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Raid Ant Baits Double Control-4 ct.

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.1 x 5.6 x 4.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000BOKOJ2
  • Item model number: 71480
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,500 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Raid Ant Baits Double Control

Raid Double Control Ant Baits use the same easy place and go bait traps as normal Raid Ant Baits, however, Raid Max is suited with 2 different kinds of food for ants, making it irresistible!
Place in any high-traffic ant areas.
Baits come in convenient child-resistant container.

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Customer Reviews

The ants are not attracted to the bait.
Jame
Five hours later---ants still all over the kitchen floor and they were crawling around the baits to avoid them.
Dajamogu
I have never had a ant steal all my peanut butter.
Priscilla D'agostino

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By C. Vance on August 30, 2007
I put these traps right on the ant trail and waited a week. The ants went around them. These baits are supposed to be for both grease and sweet loving ants so I wondered what kind I had.

I put a tiny dab of honey down and watched. The ants quickly found it and wouldn't leave it alone.

I then cut open one of the traps and using a toothpick but a dab of each bait and a dab of honey on a piece of paper and watched. The ants were again drawn to the honey. But as I watched they'd sample each of the Raid baits and move on.

I've tried the Terro liquid ant bait and my ants really like it. I'll be picking up some Terro liquid bait traps tomorrow.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By caskote on April 22, 2010
Found ants in the basement - probably because the recently spread mulch in the garden. Bought a couple of these, deployed as suggested on the box - near corners, baseboards, etc.
Its main effect on ants is pissing them off because they had to detour to avoid it. In *no circumstance* ANY ant ate it. Totally, absolutely, 145% useless - again, I wonder if they even test this before selling it.
As another reviewer said, it's supposed to work with both sweet and grease loving ants - and I too wonder what kind of ants I have - maybe french cuisine connoisseur ants?

Anyhow: avoid. Total waste of money.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Paws on June 10, 2013
I went to my local grocery store to get an ant trap, assuming any of them would work. My 2 year old spills, it's only natural and sometimes i don't see it or get it out of every little corner, well i thought i'd solve that and paid $6 with tax for these things, they ants walks right over it like the trash it is.. no, actually they would probably actually eat trash so i guess this is worse! I tried some ant traps previous to these and they were some off brand at wal-mart, these caked u gels and peanut butter looking foods are the dumbest thing iv'e ever seen. How does it look when your product that is specifically meant for the type of ants you noted on the packaging are walking around it like it's just in the way.

Stick with Terro Liquid Ant Baits, works extremly well, over night and they thin out by over 90%, another day and they will be all but gone.

I wanted this product to work so badly, i literally cut the top off and dumped it out to make it ridiculously easy for them to just eat it! This junk needs to be taken off the shelves.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 27, 2011
I've tried both kinds of Raid ant baits, the regular strength and the double control. The traps have been out for 24 hours and neither type is working. I just watched two ants walk completely around a trap!!! I even tried to stick a toothpick into one of the traps to stir up the bait, thinking the bait might be old or dried out. The trap is designed so you can't get inside to stir it.

What a waste of money.

I'm going to buy Terro instead. Terro is messy but at least it attracts the ants.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By EngrMomi on January 19, 2014
Although we are very clean and we frequently have maids clean our home, we encountered four different ant control issues:

1) Bedroom 1 and the hallway were infested with Florida Carpenter ants of all sizes.
2) Bedroom 2 was filled with what seemed like small "crazy ants" running quickly all over the place.
3) The kitchen had tiny sugar ants (or pharaoh ants).all over the counter tops.
4) Our brand new car, which was recently shipped from Europe to the USA, was infested with sugar ants and tiny spiders.

At first I tried to use eco-friendly sprays. The scents were often overwhelming and these only seemed to kill ants on contact.

I quickly learned that each infestation must be treated independent of the other. Aerosol sprays do not kill entire colonies and/ or queens unless sprayed directly on these pests. It's almost impossible to identify where colonies and queens are breeding (unless you are a pest control agent or entomologist). Seal every opening in and out of the house to prevent entry and exit points for ants. Baits are an excellent option when used properly and in large numbers. Once these pests are controlled, and within a three month period, you must properly dispose of all baits and replace these baits with new baits. Keep baits and all pesticides out of reach and out of view of children (and pets).

Also, use gloves or plastic bags on your hands when handling any pesticides.

It doesn't take a microscope or a rocket scientist to observe that different types of ants infest different rooms and places, even in the same structure.

For Bedroom 1, a small 48 square ft (above 5 square meters) room, we placed two Raid Ant Baits Double Control,side-by-side far under a bookshelf.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin L. on March 20, 2014
The ants in my home have nothing but disdain for these ant baits. Yesterday I watched one of them crawl into one of these baits, sniff around, and then leave without seeming to recognize the bait as a food source. I had similar results when I tried these baits on an infestation some 2 years ago in a different apartment. Borax and sugar (or Terro liquid baits, which are the same thing) will work. These will not.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Barron L. Rothberg on September 5, 2013
It has been raining a lot, so ants moved inside. They showed up in the kitchen. Ant bait has always worked in the past, so I picked some up. I purchased Raid Ant bait. I put a couple near where the ants were coming in. The ants started to go in, almost immediately. There was more and more activity with the ant bait, but 8 days later, they were still in the kitchen and apparently loving the bait. I went out and bought a competing brand "Terro" I placed the bait next to the Raid bait. The ants switched over to the Terro bait and 5 hours, the ants were all gone.
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