Compare Roach Doctor with Advion Roach Gel vs Maxforce Roach Gel and Combat Max Roach Killing Gel on the following parameters.
- Compare how do they work?
- Compare what to expect?
- Compare Shelf Life
- Compare Price
- Compare Smell
- Compare Safety Instructions
- Compare Do’s and Don’ts
- Compare Key Ingredients
- Compare Reviews
Compare how do they work? Roach Doctor vs Advion vs Maxforce vs Combat
Roach Doctor tricks the cockroaches with its smell and taste, which, when taken in by them, spreads automatically when they go in their colony by infecting and killing others.
Advion Roach Gel
Advion Roach Gel combines a highly attractive, proprietary gel formulation with a potent, non–repellent active ingredient. Cockroaches cannot resist this superior combination, and even the toughest populations are quickly controlled. Upon entering an insect, Indoxacarb is converted into a new molecule with insecticidal properties. This process is activated specifically by the insect’s own enzymes.
Maxforce Roach Gel
It contains Hydramethylnon, an active ingredient that works gradually as a metabolic poison causing death by inhibiting the formation of ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate). ATP provides the necessary energy to complete most biological processes. Within a few hours, the insects become lethargic and stop eating. This condition progresses until the insects die within 24 to 72 hours.
Combat Max Roach Killing Gel
It starts working in hours to exterminate roaches and helps keep infestation under control for up to six months.
Compare what to expect? Roach Doctor vs Advion vs Maxforce vs Combat
As per the Roach Doctor reviews it is not the best solution to get rid of roaches.
Users are happy with the Advion Roach Gel and Maxforce Roach Gel and claim it is very effective in getting rid of roaches.
Combat Roach Gel has mixed reviews with some people saying it worked effectively while other said that roaches come back eventually.
Compare Shelf Life
Roach Doctor – No expiration date but it may not last too long after opened.
Advion Roach Gel – 1 year after the tube is opened.
Maxforce Roach Gel – Once opened use it in a year. Unopened tube can last for up to 2 years.
Combat Max Roach Killing Gel – 3 years from the date of manufacturing.
Roach Doctor – $10
Advion Roach Gel – $24
Maxforce Roach Gel – $24
Combat Max Roach Killing Gel – $13.43
Does not apply to any of the roach gels.
Does it Smell? Roach Doctor vs Advion vs Maxforce vs Combat
Roach Doctor – Some reviews mention that Roach Doctor has unpleasant smell.
Advion Roach Gel – According to the manufacturer the Gel is odor–less but a few reviews (a very few of the 12000 reviews ) do mention that the Advion Roach Gel smells like rotten eggs.
Maxforce Roach Gel – There are no reviews mentioning of smell.
Combat Max Roach Killing Gel – The manufacturer says it does not smell and the reviews do confirm it.
Compare Safety Instructions: Roach Doctor vs Advion vs Maxforce vs Combat
This gel should not be applied to areas where food/feed, food utensils or food processing surfaces may come into contact and become contaminated.
Advion Roach Gel
May cause skin irritation. Don’t handle with bare hands. Use gloves. Do not let it get in contact with eyes.
Maxforce Roach Gel
It can be used in homes and non–food areas of restaurants and other food and feed handling establishments. Place bait gel only in areas not accessible to children or pets.
Combat Max Roach Killing Gel – The same as mentioned above.
Compare Do’s and Don’ts: Roach Doctor vs Advion vs Maxforce vs Combat
Roach Doctor, Advion Roach Gel, Maxforce Roach Gel and Combat Max Roach Killing Gel
- You can place the gel in cracks and crevices along the wall or cabinet, crawl spaces, or cracks in the floor.
- Do not apply these gel bait to areas where food/feed, food utensils or food processing surfaces may come into contact and become contaminated.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing.
- Wear chemical–resistant gloves during application.
- Keep exposed gel away from open foods, food contact surfaces, children or pets.
- Do not remove bait from applicator.
- Wash hands thoroughly after use.
- First aid: if bait gel is swallowed, call a poison control center or doctor immediately for treatment advice. Have person sip a glass of water if able to swallow. Do not induce vomiting unless told to do so by a poison control center or doctor. Do not give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. Take container, label or product name and pest control product registration number with you when seeking medical attention.
Compare Key Ingredients: Roach Doctor vs Advion vs Maxforce vs Combat
Roach Doctor – The official website RoachDoctor.com does not list the ingredients.
Advion Roach Gel – Indoxacarb
Maxforce Roach Gel – HYDRAMETHYLNON – 2.15%, also CONTAINS THE ALLERGENS SHRIMP, FISH AND SOY.
