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Ants can be gotten rid of by using vinegar, chalk, honey, essential oil or ant balls. Minimizing or removing their harborage sites and getting rid of debris and mulch can also help keep ants away. More »

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To get rid of ants in the garden, surround the garden with deterrents, make a garden-safe ant killer, make a trap, pour tobacco tea on the ant hills, and mask the trail scent. Getting rid of ants can be easy or difficult... More »

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Safe home remedies for getting rid of ants include cayenne pepper, citrus spray and grits. Sprinkle cayenne pepper liberally where ants enter. Use black pepper or cinnamon the same way. Mix citrus peelings and water in a... More »

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Natural remedies to get rid of ants include using vinegar, spices, chalk, coffee grounds, and citrus and cucumber peels. Some of these remedies work because ants dislike strong scents. More »

Ants can be eliminated using boric acid, chalk, commercial pesticides or by sprinkling plain flour around the area where ants are observed. Removing items that attract ants, such as food and water, encourages the ants to... More »

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To get rid of crazy ants, first find out where they enter your house and the location of their colony. Use Cynoff WP or Demon WP Insecticide on outdoor colonies, and treat the indoor colonies using Delta Dust Insecticide... More »

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The best way to get rid of flying ants, or carpenter ants, in a home is to locate the nest, drill 1/8-inch holes into the wall and inject desiccant dusts such as silica gel, diatomaceous earth or boric acid directly into... More »