Roach Control Kit Rotation A is ideal for beginning or cleanout treatments of cockroach infestations in homes, apartments, and similar areas. This kit contains the chemical products we recommend using after you have been able to Inspect the treatment area and take Preventative measures such as eliminating food and water sources and harborage areas. Using all these techniques together is crucial for effective Roach Treatment. Our Roach Control Kits include Catchmaster 100i Insect Monitor glue boards to help monitor your infestation and treatment. Maxforce FC Magnum is a powerful roach bait gel that contains five times the active ingredient as regular Maxforce FC roach bait, killing roaches by ingestion, contact, and transfer from one to another. Gentrol Point Source Stations are a convenient and discreet way to apply the Insect Growth Regulator hydroprene, effectively interrupting roaches’ breeding. Temprid SC is an insecticide concentrate with two powerful active ingredients, providing both a quick initial kill and long-lasting residual treatment. Glue boards are a simple tool for monitoring roach activity before, during, and after treatment.
Temprid SC must be diluted with water and applied with a pump sprayer, such as the Chapin 1 gallon pump sprayer.
For Residents in NY or CT, see our New York Roach Control Kit Rotation A.
Roach Control Kit Rotation A is made up of these products:
|1 x Gentrol Point Source
Contains the Gentrol Insect Growth Regulator (IGR) hydroprene for 90-day control of roaches and other stored product pests.
|2 x Maxforce FC Magnum
Supplement your roach program with FC Magnum - Magnum has five times the Fipronil of other baits plus it kills on contact.
|4 x Temprid SC Insecticide - 8 mL
|1 x Catchmaster 100i Insect Monitors (Pack of 4)
Cost of separate parts: $82.17
You save $17.17!
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Complete roach treatment includes two primary parts: Sanitation and Preparation, and the Application of Products. You will want to Inspect for where roaches are hiding and breeding so that you know where to concentrate your energy. Next, prepare for treatment by eliminating food and water sources and reducing and sealing off harborage areas. After performing these crucial preparation steps, you are ready to apply the products in your Roach Control Kit.
How to Apply Roach Control Kit A
STEP 1: Baiting - Maxforce FC Magnum Roach Bait Gel
*To use the Maxforce FC Magnum tube, remove the closed tip by gently unscrewing it, and replace it with one of the included reuseable open tips. Use the provided plastic plunger or a bait gun to dispense the gel.
*Apply small bait placements approximately ¼ inch in diameter directly to cracks and crevices where roaches are most likely to encounter it. Ideal bait placements include:
- Behind kitchen cabinets and counter tops.
- Behind wall hangings such as pictures, clocks, or posters
- Behind, next to, and under the stove.
- In the corners up under the sink and other cabinets.
- In stored paper bags and boxes.
- Around pipes, cords, and cables that come out of the wall.
- Behind and under bathroom fixtures.
- Behind the medicine cabinet and vanity.
- In any cracks or crevices around shelves or wood
- in corners and under railing in and on drawers.
*Do not apply bait in spots where you have used or plan to use insecticide sprays.
*Smaller, more frequent bait placements are better accepted than fewer, larger placements.
*Use up to 1.5 grams of bait (15 x 0.1gm placements) per square yard for light to moderate infestations.
*Use up to 3.0 grams of bait (30 x 0.1gm placements) per square yard for severe infestations.
*After application, replace the open tip with the closed tip to keep bait fresh, and store in a cool, dry place out of reach of children or pets.
*Reapply bait every 2-3 weeks or when placements appear to be gone.
*Roaches will die by ingesting the bait, physical contact with the bait or its residue, or from contact with roaches or feces of roaches that have consumed the bait.
STEP 2: Insect Growth Regulator - Gentrol Point Source Stations
*Do not activate Gentrol Point Source Stations until you are ready to use them. To activate a station, press firmly on the pouch located on the side of the device until you hear a snap or pop to indicate the capsule has been opened.
*Place the station in any orientation (vertical or horizontal) in areas where roach activity has been found. Ideal point source placements include:
- In and around kitchen or bathroom cabinets.
- Inside closets or pantries.
- False ceilings.
- Near refrigerators or other appliances.
- Refuse areas.
*Each station treats up to 75 square feet for 90 days from activation. For areas larger than 75 square feet, use multiple stations.