Contains 1,2–benzisothiazolin–3–one at 0.1% or 0.04%, 5–Chloro–2–methyl–4–isothiazolin–3–one at 0.001 % and 2–methyl–4–isothiazolin–3–one at 0.0004 % as preservatives.
Combat Max Roach Killing Gel – Active Ingredient: Neo–Pynamin, Cypermethrin. Other Ingredients: Water, Hydrocarbon Propellant, Petroleum distillates, Aliphatic Propylene Glycol Ethers, Sodium Benzoate, Surfactants
Compare Reviews: Roach Doctor vs Advion vs Maxforce vs Combat
Roach Doctor REVIEW
Hannah Stevens complains in her Roach Doctor review that the roaches actively avoid the bait gel and it has no effect at all. She set up the entire pack in her kitchen for 2 weeks (after placing her food in the refrigerator, scrubbed the floors, and taken out the garbage every day), and the roach population actually seemed to grow.
Stacy Gonzalez claims in her review of Roach Doctor that it did not stop the roach problem although it did slow them down tremendously.
Another user, Marjorie Watts tried the Roach Doctor and mentions in her Roach Doctor review that it smells like rancid garbage. She had a set of these out for two weeks, no takers.
Edna Frazier says in her Roach Doctor review– “It did not work and is just fake advertising and a waste of money.
In her Roach Doctor review, Kathy Gross claims that they are of no use at all! She used it for a month but nothing was touched.
Kristi Gardner claims in her review of Roach Doctor– “It didn’t seem to do anything after sitting around for a month. The roaches simply ignored them opting instead to dine on whatever was in the sink.
Victoria Carpenter tried Roach Doctor and writes in her review– “It was a great idea for a purchase but didn’t work that well.
Shelly Wood mentions in her review of Roach Doctor– “Maybe I just have relentless super roaches, but this didn’t seem to do much to them”.
Muriel Hunt says in her Advion Roach Gel review that she placed drops of this product around the floor boards, on the sink in the kitchen, in cabinets and in her bathrooms and the next day, dead or half dead bugs were scattered all over the floor and also the live roaches continued to die from digesting the dead ones.
Dawn Poole writes in her Advion Roach Gel review that she recommends it for anyone with a pest problem.
In her Advion Roach Gel review Violet Cox says– ” Within 10 minutes of applying, I started seeing the little buggers come out of the cracks and hungry for their next meal. It really does attract roaches very well”.
Another user, Inez Moody writes in her review of the Advion Roach Gel that in 3 weeks the bug population came down by nearly half).
Amy Holland claims in her Advion Roach Gel review– “Using it for a month now, and this gel in combination with barrier method most of the roaches are gone”.
Maxforce Roach Gel REVIEW
Judith Richards tried the Maxforce Roach Gel and writes in her review that the gel worked pretty well. It took several days before she no longer saw roaches and whenever she saw a new one she applied a little more of the product behind baseboards and other hidden areas.
Tabitha Jacobs claims in her Maxforce Roach Gel review that it really worked in getting the bugs to leave.
In her Maxforce Roach Gel review, Joy Maldonado says– “I noticed that it started working the first day. It kills lots of medium and large ones”.
Melba Owen bought the Maxforce Roach Gel and writes in her review– “This is a very good product. It took a while to reduce them, but as days go by I see less and less signs of them”.
Leona Lindsey says in her Maxforce Roach Gel review that she hasn’t seen any roaches in 6 months.
Combat Roach Gel Pros
Joan Miller says in her Combat Roach Gel review that this is the best stuff she has ever used.
Debbie Robbins, another user says on her review of the Combat Roach Gel that she had a big pile of dead roaches where she put the stuff.
In her Combat Roach Gel review, Marcia Walters writes– “I bought this item and it worked great”.
Combat Roach Gel Cons
Shelia Lloyd says in her Combat Max Roach Killing Gel review that the gel has a sickly yellow cast to it. It permanently stained white grout.
Susie Jacobs used the Combat Max Roach Killing Gel and writes in her review– “Used in the cracks where I saw them as directed. They would go away for a few days but would come back after a month or so”.
In her Combat Max Roach Killing Gel review, Ebony Parsons says– “First, it does not stick to anything, so if you try to dispense it on a vertical surface, it will just fall. Second, the pests may or may not show it any interest, at all. It may just sit there, while they walk around it”.
Claire Greene complains in her review of the Combat Max Roach Killing Gel that it stops them for a while, but they still come back eventually.
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