Still, I hesitantly entered my apartment, put down my things, then found the kitchen light. Whew! So far, so good...no obvious buggies in sight.
The I turned and noticed one perching on my Black & Decker electronic pest control device that is plugged into one of the outlets on the bar, near the sink. There he stood, taunting me like several of his brethren had done recently...all of them perched on that worthless device (don't waste your money on these things). So, I grabbed my yellow can of Raid and kilt him dead.
Not a minute or two later, one of his friends comes scurrying out from behind that device, and I kilt him dead, too. I am thinking there is some gap between the bar sides and the topper that is a harborage for these lil' devils. I guess these bastards were seeking a 'safe' place since their former abode was sprayed.
I had an apartment in Sherman, TX, for a few months when I got my first store. I had a pest problem there, and after a few weeks I found that they were coming up and out a gap where the bar walls and the top met. I remember one night I sprayed Raid or Bengal or something and dozens and dozens of small buggies came racing out. It was thoroughly disgusting.
Anyway...I went to the dishwasher to get a clean glass out, and I found 2 buggies right inside the door. They surely had scrambled once they smelled the killah spray. I kilt them dead, too.
I just did some research online, and it takes a few days for the spray to kill them all, so I will not-so-patiently wait for this to occur.
It can't happen too soon. This morning, I smartly inspected the TP before I used it, which was a good call, because there was a lil' devil on the dangling end of the TP. I kilt him dead. I'll kill them all dead.
All my under-counter cabinets in the kitchen were open when I got home, so it seems like the exterminator probably sprayed them quite well...I hope.