Although they're not as bad now as they were in the beginning of the summer, I have a problem with ants invading my home. Even worse, they try to take over in my camper too. I've tried different methods of eradicating ants. Some of those methods have worked while others haven't. I've come pretty close to winning the war by using Combat Source Kill Max Ant Bait and Ant Gel.
The Combat Source Kill Max Ant Gel is formulated to effectively get rid of ants. It contains Fipronil, a fast-acting active ingredient. Its speed is still slow enough, however, for foraging ants to return to the colony and feed the bait to larvae and queens so that the entire colony is killed through the Domino Effect. It works within hours and up to one month.
The gel is in a tube that resembles a syringe and is to be placed near ant trails, ant nexts, or in areas of suspected critter activity. I don't like having gels or any potential poison left out in the open so I've used it in cracks and crevices in areas where ants tend to roam.
The Combat Source Kill Max Ant Bait contains an effective insecticide which kills most ants commonly found in homes. It's effective because ants carry bait back to their colony to destroy the entire colony. It even kills ants adjacent to your home to prevent more ants from coming inside. Ants enter the bait station and eat the bait then take it back to the nest to destroy their fellow bugs. I have bait stations placed in my pantry, behind my stove and by my kitchen sink.
Both the gel and the bait seem to be effective in removing picnic pests from my home and camper. I definitely don't see trails of them along my walls and counter space anymore. I prefer the bait over the gel because the formula is inside a contained station rather than out in the open.
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