, underneath the lip of the counter top every 8 to 10 inches, corners of window frames, behind and underneath any appliances like dorm fridges, microwaves, etc.
April 29, 2010 Adrian asked:
QDoes Advion Roach Bait Gel have an expiration date?
ANo, the manufacturer does not label Advion Roach Bait Gel with an expiration date. We recommend that you use the bait within one year from the date of purchase to ensure freshness. Be sure to store the bait in a cool, dry place and out of direct sunlight.
July 14, 2011 Preston asked:
QHow do you know when a bait is not working ?
I purchased/applied Advion Roach Bait Gel bait about a week ago, and I'm not seeing any roaches that are attracted to it. I have smokey Brown Nymphs and i tried hand feeding one and it just wanted nothing to do with it. one thing I think I've done wrong is contaminated my baits with Talstar pro. so I've placed the baits where i have not sprayed. Ive just ordered the Maxforce FC Magnum in hopes that they will like that. Nymphs are supposed to eat this/ be attracted to baits when younger right ? Ive also purchased a birth inhibitor which i plan on mixing with my Talstar but I'm afraid of contaminating my baits again. any help would be appreciated. i just cant seem to get rid of these nymphs and i know the big boy stage is on its way.
ARoaches will always ignore baits that have been contaminated with insecticides, perfumes or even cigarette smoke so it is important to keep the bait away from these contaminants. Roach bait gel should be placed in small dabs directly into cracks and crevices in cabinets, drawers, around sinks, counter tops, in food cabinets and any other area where you are seeing activity. Talstar + Gentrol on the other hand should only be sprayed around door frames, window frames and directly into cracks and crevices around baseboards and in cracks and crevices around utilities (cables, pipes, wires) that enter through the wall. Never apply the products in the same exact area. It is also important to make sure the kitchen and surrounding areas are spotless each day while you are trying to eliminate the roaches. Leave no crumbs or dishes in the sink at night, take out trash every night, and make sure all counter tops are wiped down thoroughly. One week is not enough time to determine if a roach bait gel is working. You need to give a bait severeal weeks to see if you notice a difference in a roach population. Heavy infestations can take several months to get rid of no matter what products you use.
November 19, 2011
Maggie from Lake Providence, Louisiana 71254 asked:
QHow often do you put Advion Roach Bait Gel out. For instance, every 30 days or every 90 days?
AYou should place Advion Roach Bait Gel out as often as needed. You should only apply roach gel out if you have a problem. If you do not have a problem, you should not place roach gel out as it is a food that will attract roaches, you do not want to attract a problem if you don't have one. If you do have a current roach issue, you should apply as often as you need to. In bad infestations, you may need to apply weekly if the roaches are eating it that fast.
May 4, 2015
Shelley from Yonkers N.y. asked:
QThe ants are ignoring the Advion Roach Bait Gel traps, what can be done?
Advion Roach Bait Gel is not labeled to eradicate ants. We do carry Advion Ant Bait Gel that will atrract the listed ants on the label that are currently attracted to a sweet-feeding bait. If they are foraging for a protein source, we highly recommend applying the Advance 375A granules in bait plate stations.
April 5, 2015
Ajay from Papatoetoe Auckland asked:
HI I WANT 50 GEL+50TIPS+50 PLUNGER CAN YOU ABLE GIVE ME GREAT RATE WITH SHIPPING TO NEW ZEALND IF YOU CAN PLEASE CONTACT ME EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org CONTACT: +64221922527
A We apologize but we are not set up to ship outside of the US at this time.
February 25, 2015
Patricia from Meadow Lake asked:
QDo you ship to Canada?
A We are unable to ship internationally at this time.
November 4, 2014
Bruce from Glenolden, Pa asked:
QI purchased this about 3 years ago...
mine were red cap and wondered it if also only had a 1 year shelf life as I have seen on other sites saying it had 2 - 3 yr shelf life. So the 3 unopened tubes are useless now?
A Advion Roach Bait Gel has a one year shelf life once the tube has actually been opened. If the tubes you have have not been opened, they should be fine. If the gel is hard, then it is likely it is out of date. If it has been kept in a room temperature room, it is fine.
October 13, 2014
Denise from Fresno California asked:
QDoes Advion cockroach product expire?
My boyfriend bought some for my apartment but he found it on eBay and I was wondering if it expires?
A No, the manufacturer does not label Advion Roach Bait Gel with an expiration date. We recommend that you use the bait within one year from the date of purchase to ensure freshness. Be sure to store the bait in a cool, dry place and out of direct sunlight.
October 9, 2014 Angela asked:
QPlease help me out..
I've lived in my apartment for 8 years and never seen a cockroach here until yesterday I found 1 dead cockroach next to my sliding door (that opens up to balcony). Not sure if this roach just got in from outside. Should I use this bait or just wait to see if I find more (really hoping not). I don't want to attract more roaches with this bait if it was just that one.
A Since you have only seen one and it was right inside the door, it is a strong possiblity that it did come in from outside. We would recommend to put up a barrier. You can use Phantom aerosol. Apply this product indoors and out along cracks, crevices and entry points.
September 19, 2014
Delphine from Palm Coast,fl asked:
QWhat do I use to screw the top off the Advion gel bait tube?
The tip is difficult to take off.
A We would recommend using a small pair of pliers if you are having difficulty getting the tip off of the Advion Roach Bait gel. It should just twist off and on once you get it off the first time. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
September 7, 2014
Tinatarrant from Tifton.georgia asked:
QCan Advion Roach Bait Gel hurt a very tiny puppy less than 1 pound? Please help
My toy poodle is in the vet been there for 5 days. He weighs 1 pound could this have hurt him? The bug people put big globs everywhere. Please help, he is on iv and antibiotics but they cant find whats wrong. Could it have been this?
A The Advion Roach Bait Gel is safe around pets as long as it is used in areas that inaccessible to your puppy. If your puppy ate or licked the Advion Roach Bait Gel then we would recommend you forward the Advion Roach Bait Gel Manufacturers Safety Data Sheet for your vet to review to make an informed decision on your puppy's care.
July 12, 2014
Tom from Cali asked:
QWill Advion Roach Bait Gel also kill crickets?
A Advion Roach Bait Gel will not kill crickets. Pleae visit our Cricket control page. The most effective means of controlling crickets is with cricket baits such as InTice or Niban. These products will kill crickets and will keep more from coming into the treated area.
July 10, 2014
Lourene from Keaau Hawaii asked:
QShould roaches dead from Advion be left around kitchen or can I clean them up?
I thought the affected roaches would take the gel back to their nest and die, then the dead roaches would be ingested by other roaches and die. But, I see the roaches dying in my kitchen. What should I expect. Heavy infestation but not many have died yet after 2 days.
A Older or unhealthy roaches can be affected much faster than younger/healthier roaches. You can go ahead and clean uyp dead roaches that are out in the open. With a heavy infestation, you can expect several weeks before you see full resulst. Please take a few moments to read our roach control article: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/how-to-get-rid-of-german-roaches-a-245.html