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- 12 bait stations included
- Kills all common household ants
- Pre-filled, ready-to-use bait stations
- Patented design prevents bait from drying out
- Attracts ants fast
- Contains Borax
- Place baits near ant trails or where ants are numerous
- Use all six baits to ensure sufficient supply for the ants
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TERRO Liquid Ant Baits
Ants can be a problem anywhere – in the home, at work and everywhere in between. To kill common household ants, place TERRO Liquid Ant Baits in areas where they attract foraging ants that take the bait back to the nest. As the bait circulates through the colony, it kills the ants you see and the ones you don’t. The new and improved snap-off tab makes the stations easy to use. To open the bait, hold the station vertically and twist the tab. This opens up the station and allows ants to access the bait. Place the entire station on a flat surface, keeping the ant bait inside the station. Plus, the closed bait stations prevent the bait from drying out to provide the ants with a continuous supply of liquid, day and night. Note: complete control may take up to two weeks.
How Liquid Ant Bait Works
Since this is a bait, initially you will see more ants – but don’t worry, this is a good thing. Why? As ants forage for food, they are easily attracted to the sweet, sugary liquid inside the bait stations. After finding the bait, worker ants consume it and leave behind a pheromone trail leading back to the colony. This trail lets other worker ants know where the newly discovered food supply is. This is why you will see more ants in the beginning.
Meanwhile, the active ingredient, Borax, is slowly interfering with the ant’s digestive system, ultimately killing it, but leaving enough time for the ant to go back and share the dose with the rest of the colony. This slow kill is necessary so that foraging ants can make several trips to the bait. The communal nature of an ant colony allows the bait to be spread to hundreds, if not thousands, of individual ants.
How to Use Liquid Ant Baits
TERRO Liquid Ant Baits are very easy to use. Before placing the bait stations, be sure to remove other sources of food, such as crumbs, sugar and grease spots to prevent attracting ants elsewhere. Do not place bait where you’ve already sprayed insecticides, as the pests may avoid the bait stations.
- Hold the bait station firmly with bait pack tab facing up. Break off the tab being careful not to spill the bait.
- Place the bait station label side up on a flat surface near signs of ants. Place additional bait stations anywhere they may enter your home. For best results, use all bait stations to ensure a sufficient supply for the ants.
- Monitor placements regularly, but do not interfere with the pests or bait stations. Replace when bait is depleted. Complete control may take up to two weeks.
- Once ants are controlled, replace the baits every 3 months to keep them from returning.
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To kill common household ants, simply place TERRO Liquid Ant Baits stations near indoor areas where ants are spotted. Ants enter the trap, consume the liquid ant bait and return to the nest where they pass on the bait to the rest of the colony. TERRO Liquid Ant Baits are 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 . The liquid ant bait stations prevent the bait from drying out and provide the ants with a continuous supply of liquid, day and night. Monitor the baits regularly for activity, but do not interfere with the ants or baits. Replace with additional baits when the first set is depleted. Depending on the size of the ant infestation, complete control may take up to two weeks.
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1) Don’t keep food in the trash can (my dad’s recommendation)
2) Try to seal the deck door better - no ant sized spaces
3) Adopt an animal that eats ants
5) Declare war
I decided the last option was the most feasible. After a few Amazon clicks, and days awaiting the ammunition, the battle began.
Day 1 - The troops held strong
Day 2 - Still strong, but definitely moving slower
Day 3 - Delerium kicked in. The troops were scattered and uncoordinated.
Day 4,5 - Even more delirium and a significant amount of troops “retreated”
Day 6 - Only the strongest and bravest troops remained
Day 7 - One lone soilder. I took pity on him and gave him an honorable funeral.
They have not tried to attack since.
Do I feel bad? A little...
but they started it.
Immensely effective. 5/5 Stars. Obsessed with my newly found villain role and now have a sick hope of attracting a scavenging straggler from another colony so I can do it all over again.
Have not seen one single ant in my house since my last post. A good product for killing these sweet loving ants.
Before buying this I started with a little sugar and boric acid (8 to 1) mix on the floor to find out if "my" ants were after sweets or fat and where the trail led to so I could place the bait close to their entry point. They went after the sugar so I bought the Terro.
These ants are in the sweet eating phase and they just swarmed this stuff for about 5 days. After that, there seemed to be fewer and fewer until after about 2 weeks they were all gone. If you have, or think you have, a large colony be sure to get plenty and keep it fresh. I started with one pack but, added a second a couple days later and a third about 3 days after that so they had plenty of fresh goo.
