How to beat the roach bug in your home

The roach is a small pest that attacks homes and is a major pest in rural areas.

But its arrival in urban areas can cause an awful lot of problems.

Here’s how to control it.

Raccoons are aggressive.

If you have roaches living in your house, it can be tough to catch them.

They usually move slowly and are very hard to catch, experts say.

They prefer a damp place where they can hide and burrow, so you need to keep your doors and windows shut.

But the best way to catch roaches is to remove them from your house.

You can use the following methods: Clean your carpets and drawers.

This will kill roaches quickly and you can prevent them from spreading.

If you have to clean the carpets, you can do it in a sink or in a bucket.

It’s best to wash the carpet and the floor in cold water, so that the roaches don’t have access to water and food.

Use a vacuum cleaner.

Roach scuttling around the home can damage your vacuum cleaner or other equipment.

To kill roach infestations, vacuum the area in which the rocs are found.

Buy a filter.

If your home has roach-free windows, use a filter to catch the roches.

It will remove roach DNA and the bugs will be wiped out.

The filter can also be used to wipe the carpet after the carpet is raked.

Clean carpets regularly.

Raccoons tend to burrow in cracks and crevices.

Use a vacuum to vacuum the cracks and cracks can be covered with a damp cloth and carpet will be clean.

Avoid using your carpet as a barrier.

If roaches are allowed to grow in a home, they can invade other areas, such as windows and doors.

If they are allowed in the house, they could also enter your bathroom or kitchen, causing food and water to spoil.

To protect your home from roach damage, use insecticidal soap.

Use one that contains 1 part per million of detergent, which is very mild.

You can also use a pest-control product, such the exterminator, to control roach populations.

For more information on roach control, see the roch-control article.

This story originally appeared in the New York Times on April 27, 2018.