Kill Cockroaches with EcoZap™. The DIY solution! No organophosphates!
Laboratory proven 100% effectiveness. EcoZap™ WILL kill your Roaches!
Cockroaches are insects of the order Blattaria or Blattodea. The best known cockroach species are the American cockroach, Periplaneta americana, the German cockroach, Blattella germanica, the Asian cockroach, Blattella asahinai and the Oriental cockroach, Blatta orientalis. The name "cockroach" comes from the
Spanish word for cockroach, cucaracha, transformed by English folk etymology into "cock" and "roach". The scientific name for cockroaches derives from the latinized Greek name for the insect blátta; Ionic and Attic Greek: blátte. Recent genetic evidence strongly suggests that termites (note, ants are NOT termites)
evolved directly from true cockroaches. Cockroaches live in a wide range of environments around the world. Cockroach species adapt readily to a variety of environments, but prefer warm conditions found within buildings. Many tropical cockroach species prefer even warmer environments and do not fare well in the
average household. Cockroaches have the ability to very quickly become resistant to most artificial poisons in the organophosphate stable, but cockroaches are not able to become immune against for instance boric acid or diatomaceous earth as these inter alia physically destroy them. Bacteria and pathogenes are known to
be spread by cockroaches and about 60% of all childhood asthma is caused by cockroach droppings and carcasses. Cockroaches leave chemical trails in their faeces, as well as emitting airborne pheromones for swarming and mating. These chemical trails of cockroaches transmit bacteria onto surfaces, so much for hygiene!
Other cockroaches will follow these trails to discover sources of food and water, and also discover where other cockroaches are hiding. Thus, cockroaches can exhibit emergent behaviour. Cockroaches are mainly nocturnal and will run away when exposed to light. A peculiar exception is the Asian cockroach. Cockroaches
are most common in tropical and subtropical climates. Some species are in close association with human dwellings and cockroaches are widely found around garbage or in the kitchen. Cockroaches are generally omnivorous and roaches are known to feed on anything including toothpaste, paper and even the carcasses of
other cockroaches - cannibalistic behaviour amongst cockroaches has also been recorded. - By Eco Zap
your answer is EcoZap!
EcoZap™ is the ONLY scientifically tested pesticide on the
market combining the double killing power of Boric Acid with
that of Diatomaceous Earth. Two naturally occuring elements
scientifically proven to kill cockroaches etc!
EcoZap™ is the economical DIY answer!
No need for dangerous organophosphates!
No need for special equipment!
No need for expensive services!
We are not shy to produce the test results [note copyright!] as years
of experimentation have gone into this seemingly simple, yet highly
effective product and we believe this kind of information should be
made public knowledge in any case - regardless of product!
We are not afraid of competition, even with the foregoing information, there are
enough cockroaches and other pests to keep us all busy.
Not only is it highly effective, but EcoZap™ contains NO pyrethroids or
organophosphates - this is good news for all of us realizing the bad side effects of
those chemicals, many originally designed to kill humans in chemical warfare!
EcoZap™ less toxic than table salt
The active ingredient in EcoZap™ is Boric Acid which has a toxicity LD50 of
5140mg/kg [mean toxicity page 13] which is less toxic than table salt, paracetamol,
cannabis, aspirin and caffeine to name a few substances; notwithstanding
widespread and unsubstantiated rumours to the contrary.
The efficacy of EcoZap™ in killing cockroaches, fishmoths and crickets has been
Further independent studies have confirmed the efficacy of Boric Acid in killing not
only cockroaches but also termites, ants, ticks [page 8,12 & 13], mites, fungus and
fleas [page 312, ‘borates’ includes boric acid]; as well as this document.
Apart from Boric Acid killing the insects from within by destroying their digestive
system, we have added Diatomaceous Earth into the mix which acts as a
desiccant, it has tiny silica pieces which not only dry the insects from the outside,
but cuts them to death. Sugar is added as an attractant.
EcoZap™ kills most pests within 5 to 7 days. Nymphs [the off-spring] and females seem to be the
toughest and they are mostly all dead within 14 days, which means that the
breeding cycle is disturbed and your problem should be solved!
EcoZap™ is a contact poison, in other words insects must be able to get in contact
Unlike artificial poisons EcoZap™ will not evaporate after a couple of days or hours,
it will still be effective for as long as it is there. The active ingredient has been given
a ‘shelf life’ of between 2 years to ‘unlimited’, the majority of sources give it at least
five years. But, as you remove EcoZap™, by for instance cleaning out, you will have
to re-apply it.