Roach Control


About 30 cockroach species out of 4,600 are associated with human habitats. About four species are well known as pests.* 


Roaches are nocturnal, social (live in groups) and protective, females and nymphs are isolated from foraging. Roaches uses its antennae to generates the olfactory and gustatory sense to their food and way around. Roaches in over-crowded populations are more active.


Life cycle of roach is about 170 days, females can produce 30-40 eggs every 2-3 weeks, 3-4 generations in a year and a 27-fold population increase can occur in just three month.


Roaches have been known to cause deeper health issues that can affect a family. Droppings or body parts of cockroaches have been known to trigger asthma attacks, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Because certain proteins are found in cockroach droppings and saliva, it can lead to a number of allergic reactions, especially in asthma sufferers. 


According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, a whopping 23% to 60% of urban residents who have asthma are sensitive to allergens produced by cockroaches.**







How Mossif3 Roachrepel works?

It’s non-toxic and made with natural extracts and bio-degradable materials. Ideal for use in the kitchen, dining area and just anywhere else.


Mossif3 Roachrepel works by using Chemo Sensors Shield Technology  to mask the environmental cues roaches use to trace their food and water. Deny them of food, water and shelter. This will stop the colonies from expanding and wipe out eventually.


Important Note:

We do not recommend killing roaches by baiting as this will add air-borne allergens that may lead to health issues as stated above.


How to use Mossif3 Roachrepel?

For more effective result keep Mossif3 Roachrepel in the cabinets where food or water are found. Incidentally, these are the favorite nesting places for the roaches. 


Once open, twist the cap's vent size to suit the strength of the scent you desire. Remember to replace every 4th week.


Important Note:

Roaches will start to come out after about a week, usually they will be weak by the time they came out due to starvation. Just sweap them away and to the toilet bowl.


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