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How to Kill Ants With Common Household Spices

by Jaime Stathis
While there are many commercial products that will remove ants from the home, many people don't want to use them because of potential toxicity from the chemicals. Chemically based insecticides are effective, yet they are potentially harmful to all members of the household, especially pets and young ...
  • Jillian Fiske

    How to repel ants with outdoor plants - must try this Summer!

  • Taylor Ward

    Keep ants away from your delicate garden plants. Seriously needed this bout three months ago

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  • Pritam Yadav

    Fire ants can be a big nuisance especially at those times when they thrive and they don’t seem to leave you alone. Walking out into the garden can become a hassle when trying to avoid these creatures because they easily find and bite your feet, leaving them painful, itchy as well as the bumps to pro…

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