How do I get rid of tiny roaches in my house?
- Clean Up. Remember: roaches need three things to survive – food, water, and shelter.
- Use Sticky Traps. Sticky traps aren’t only for indoor use – you can place them outdoors, too.
- Place Bait. To decrease the number of roaches entering your home, kill them with bait before they get inside.
- Spray Pesticide.
Why do I keep finding baby roaches? Baby roaches – in kitchens or bathrooms – are usually an indication of a German cockroach infestation. These roaches are commonly found in kitchen and bathroom areas because they offer a warm, humid environment with plenty of moisture and access to food.
How long does it take to get rid of baby roaches? You could also hire a professional exterminator who could eliminate a cockroach infestation in 2–3 weeks. That’s usually enough time for the pesticides to work their way through the colony and stop the adult roaches from reproducing. Hiring a pro will be more expensive, but will also eliminate the dirty work!
Where do baby roaches hide? Life Cycle: Baby Cockroaches to Adults
Adult female cockroaches lay their eggs in an egg sac in a dark, hidden area near food and moisture. The egg sacs are tiny and roaches can hide them in small cracks in the floor or a tiny corner of a cabinet.