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TERRO 2 oz Liquid Ant Killer ll T200

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  • 2 oz. dropper attracts and kills all common household ants
  • Initially you will see more ants, but the ants will disapper in 2 to 3 days
  • Slow kill gives ants time to transport bait to the colony and queen
  • Easy to use: Apply product onto enclosed discs and place where ants are observed
  • Liquid bait is easier for ants to transport than gel bait
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Size: 2-Ounce

Product Description

The #1 selling brand in the category for 85 years. Americas leading liquid ant killer provides fast-acting elimination of the queen and entire colony. Safe for use in and around your home. The active ingredient, Borax, is recognized by the EPA as being among the safest and least toxic chemicals available to consumers. (One 1 oz drop bottle).

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Size: 2-Ounce
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 2.8 x 2.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0015031R8
  • Item model number: T200-12
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (387 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #277 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

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TERRO Ant Killer

The country’s original ant killer, TERRO Liquid Ant Killer, provides fast-acting elimination of the queen and entire colony. With the goal of attracting and killing all common household ants, the liquid bait is specifically designed – using the active ingredient Borax- to give the foraging ants enough time to share the bait with the rest of the unsuspecting colony.

To kill common household ants - including Argentine ants, ghost ants, cornfield ants, pavement ants, acrobat ants, white footed ants, little black ants, odorous house ants and other sweet eating ants - simply place the ant killer liquid on the squares of cardboard provided, sit back and relax. Your work is done.

It Works

TERRO Ant Killer may work like magic, but here are the simple facts on how it really works. TERRO Liquid Ant Killer is a bait product, so at first ants will come in large numbers, but don’t worry - they will soon disappear. The product is specifically formulated to allow worker ants to consume the product and survive long enough to carry the liquid back to the nest and deliver a dose to the rest of the colony.

Leave the ant killer liquid undisturbed while the ants are actively feeding on it and be sure to eliminate all other food sources in the area. This will ensure that the ants aren’t tempted to eat anything but the TERRO liquid ant bait.

While the active ingredient in the bait will ultimately kill the worker ant, it deviously interferes with the ant's digestive system, slowly enough that the worker has time to get back home and share the ant bait with the rest of the colony, including the queen. This slow kill is necessary to allow time for the foraging ants to make several trips to the bait and deliver enough deadly bait to the rest of the

Directions for TERRO Ant Killer:

  • TERRO Liquid Ant Killer is easy-to-use; simply tear PLACE TERRO HERE squares from the carton along the perforated lines and apply the liquid directly from the bottle onto the squares. Small pieces of paper, cardboard, or foil may be substituted for the cardboard provided.
  • Place the product where ants are seen, such as the edges of sinks, tubs, window sills, under food cabinets, along floors and baseboards and in corners. Do not skimp on bait placements; the more bait placements, the better.
  • Resist the temptation to interfere when the ants come in droves — your patience will pay off as you watch your ant infestation dwindle then disappear. Depending on the size of the ant invasion, complete control may take up to two weeks.
  • The key to effectively eliminating the ant infestation is to monitor the placements and ensure there is always a fresh supply of TERRO Ant Killer for the ants to feast on.
  • Since invading ants usually have outdoor nesting sites, it often helps to put the product outside, close to where ants are found entering the structure. Ants typically follow defined trails from the nest to food or water so placing the ant killer liquid close to these trails will improve control.

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67 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Keyster on June 10, 2009
Size: 2-Ounce
I had ants swarming my bedroom! They weren't coming from my brand new tightly sealed windows. They were coming from under my brand new carpeting near my brand new floor vents. Ugh!

We set out Terro liquid bait plastic containers all over the kitchen (on another floor, opposite side of the house) where they we really bad and not coming from windows as well. We went a little crazy and put 13 baits where 4 could have fed the whole colony.

