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    Quote Originally Posted by Someones Mummy View Post
    Can you see a trail? They're coming from somewhere, the nest is usually a hole in the ground. Its hard to see but if you follow the pack you should see it. I once had to call a pest guy because I had a major problem once and he showed me how to find it and kill it for next time. Killing a few you see won't get rid of the problem unfortunately (if its a big problem that is)
    It looks like it runs into a neighbors yard, hard to explain. Im pretty sure its not in our yard anyway. I couldnt see it.

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    Default Outside ants - driving me nuts!

    Good old paprika if you have pets and kids. They don't want to go across it, works like ant sand.
    I haven't tried it but I've heard chalk works well too. Just draw the line and they don't cross it.
    I put those ant baits out and they carried the poison back and the ants minimised...not completely gone but don't get them everywhere now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izka View Post
    Good old paprika if you have pets and kids. They don't want to go across it, works like ant sand.
    I haven't tried it but I've heard chalk works well too. Just draw the line and they don't cross it.
    I put those ant baits out and they carried the poison back and the ants minimised...not completely gone but don't get them everywhere now
    I think you mean ant rid? Apparently its for indoor use only...not sure why but ive used it indoors in a previous house and works wonders

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    Default Outside ants - driving me nuts!

    Ant rid!! That's it!!! Yeah it's indoor only on the packet but they still take it back to the nest outside. Just kept it in a covered area.

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    I love ant sand. Worked wonders for us.


 

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