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How To Make an All-Natural Ant Killer — Apartment Therapy Tutorials

Since I moved to Brooklyn, ants have been invading my kitchen for several weeks each spring. Usually I buy commercial (and toxic) ant bait traps from my local hardware store, but this year I opted for an easy solution using two ingredients I had in my kitchen pantry. Here's how to make your own non-...
Sarah Pulfer
Sarah Pulfer • 1 year ago

Ant killer that uses only powdered sugar and baking soda - safe for use around people & animals!

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