I once left a birthday cake covered in plastic wrap on my kitchen counter and the next morning the white icing had turned black. It was completely covered in ants. Appetizing, right?
I was told by someone who used to work pest control during college that ants are actually some of the hardest pests to kill. No matter what you do, they just seem to keep coming back. I’m all for natural options whenever possible but nothing I tried worked at all. Ants leave scent trails to communicate with other ants when they find food so one stray crumb and you’ve got a major problem on your hand.
Since our move back to Utah, we’ve been relieved that we had a mild winter, but that’s going to come with some negative side effects. Because the soil never froze, many pests never died. With a newborn in the house, there is nothing that creeps me out more than having to deal with household pests so I will be throwing everything I have at them.
Amdro Ant Block Home Perimeter Ant Bait can actually create a barrier around your home and work to kill ant colonies. I wish I’d given it a try during our time in San Diego. It probably would have saved me a lot of frustration over our ant problem.
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