How often do you find a roach infiltrating the safety of your own home? Once a day? Once a month? Once a year? While it depends on your location, your neighbors, and your surroundings, no one likes to discover a roach in their home. They are some of the most difficult pests to get rid of, and battling an infestation is enough to drive anyone mad.
These critters can live for weeks without food and are adapt to different poisons. Squeezing in through the tiniest cracks, these sneaky pests make themselves at home without invitation, and finally, someone has revealed their secret to keeping them at bay.
Yes, apparently, roaches detest the smell of bay leaves. While the pungent leaves won’t kill roaches where they stand, they will go out of their way to avoid them. Putting bay leaves in and around the corners and windows of your kitchen will supposedly keep it free of roaches.
Many people swear by this trick because they don’t like the thought of using chemical sprays around their young children and pets. They say that the leaves can be fresh or dry, but there is just something about these leaves that roaches hate.
To see more inspiring articles and uplifting content, check out Happy Tango every day! If you loved what you saw here then like and share this with the links below!
Some people crush the leaves to release more of their scent, and others grind dried leaves into a powder and sprinkle it around their kitchen and in their cabinets. Plant a bay tree in your garden, or buy the leaves from a store. See if this trick works for you!