Cockroaches are associated with the spreading of disease organisms and provoke human revulsion.
In the UK and Ireland, the Oriental (or Common) cockroach and the much smaller German cockroach are the two main species.
Common cockroaches are dark brown-black and about an inch long, German cockroaches are light brown and about half an inch long.
Treatments against the Common cockroach is usually carried out using a high performance residual insecticide that once dried, leaves a film on surfaces where cockroaches are present. They ingest the chemical during cleaning which acts on the nervous system to kill them.
Common cockroaches are normally found in environments where people don’t usually inhabit, therefore, sprays are usually safe to use.
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