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Best ant killer

jhonwick

Posted 7:54 am, 01/11/2018

you did great job.. thanks for sharing

gandydancer49

Posted 4:06 pm, 05/10/2017

I read to try 1 part borax to 3 parts powdered sugar, but be careful where you put it out of course ?

emmit5429

Posted 7:35 pm, 04/24/2017

its called AMDRO, you can guy at Lowes and walmart...it s the best ever to get rid of them...if you kill the queen they will all die

BlackRose258

Posted 1:25 am, 09/26/2015

3 words (Gasoline and fire)

Runkle

Posted 8:24 am, 09/25/2015

I found some good ant killer at Dollar Tree a couple of years ago. I stocked up and still have some , so I don't know if they still carry it or not.

msmanners

Posted 6:59 am, 09/25/2015

I use corn meal. Non toxic for kids and animals. Sprinkle it where ants are coming into the home.

Jude

Posted 12:20 am, 09/25/2015

geeze....two words

molten aluminum

Basking

Posted 10:12 pm, 09/24/2015

Actually borax is toxic. It just takes what is considered a large dosage

Joseph T.

Posted 9:07 pm, 09/24/2015

Cypher WP and your problem are gone.

kayla23

Posted 8:47 pm, 09/24/2015

Growing up, we would always sprinkle instant grits around ant hills. They would eat the grits, then drink water, and the grits would expand in their stomach and kill them.

WarTank

Posted 8:16 pm, 09/24/2015

I've used the borax / sugar recipe with cotton balls. Works really good on ants that like sugar. Depends on the type of ant u have, some will only require sweet/protein etc

larrygbrindle

Posted 7:48 pm, 09/24/2015

Amdro

Osmosis

Posted 4:33 pm, 09/24/2015

Ant Terro. We call it ant terror at my house. Does the trick.

mommotwo

Posted 10:45 am, 09/24/2015

Here ya go for spiders. I haven't tried it yet, but I'm gonna.

http://www.wikihow.com/Make...nt-at-Home

Elmo Cleghorn

Posted 10:05 am, 09/24/2015

i=it , sorry

backwater

Posted 10:05 am, 09/24/2015

Anything for Spiders?

Elmo Cleghorn

Posted 10:04 am, 09/24/2015

no i haven't and i am going to buy some. i have read more than a few articles on the benefit of that stuff. i works on many pest problems i hear. supposed to be totally safe to use around humans and pets as well.

1goddess

Posted 10:03 am, 09/24/2015

Elmo, have you tried food grade diatomaceous earth in your basement? That works too!

Elmo Cleghorn

Posted 9:58 am, 09/24/2015

i haven't used vinegar but what goddess says is true, the scent trail has to be cleaned up.

mommotwo

Posted 9:56 am, 09/24/2015

If you are into the all natural kinda stuff, I put peppermint oil on a cotton ball and put it below the sink and other random places. It works. Don't know how, lol.....but it works.

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