*For convenient follow up, you can mark the month when a station has been activated with a pen directly on the station.
*For vertical placements, remove the paper backing to expose the sticky surface on the back of the station and press firmly onto a clean surface.
*The active ingredient will move from the station throughout the treatment area, so roaches do not have to come into direct contact with the station in order to pick up the active ingredient.
*Do not apply baits, sprays, or other insecticides directly onto the stations, although these may be used in the same areas.
STEP 3: Spraying - Temprid SC Insecticide Concentrate
*You will need a hand pump sprayer such as a Chapin 1 gallon pump sprayer to mix and apply Temprid SC.
*Use 2 x 8mL mono-doses per gallon of water for your first application, and 1 x 8mL packet for follow-up treatments, if needed.
*To mix Temprid SC: Add when filling spray tank with water, or fill tank 1/3 - 1/2 with water, add Temprid SC, then finish filling the tank. Shake or agitate the mixture before spraying.
*If diluted spray is stored overnight, agitate before using. Only dilute what you plan to use within 24 hours of mixing.
*Apply Temprid SC mixture as a spot or crack and crevice treatment where roaches have been seen or can find shelter or entry. Application sites may include:
- Entry points such as around doors, windows, and water pipes.
- Areas where roaches travel such as baseboards and corners.
- Areas where roaches hide such as behind or under refrigerators, stoves, and sinks.
*Do not apply on top of bait placements or where bait placements may be made. As a general rule, spray low, and bait high.
*Keep pets and children out of the treatment area until the spray is dry.
*Do not spray food handling surfaces or in ways in which food or utensils may be contaminated with the spray.
*Reapply every 7-10 days as needed.
STEP 4: Be Patient
*Complete roach control may take from a few weeks up to six months, depending on the size of the population and your diligence with good sanitation practices. Large populations do not appear overnight, so they will not be eliminated overnight.
*Use the included Catchmaster Insect Monitor Glue Boards to track your progress:
- Separate each card along the perforated lines to create three smaller boards from each larger card. This will create a total of 12 monitors from the 4 larger cards.
- Fold each trap gently to create a right triangle shape. Remove the adhesive covering on the angled top tab, then firmly press the logoed panel to the adhesive, creating a secure triangle trap with three openings.
- Carefully remove the interior paper to expose the glue surface inside the trap.
- Place glue traps in areas where you have found roaches to hide, travel, or breed, such as in and under cabinets, behind toilets, under appliances, and in corners. If desired, remove the cover sheet on the bottom of each trap to expose the adhesive. Press firmly to a clean, dry surface to secure traps in place.
- Monitor traps weekly to check your progress.
- Replace traps if full of roaches, dust, or other debris.
*Reapply products according to the instructions above until the roaches are eliminated.
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By Alan in Lake City , Fl on September 25, 2015
I used this product as instructed. I have been finding dead roaches but after two weeks I still find live roaches and the traps are still getting live roaches in them. I am giving it more time as it is killing them. I will respray in two weeks
It can take several weeks to see the full result as the roach eggs that were laid prior to the product application are still hatching. Usually after 3 weeks most of the adults will be gone (unless the infestation was severe) and you will start seeing the immature roaches. This new generation of roaches will not be able to breed if the Gentrol in the kit was used during the initial application as they will not reach sexual maturity. It is important to reapply the bait as needed and keep the traps out to help monitor the level of infestation. Please let us know if we can help in any way. We appreciate your feedback and your business!
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June 30, 2015Harold from Greenville, South Carolina 29605 asked:
QIs the Roach Control Kit the best roach killer you have?
Have tried everything gone for week or 2 then come back have even had company spray
AI recommend purchasing one of our roach control kits, the kit comes with several products which when used in conjunction is the best option when treating for roaches. You receive a liquid insecticide, a bait, as well as a growth regulator to control the lifecycle of the roaches. The Rotations kits also include glue boards to help monitor infestations.
July 20, 2015Christine from Mulberry Grove, Il asked:
QHow do I assemble the Catchmaster 100i Insect Monitors in the Roach Control Kit Rotation A?
A The Catchmaster 100i Insect Monitors in the Roach Control Kit Rotation A require very little assembly. Each board consists of three monitors that can be torn off using the perforated lines, or you can use the entire board as a large trap.
