Pest Kill Products

Q: Does Blue Diamond MRF 2000 and Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 eliminate the attached ootheca (the egg case)?

A: YES.

Q: Does the application of Blue Diamond MRF 2000 or Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 cause the ootheca to drop prematurely?

A: NO, because Blue Diamond MRF 2000 paste formula and Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 are both so carefully formulated, the roaches do not know they are in danger. In other words, the female who is carrying the egg case won’t drop it where it will uiltimately hatch – with 30 new cockroaches! Blue Diamond Bait is truly the only effective way to eliminate a pregnant female cockroach.

Q: Can roaches build an immunity or resistance to Blue Diamond MRF 2000 or Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15?

A: NO, once they consume the Blue Diamond MRF 2000 paste or Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 they die. This is completely unlike any other roach control product available – regardless what they tell you. We have yet to uncover a chemical pesticide that doesn’t cause resistance, and we’ve been in this business since 1983!

Q: What’s resistance?

A: That’s when the offspring – the baby roaches – are actually genetically altered – and are born immune to the chemical pesticides. That’s why the “Bug Man” has to come back every month – unless he (or she) uses Blue Diamond’s MRF 2000 or Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait! More and more toxic poisonous chemicals are used, (which still don’t work because – remember – resistance occurs) switching between toxic chemical groups, and yet the roaches are never, ever, really gone. It’s a vicious circle! Boric Acid baits are really the only way to control roaches for good!

Q: Why does Blue Diamond’s MRF 2000 and Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 work so well?

A: Because the active ingredient in both Blue Diamond Baits, Boric Acid, works against the roaches in a couple of ways. One, Boric Acid is made up of tiny crystals that get lodged into the breathing plates of the roaches. It also acts as a stomach poison. Roaches are carnivorous (yes, they eat their dead as well as their own eggs) so the roaches that are killed by Blue Diamond Roach Baits are also a source of poison to other roaches.
Q: How long does it take to incapacitate a cockroach after consumption?

A: Depending on the type of cockroach, usually 5 hours.