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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Tiny black ants quickly become annoying when they invade your home. Get rid of these pests naturally with index cards, corn syrup, borax, cinnamon, diatomaceous earth and a vacuum. More »

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Seeing winged carpenter ants in the home usually means that there are other carpenter ants with and without wings nesting nearby. There are a few simple ways to get rid of them using some basic household items. More »

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To get rid of ants, create a mixture that is one-half powdered sugar and one-half baking soda. Sprinkle the mixture over the affected area or contain it in an open jar. More »

A mixture of borax, sugar and flour kills both roaches and ants. The flour and sugar attract the insects, and the borax kills them. Cocoa powder is an effective substitute for the sugar. More »

Products that kill ants include liquid ant bait, bait granules, borax and insecticides that contain ingredients such as permethrin, bifenthrin and deltamethrin. Use a mixture of vinegar and water to remove ant trails. More »

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A homemade borax ant killer is a safe and effective way to rid your home of pesky ants. You can feel good about knowing what is in the product, unlike when buying professional ant killers from the store. You need borax, ... More »