The Catchmaster 100i Insect Monitors in the Roach Control Kit Rotation A require very little assembly. Each board consists of three monitors that can be torn off using the perforated lines, or you can use the entire board as a large trap.
June 12, 2015Alan from Victoria, Tx asked:
QMy drain pipes in the foundation are infested with roaches. Is a treatment I can use for that?
AIt is rare that you would ever have roaches truly coming from your drain pipes. Most of the time when people see roaches coming out of their drain, it is only ones that have crawled down into it from your sink first and are then re-emerging. Unless you have a cracked pipe either in your home or somewhere in the sewage line for the city that leads into your home, the source is elsewhere. The best way to treat for roaches is to attack it full on before it becomes a huge infestation as they can reproduce quickly. We suggest using our Roach Rotation Kit A as this has everything you will need to completely eliminate all of the roache that are there as quickly as possible. The products in the kit provide you with two different poisons that they will take back to the colony you dont see to eliminate them at the source, as well as a birth control that will halt the growth of the colony until they die from the other products.
July 9, 2015Lensky asked:
QWould the Roach Control Rotation A Kit be the best to kill roaches?
A Yes, the Roach Control Rotation A Kit is great for treating roaches. It offers all of the products needed to perform a professional treatment in your home to eradicate the insect. Please take a few moments to read our article on How to Get Rid of Roaches for additional helpful information.
Yes, the Roach Control Rotation A Kit is great for treating roaches. It offers all of the products needed to perform a professional treatment in your home to eradicate the insect. Please take a few moments to read our article on How to Get Rid of Roaches for additional helpful information.
August 12, 2015Kathleen from Bentonville, Ar asked:
QWhat is the best way to get rid of German and Asian Roaches?
My parents have an infestation of German and Asian Roaches, need the best way to rid them.The roaches are in the attic and the crawlspace we have cleaned the entire house of clutter. We've had Orkin out twice and still roaches.
A One of our first recommendations would be to start out with our Roach Control Kit Rotation A. It includes all the products necessary to fight against these types and all types of roaches. We would also recommend that you take a look at our "How to" article.
One of our first recommendations would be to start out with our Roach Control Kit Rotation A. It includes all the products necessary to fight against these types and all types of roaches. We would also recommend that you take a look at our "How to" article.
June 23, 2015Gabe from Marietta, Ga asked:
QRecently moved into an older house. Lots of large roaches outside a night and some indoors.
I have been using an pest control company and not please with results. Most of the roaches indoor (mostly basement, but some upstairs) are dead or dying. However, tons of roaches outside in pine straw, on walls, porch, etc. I have small children and a dog. I want to completely remove the roaches from my house (inside and out). Looking at a control kit and also some type of outdoor granule option.
AOne of the Roach Rotaion kits would be best. You can bait indoors and apply the Temprid outdoors in those problem areas. It is safe for children and pets after it has dried. Please also view the informational videos on that page.
August 17, 2015Ron from Birmingham, Al asked:
QDo you sell pyrethrins dust, and piperonyl butoxide dust for roach control?
I want to kill those little roaches. I want to mix my own pesticide.
A We do sell many different kinds of insecticide dust. The only one that we sell that has both pyrethrins and piperonyl butoxide is Drione Dust. This should only be used in cracks and crevices. For the most complete roach control, we recommend our Roach Control Kit Rotation A. This kit contains all the products that we recommend to use together for roach control: an insecticide concentrate, and insect growth regulator (IGR), and roach bait gel, and glue traps for monitoring. Please see our Roach Treatment Article for more information and tips about roach control.
We do sell many different kinds of insecticide dust. The only one that we sell that has both pyrethrins and piperonyl butoxide is Drione Dust. This should only be used in cracks and crevices. For the most complete roach control, we recommend our Roach Control Kit Rotation A. This kit contains all the products that we recommend to use together for roach control: an insecticide concentrate, and insect growth regulator (IGR), and roach bait gel, and glue traps for monitoring. Please see our Roach Treatment Article for more information and tips about roach control.
May 27, 2015Catherine from Paradise asked:
QHow many applications does the Roach Control Kit A provide?
AThe amount of applications that the Roach Control Kit A will provide will vary depending on the level of insect activity and the size area that you will be treating. Please contact us at 866-581-7378 for additional information.