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Cockroach Zapper Instructions

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How it works

Setting the Trap & Disposal

The trap works like a roach motel, but it uses electrical shocks to kill any bugs that wander inside. In the trap there's a maze with electrical discharge plates on the walls. The entrances are one-way, so after Cockroaches climb inside, they can't get out and are zapped.

Setting the zapper:
Place the trap wherever you have a roach problem. Roaches are commonly found in kitchen cabinets, below kitchen sinks, behind refrigerators, under wardrobes, underneath beds, in storage rooms, and in many other dark, damp corners of the house. Roaches tend to follow the edges of walls, so it's best to place the roach killing device with one side of the zapper against a wall or cabinet surface. When roaches are killed they release pheromones that attract other unsuspecting roaches into the zapper, this replaces the need for added bait until cleaned.

Clearing the trap:
Simply open the lid and using the tool provided, brush the dead Cockroaches into the rubbish bin, then re-bait and set up again.

"You never need to touch the dead Cockroaches"

Before and After:


I love this thing, and with all the motion sensor lights around, I'm amazed they didn't think of it sooner. A motion-sensing sprinkler! Now isn’t that just the thing to keep unwanted pests out of your garden; pest of any species. (Except, perhaps, for ducks)

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