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Darcy Logan

Chili powder is a blend of ground chilies and other spices and herbs such as paprika, cumin, oregano, garlic powder and salt. A number of books and Internet sites make the claim that it can be used as an eco-friendly or natural method of keeping ants out of the home. But whether or not chili powder ...
Kathy Gordon-sellers
Kathy Gordon-sellers • 2 years ago

Get rid of ants...This really works!

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