To treat fire ant infestations, apply a slow-acting pesticide bait to the property, and treat each ant mound with a fast-acting pesticide or boiling water to reduce the ant populations. Ant control techniques can take se... More »

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Eliminate house ants naturally by mixing borax with powdered sugar in a 1:3 ratio. Place small containers of the mixture in the areas where ants roam. Do not kill visible ants, but allow them to carry the mixture back to... More »

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To get rid of ants in your car, vacuum the car thoroughly, focusing on removing food scraps and the ants that you can see. Put ant bait traps in the car, giving them time to capture the rest of the ants in the car. More »

There are a number of homemade methods for controlling fire ants, such as pouring boiling or soapy water on the mound, digging up the mound or using orange oil. However, none of these methods is entirely effective, as th... More »

To get rid of tiny ants in your home, eliminate food and water sources, close all access points to your home and use pesticide baits. Ants most frequently infest kitchens, so it is crucial to keep a kitchen as clean as p... More »

Experts from the North Carolina State University Cooperative Extension and the Texas A&M Agrilife Extension suggest using baits and mound elimination to control and eliminate fire ants. These basic approaches are effecti... More »

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Eliminate sugar ants from the home using bait made of mint jelly and boric acid. Mixing and applying the bait takes requires a few minutes. Within days, you can eliminate the ant problem. More »

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