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by Peter Thomas
on July 25, 2020 at 7:33 AM
Simple Green and caulk. Simple.
by shelley arrowsmith
on August 1, 2020 at 5:05 PM
These are good ideas, but sometimes, I find, not practical. I often shallow bury something the ants want (if they are going for sugary things in the house, then something sweet, if meat/protien, then bury that - it can come from what you might be composting). Soon the ants find there is something outside for them to consume and leave the house... Maybe it is coincidence! I do all the cleaning that was recommended PLUS burying the food based attractant. I do not have animals that might be attracted to the food I've buried outside. I do this on two sides of the house where I've noticed ants in the past...Maybe this idea will work for others too!
 
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