Thursday, April 25, 2013

Combat Ant & Roach Killing Bait Strips Product Review

Attack the source and prevent pests from returning with NEW Combat Ant & Roach Killing Bait Strips!

The same killing power found in Combat Gels is now available in a new discreet design. These thin bait strips have an adhesive backing that makes it easy to hide out of sight and reach of children and pets.

Combat Killing Bait Strips are easy to apply and leave NO MESS. The unique gel bait formula contains food and water that roaches and ants seek, combined with Fipronil, a fast acting insecticide that begins killing within hours once the insect has come into contact with the bait.

What Makes Combat Strips Different

Unlike spray insecticides that just kill the bugs you see, Combat Killing Bait Strips are designed to kill the nest and colony that are beyond your reach - attacking the source of the pest problem. Simply place the bait strips wherever you've seen ants or roaches. For maximum effectiveness, all bait strips should be used at one time and replaced once the bait has been consumed, or as indicated on the package.



How Combat Bait Strips Work

Roaches or ants find the bait strips and eat the bait.

Insects carry the bait back to the nest or colony.

Other insects in the nest or colony are exposed to the insecticide and the entire nest is destroyed.

These strips can be used both indoor and outdoor and are GUARANTEED to work or your money back! What do you have to lose?

Where to Buy

Combat Killing Bait Strips are available in 5-count Ant and 10-count Roach varieties, and can be found at major retailers including Walmart, Home Depot, Target, Family Dollar, Dollar General, and Publix. (as well as many others!)

Here is a close up picture of the products that I was sent to try:



I have been a Combat user for years so I was actually really interested to see how well these products would work. The weather here has been a little cool for our area - still in the 60's and 70's so we haven't had a major problem with insects just yet. We had a few 80 degree days back to back and of course, I did see ants when the weather warmed up. I attached an ant strip to the siding right outside our side door. There is a small opening where the storm door doesn't completely seal and ants LOVE sneaking in there. I also stuck a roach strip outside our front door as I have seen several roaches scuttling on the front porch in the summer time. YUCK! I will have a better idea how well these products work once the insects start coming out more. I was impressed with how discreet and easy these strips were to apply. I also REALLY liked that they could be applied outdoors if necessary. A lot of these types of products can only be used indoors so that was a nice surprise. If you are looking for a simple solution to your ant and/or roach problem, give these a try. They are VERY discreet and don't leave any mess or residue behind. :)

Combat provided me with a sample of Combat Killing Bait Strips (both roach & ant) in exchange for a product review. The opinions expressed here are my own and not influenced by the company in any way.

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