Building 101: Bostik Roachkill
Learn about the paint that kills cockroaches
Roachkill is an acrylic emulsion paint with an active ingredient that kills and repels cockroaches. The surface painted with it becomes an insecticide-coated surface. You may use it in your closet area, under kitchen sinks, cabinets, walls, ceilings, bathrooms, laundry rooms, and other areas of the home.
Photographed by Jeremiah Idanan.
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