How long Roach Control Kit Rotation B will last depends really on how bad the infestation is you are dealing with. The Temprid SC in the kit is enough to make 2-4 gallons of finished solution and can be applied every 7-10 days for heavy infestations or once every 90 days for maintanence. The Gentrol Point Source should be replaced every 4 months. The included Roach Bait Gel should be applied as needed or when it starts to become too dusty/dirty. Baits should be rotated every 3-4 months to help prevent resistance so if you are still dealing with a roach infestation after that time we would recommend rotating to the next kit, Rotation Kit C, as each kit contains a different bait. It is best to start with Rotation Kit A as the bait included has the fastest knockdown effect.
No, the Invict Gold Roach Bait gel is only labeled for German roaches.
A better option would be the Roach Control Kit Rotation A. All the products inside of it are labeled for Oriental roaches.
All of the products in our Roach Control Kits are pet safe when used as directed. Pets and people do need to be kept out of the area that is being treated, but can return as soon as all surfaces are thoroughly dry.
No, neither the Roach Control Kit Rotation B nor our other Roach Control Kits come with bait stations. Bait is best applied directly to cracks and crevices using frequent, small placements. If you would like to purchase Bait Plate Stations separately, you can do so here.
Roach Control Kit Rotation B contains Invict Gold Roach bait gal which is made without the eight most common food allergens for sensitive applications. The gluboards are Scent Free or non-allergenic synthetic scents.
Yes, it is recommended to treat with all products in the Roach Control Kit Rotation B. The Temprid is mixed at 8 mL to a gallon of water and will cover 1000 sq ft. You will spray it around the baseboards, window frames, and door frames. The Advion and Gentrol will need to be applied higher like in the cabinets or on the countertops or under the sink but can be applied near each other. You do not want the spray to overlap surfaces where the bait is applied. You can view our full step by step instructions on use of the kit items in our Roach Control Guide.