Crickets in the house are usually more annoying than damaging, unless they gather in large numbers. If that happens they can do quite a bit of damage as they will eat nearly anything, including paper, linens, clothing and foodstuffs. Your best bet to avoid such an insect rampage is to monitor them from the sound of that first chirp. Crickets enter buildings looking for a warm, moist place to set up house. For this reason, place traps in areas with high humidity, along baseboards, near entryways and windows and under appliances and furniture.
- Contains large 2 traps per package
- Pesticide Free
- • Designed to lie close to the ground for discreet placement under furniture, appliances and even bedding
- For residential or commercial use (used by professional exterminators)
- Instructions in English and Spanish that include illustrations
While one cricket may not signal an infestation, if you continue to see crickets in your traps you should take steps to address the situation beyond the use of traps. Evaluating how they are entering the house and eliminating outdoor harborages such as heavy vegetation, tall grass and firewood is a good start. Sprays such as EcoPCO products and Essentria IC-3 are other excellent tools for your arsenal.
Suggested Uses: Use to catch and kill common household crickets, as well as other crawling insects like spiders and cockroaches.
This Product Controls These Pests or Diseases: Use to control common crickets, including House Crickets (Acheta domesticus), Camel Crickets (Ceuthophilus spp.), Cave Crickets (Rhaphidophoridae) and Field Crickets (Gryllidae). This trap can also capture and kill spiders and roaches.
- Peel off protective paper.
- Fold the trap and insert the tab at top to hold it together.
- Fold end flaps inward to form a 30 degree angle.
- For best results, place trap lengthwise against wall.
Check the trap regularly. Dispose of the trap when it is covered with insects, or every 90 days.
Warning & Toxicities: Keep out of reach of children and pets. In case of contact with adhesive, use vegetable or mineral oil to remove.