Roaches are the ultimate scavengers and can eat close to anything they can find around your house, among these things is toothpaste, namely the leftover residue on your brush after you clean your teeth. The thought makes you ask yourself if you're feeding the roaches each time you leave your toothbrush by the sink. Check out Bulwark's take on what the roaches may be doing when your not around.


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Marci Bravin Las Vegas, NV
I have spent many hours and a lot of money to make my yard a beautiful place to relax. Ed Sakugawa helps make sure it stays that way. He is so knowledgeable about any pest problem, that I know all I have to do is call and he will take care of it. He keeps all pest problems under control, yard, flowers and even vegetables and educates me as well with every visit. He will even come back between regulary monthy service calls to make sure certain problems are taken care of. We have been using Bulwark for nearly five years and I love the fact that every month we are not having a smelly, toxic chemical sprayed in our home. Thanks Ed, I don't know what I'd do without you! Marci Bravin
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