I didn't want the liquid filled containers in my bedroom. I imagined it spilling all over the carpet for some reason. Instead we used the 2.oz. bottled Terro to put a dime size drip on little cardboards that the box provides from it's outer packaging. Then we got in bed, praying it would help. We turned on the TV, found the channel we wanted, and then glanced back at the cardboard box swarmed with six ants already. That never happens with Combat or Raid! They were going insane like it was water in a desert! So I got up and put two more cardboards out.

The next day, I was shocked. Maybe three were walking around lost. So I ran to the kitchen...ghost town. Where did they go? What happened to them all? And more importantly, where has this product been all my life???
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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Spuds on July 1, 2012
Size: 2-Ounce
We would have a problem with kitchen (Sugar?)ants. They would invade the kitchen a couple of times a year. I tried all the external baits but none worked. I didn't like using sprays around the kitchen. This product worked great and I have been using the same bottle for years.

The best thing to do is find where they are coming in the room. The closer the better so you will not see the ant lines going to the bait. You can then find an out of the way location to place the cardboard with the liquid bait on it. Ants will flock to this location, so I like to keep it out of site up high or down low. Just put it somewhere close to the line and they will find it. They will eat all of the bait rapidly so it is important to check it everyday and keep it fresh. My type of ant is usually gone within the week and when I first started using it, the ants had lines all over my kitchen but it took care all of them.

It is designed to let them live long enough to carry some back to the nest, so I usually find very few dead ants in the room so no clean up chores. Just throw the bait card away when they are gone and you are done.

I don't write many reviews, but this product really works well for me.

Highly recommended, easy, safe, and low mess.
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Lou Sipher on August 28, 2010
Size: 2-Ounce Verified Purchase
A few days after putting this out we no longer have an ant problem. I hope Terro never develops a Liquid Human Killer. We'd all be doomed.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Kristine Smith on May 9, 2014
Size: 2-Ounce
We were having a problem with the small black ants that appear in the spring right after the weather has begun to warm up a bit. I found this at the hardware store, and I'm glad I did - it has worked very well.
You must use it properly though - track the trail of ants back to its entry point - where they are coming into the building. Ours were coming in under a baseboard. Place the Terro near the ants' entrance. If you notice that the Terro is completely ringed with ants, set out another one next to it - you want as many ants as possible to be able to get to this stuff. You'll see a lot of ants showing up, trying to get at the Terro. Resist the urge to kill them or to do anything - just leave them alone. For this stuff to work, you need them to take it back to the nest to kill the Queen and the larvae. If you just kill the ants you see, you will not be able to solve the problem - you must kill the Queen. When I set it out, ants started going to it and drinking immediately. After 12 hours the Terro was swarmed, one of them was even gone completely so I added more to that square of cardboard (you tear squares of cardboard off the package and put the Terro on that. You could also use other cardboard or tin foil, just make sure it is easy for the ants to climb onto it). After 24 hours the swarm was gone, and there were only about 10 to 12 ants drinking the Terro on each square. After 36 hours there were about 3 to 4 ants drinking the Terro on each square. After 48 hours, I occasionally saw an ant coming up to drink. You should leave it out for a few days at least, because even though the majority of the ants will have been killed, new ones will still be hatching from the larvae left behind that weren't poisoned in time. Now, 60 hours later, I have only seen 2 ants all day.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Dan on April 22, 2009
Size: 2-Ounce
This is by far, the best way to get rid of those annoying household ants. I have had ants all over my house, mainly in the kitchen and bathroom on two floors for the past 8 years. I have tried buying Raid sprays and baits, but none of it worked. The ants also seem to avoid going into the baits. Finally, last summer, I decided to buy some Terro liquid ant killer, and it worked great! After a month, there were no more ants. Since then, our house has been ant-free.

I also conducted a test between Terro's and Combat's products. Both are liquid types that you squeeze from a tube since our ants seem to avoid traps. At first, most of the ants swarmed over to Combat's liquid, but after an hour or so, they started to go to Terro's product. After another hour, I realized there were much more ants at Terro's products than at Combat's. I used roughly the same amount of solution from both products. Weeks later, I noticed that the ants were still heading to Terro's product, and avoided Combat's. Terro's liquid ant killer works great!
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