By Vamien McKalin | May 03, 2013 01:54 PM EDT
Since the dawn of man, the most effective way to get rid of cockroaches has always been to use your boot to squish them to insect Valhalla, or by deadly chemical spray that suffocates them to death. However, those methods are too nasty for modern humans, so a new approach must be taken.
A Japanese company called Fumakilla has come up with a new way to dispose of cockroaches, according to Rocket News 24. What the company has come up with is actually another bug spray, but there's a twist with this one. When sprayed directly on a cockroach, the insect actually freezes to death, making it easier for you for dispose of its remains. The best thing about this Arctic bug spray is that it freezes cockroaches in their tracks, so no more spraying while these little pests run to die somewhere else, or to return another day to crawl on your face while you sleep.
The freeze ray that comes out of the can is -103 degrees Fahrenheit; it's odorless, doesn't leave stains, and is less flammable/safer for humans than a traditional bug spray.
To get your sweaty palms on this powerful ice monster that specializes in killing bugs, you may need to import it from Japan, as it won't be available anywhere else; at least not for the foreseeable future. No information on price, but one shouldn't expect this to be in the same price range of traditional bug sprays.
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