A woman has discovered a way to get her home city roaches out of her home without resorting to more aggressive methods.
Shannon Moore discovered she has a problem when she discovered she couldn’t get rid the roaches by shooting them with a shotgun.
Moore is the owner of The Shady Garden in Oklahoma city and she was looking to sell her house for $100,000.
She has been buying and selling her house and she realized there was a problem with the roach infestation in her home.
“I was really surprised because it was so hard to get the roaks out,” she said.
“You can’t put them in your home and they’re not going to leave the house.”
The roach problem in Oklahoma is actually quite simple.
They’re attracted to light.
So when you put a light on your home, they’re attracted.
And that means the roas aren’t going to go anywhere else.
“They’re in your kitchen, they can’t go into your bedroom,” Moore said.
“So I’m just doing what I do.
If they get in the kitchen, it’s a no-go area, you have to put a wire up,” Moore explained.
Moore had her husband, Greg, remove roaches from her kitchen and they were in her bedroom.
“It was like they were inside of me,” Moore says.
“They were like a little rat.”
It was a very stressful situation for her husband.
He was in shock.
“When I told him, ‘You know what, it was really difficult for me, but it was the right thing to do,’ he was like, ‘Oh, you can do this,'” Moore said.
“When you’re in a situation like that, the first thing you need to do is go get the gun,” Moore added.
“I had to take the shotgun, which was hard.
It was a little bit of a mess.
I had to cut the wire off the door.
It took a while to figure out where to put it.”
Moore was able to remove the roaching from her home by using a paintbrush.
She used a paint brush to put paint on the walls, the kitchen and the back door of her house.
“The only thing that was really bothering me was the roached smell coming from the back,” Moore recalled.
“My husband is like, this is a little bad.
So I did what I could do.”
Moore said she was able remove the Roaches from a bathroom.
It wasn’t until she removed the roACHs from the ceiling that she was forced to use a broom.
“We have a lot of ceiling fans,” Moore noted.
“We had to put some sort of blanket over it, just to get them out.”
Moore plans to get some paint spray and a foam pad to add to the paint to make it easier to remove.
“My husband was like ‘I don’t want to do that.
It’s going to take too long,'” Moore explained, “so I’m like, well, why don’t I just paint them off.”