Banish cockroaches with NoRoach

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Pest control has become a necessity for most Indian households.Pests like cockroaches, ants, rats and so on that can contaminate food and seriously affect health . More often than not, people use traps and/or various forms of chemical pest repellents (sprays, gels, poison etc.) that cause a mess, are as much of a health hazard as the pests themselves, along with being bad for the environment. I remember product like Laxman Rekha a white colored chalk like lipstick used to draw lines in kitchen to kill cockroaches. Wouldn’t it be nice if all you had to do to get rid of cockroach was plug in a little device? No setting traps, dealing with poison . That is the allure of using an ultrasonic pest control device.

Banish cockroaches with NoRoach, a non-toxic pest repellent that will help drive away cockroaches without killing them and make your house a Roach Free Zone. NoRoach Electronic Repellent is an Ultrasonic pest control device that guarantees safety and efficiency. With absolutely no chemicals, no odor, no fumes, this electronic ultrasonic pest repellent is the safest way to keep your premises Cockroaches free.

Most ultrasonic repellents are safe for household pets such as dogs and cats which aren’t affected by the ultrasonic sounds that the device emits.

Pros :

1. NoRoach is relatively inexpensive with devices costing less than 1000 rupees and consuming very little electricity.

2. It works for many different types of pests which makes it almost a one-size-fits-all pest controller as opposed to other methods that only tackle one pest at a time

Cons :

Ultrasonic a short-range. Usually, they can work in one room but won’t cover a complete house. Therefore, depending on the areas where pests may be present, the user may need more than one of these devices.


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Jaishri is an IT professional and the founder of mommyswall. She is a mom of a lovely 4 year old and lives in Bangalore. She is also a certified Yoga instructor and believes in Natural living.
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