Imagine driving down the road and turning your air conditioning in full blast. Suddenly, along with the cold air comes small roaches bursting out of your vents. Some of the really tiny ones have been blown on your face.
Then you stepped on the break and decide to look into what’s happening inside the car. All you could see are small roaches crawling just about everywhere in the car. And you ask yourself, how do you get rid of them?
Why do you have roaches in the car?
You just have to be honest when you ask yourself this question. Perhaps the next question involves you or your children eating in the car. As long as you eat inside the car, there is no way you can keep the roaches out.
Sometimes, your busy schedule makes it impossible for you to take out the trash from inside the car, until you turn on the air conditioning vent and the cockroaches come out to your face, literally.
There are roaches in the car for the simple reason that they find food there. The problem on roaches won’t go away until you keep providing them with food that makes them survive in your car.
So how do you get rid of the roaches?
First, you have to eliminate what makes these roaches survive so they could either die or just move on to the next car where they could find food. Unless you clear the car from all types of food, including the crumbs, then you should expect to keep to roaches coming in too.
Second, clean the car interior as often as you should. If you can’t help but eat food or drink coffee while inside the car, then you should get it cleaned out as often as you could. How often should you get your car washed? If you keep on eating inside the car, it would be best to have it washed at least two to three times a week. If not, then once a week would be good.
Lastly, remember that cockroaches eat just about anything. You better remove all the clutter from inside the car to keep the roaches out. Stop keeping those papers and cardboard boxes inside the car. If the car carpet is dirty, take it out and clean it before putting it back.