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Maxforce Ant Bait Gel-Ant Poison,Ant Pest Control Products, Kill Ant, 4 tubes of 27 gram, Total 108 gram
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- Active Ingredient:Fipronil
- Target pests:This product controls a broad spectrum of ants: Argentine, Ghost, little black, Odorous House, and Pavement, Honey.
- Bait will remain effective for up to two weeks.
- Apply gel in spots in cracks and crevices. For best results, place many spots of dabs of gel where you see ants foraging and entering the structure
- The gel will stay attractive to ants for up to two weeks. Inspect gel placement and reapply as needed.
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|Item Dimensions||2 x 6 x 6 inches|
|Item Weight||0.45 pounds|
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|Item Dimensions||6 x 6 x 2 in||1.62 x 1.62 x 6.43 in||8.25 x 5.55 x 12.2 in||6.2 x 2.3 x 1.3 in||—||—|
|Item Weight||7.2 ounces||4.23 ounces||—||2.24 ounces||—||—|
|Size||4 27-Gram Tubes||—||jug(s) (4 lbs. each)||2 Pack||—||4-Pack|
Maxforce Ant Bait Gel is effective against Argentine, Odorous House, Ghost, Pavement, Cornfield, and Little Black Ants. Ants ,sugar antwill carry the bait back to the nest and destroy the colony. You will see fewer ants in 3-5 days. Maxforce Ant Bait Gel provides for the sugar feeding needs of ants. If the ants are foraging for protein as well, it is recommended that a protein-based bait be used in conjunction with the gel bait. Box of 4/ 27 gram tubes. Plastic plunger included.
Top customer reviews
It ain't necessarily cheap - but neither is a professional bug killer - and our HOA provides one of those, and whatever it is he puts down seems to not do anything for ants.
Once I had received it and before using it, I decided to put a little honey on a paper plate to attract the ants. It didn't take long before the plate was filled with ants. The form a nice circle all the way around the honey. Once they know there is a good food source, they let the rest of the colony know and soon there is a long line of ants working to eat the honey. Once the ants were filing to and from the honey, I simply removed the paper plate with honey and replaced it with a paper plate with the little pea sized drops of bait. Sure enough they started devouring the bait and the lines of ants continued. Well, within a couple of days - NO ANTS!
I then used it on an ant colony that was on my deck and in my garage. I had seen some people complain that ants walk right past the bait. I spent some time watching the ants and noticed that ants coming out of the colony are usually enroute to a destination but they are the most likely to stop at the bait. Once the message is passed on, most of the ants coming out of the colony will stop at the bait. However, ants coming back to the colony will walk right past the bait. In fact, I even tried dropping bait directly in front of returning ants and they went around it. I realized that this is because they have already collected food and supplies and don't have room for anything else. By spending a few minutes studying the ants, you can figure out relatively well where they are going and coming from. On my deck, I saw them on one side of the deck, but they were actually walking under the siding to the other side where their colony was. Once I found where they were entering an exiting, I placed quite a few pea sized blobs along their route. Once a few of them had found the bait, it wasn't long before all of the bait was being eaten. The nice thing with the bait is that it is a delayed reaction. The worker ants eat the bait gel and then take it back to the colony where they feed it to the rest of the ants including the queen. After a day or so, the entire colony has been feasting on the bait and that is when it takes effect and wipes out the whole colony.
My in-laws were complaining about ants so I repeated the process for them and it worked just as well. they also had tried a variety of typical store bought solutions but none of their solutions ever worked. A few days after the bait was left, the ants were finally gone.
Another complaint I read about was that the gel will come out as a liquid. I did find that happened sometimes, but it was not a problem. Actually, as you are pushing the material out of the tube, most of the time the consistency is gel like (sort of the consistency of a gel toothpaste), though at times it will come out more watery and thus be a little runny. On the positive side, the ants still ate the watery bait.
In all, I highly recommend this product if you are having difficulty with ants that like sweets. I read that there are also protein ants which will not eat this type of bait. However, there are other types of bait specifically for them but I have not tried them to know if they work or not.
worked for my ant problem. I began noticing a couple of carpenter ants
inside my house. Proceeded to read up online everything I could, then set
out to find them before choosing my weapon of choice. Well I examined my
home and property for signs and found two things. One, they were nesting
inside a cavity my japanese maple tree, and two they were feeding on
the nectar of my mimosa tree which had grown in such a way that it was
touching my roof in a couple of spots. Some more investigation led me
to find them entering the house via a hole around the cables where the
elecrical wiring enters, which is high up. I had my brother get up on
a ladder and unload one tube in and around the hole, and also had him
trim the mimosa way back so no more branches were near or on the roof.
Voila! I watched for awhile this weekend and see no more ants traveling
on the side of the house. Before I could stand there and watch them
coming from the roof back into the hole. Brother is going to be out
there sealing up the hole around that wiring. The cavity in the japanese maple tree
is going to require drione or something similar to it. Again, for what
I used this on it worked perfectly to eradicate the little pests.
Highly recommend it!