Someone said "...this stuff is very sticky..." and, I can attest to that! I put it on a piece of aluminum foil with one edge held down with painter's tape so they had easy access and I had easy clean up. The Terro did the rest. I haven't seen an ant on my kitchen sink for well over three weeks and, living in, currently very hot, Southern California, which is one giant ant hill, at a time when they seem to like to come in looking for water and cool air, that's wonderful.
I know; this is going to really affect my Karma and I will probably be reincarnated as an ant. Also, my wife gives me sideways glances because of that sinister little laugh but, I just hate these little buggers for some reason and absolutely enjoy destroying large populations of them. Does that make me a bad person?
I thought I found another gap where they might have been getting in, so I plugged it with more expanding foam, and the problem seem to go away for a bit, but they were just laying low, formulating their next plan of attack. Ants started trickling out from beneath the carpet edge again, only this time I was done with that namby pamby gap filler. It was time to break out the big guns. I Googled "Best Ant Bait" and the first thing it pulled up was this product page for the Terro (which is only one "r" short of Terror--coincidence? I think not). I only needed to read a few of the reviews and I was convinced. I grabbed a box from a local hardware store (sorry, Amazon, even with Prime shipping, my problem was far too vexing to wait even one more hour), set them in all the strategic rendezvous points. Then I waited. It took a couple hours. And then the purge began . . .
I've used other ant baits before to limited success. Most just don't do a very good job at attracting the critters. It's like they're hip to the Raid jive. But the other reviews about this product do not lie. Never in my life have I seen the crack frenzy that soon began, when literally hundreds of ants started pouring into these traps. I could see them writhing around in orgasmic euphoria. I could hear them laughing and clinking their glasses and making awkward late night sexual propositions with complete strangers. It would be like if a giant chocolate cheesecake had fallen out of the sky right in front of me. I would probably act similarly, rolling around in it, gorging myself silly, completely unaware that God decided to save himself the trouble of flooding the planet to wipe out the human vermin and instead decided to rain down poison disguised as dessert. Noah 2.0, I am not.
Admittedly, I do feel a bit like God right now. It's been fun watching this microcosm of the apocalypse unfold with an aloof Mona Lisa grin on my face. I am a terrible God, but I am benevolent. These creatures died thinking they were having the best day of their lives, and that's better than most of us get in this crazy world.
Thank you, Terro. You are now my #1 choice for ant genocide.
UPDATE: 24 hours later -- Only a few stragglers remain. They're staggering around helplessly, their bodies undoubtedly full of their dead, poisoned comrades. The bait traps that were once full of ants are now empty. I don't care to imagine what happened to all of them, but since I'm a writer, I probably will. I saw a few ants in my downstairs bathroom and set one of the traps in there. A few ants became a few hundred. More death throes are commencing. LOOK ON MY WORKS, YE MIGHTY, AND DESPAIR!
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Reviewed in India on February 1, 2018
The product works but you have to place it in the right spots. I realized that there were 3 different species of ants in my apartment. The colonies were in the cracks behind kitchen tiles, lines of electrical wires in the wall and some behind bathroom sink fitting.
The ghost ants attacked the bait within an hour after I placed it next to their trail in the evening. At peak I saw hundreds of ants visiting and leaving bait station within couple of minutes. This continued overnight and then by following evening the count reduced to 1 any per hour and eventually within 30 hours I could see any ants.
For red ants and another species that was so dumb that they couldn’t find the entry to the bait on day 1, I had to soak an ear bud and leave it at the opening of the bait station. So next day I got rid of these ants as well.
The liquid had hardly depreciated in the pods so I placed a pod (with some liquid dripping outside the pod on cotton) in the balcony close to plants. There was a colony there that I didn’t know about, they showed up in 5 hours and disappeared the following day.
So I had to pick and place the bait stations around the house each day but it fit help me a lot. Some local pest control service had failed to get rid of these ants because they used a poison that worked only on contact.
At about 1200 rupees for a box of 6 bait stations I think the product is expensive but it definitely worked for me. They should have one option to buy a couple of bait stations for less. I did not even open the last 2 pods. So I think if the impact is in one room only people can use a pod after every 2-3 months and that will be a practical way to use it. If you have multiple ant colonies in different rooms then yes it will help to open 2 pods and see if more are needed.
Also I notice that it may work differently for different species of ants. By brother, who lives in the next building used one of my open bait stations in his kitchen. He had another species of bigger size (4 mm but definitely bulky looking) ants that died in the bait station itself. In my home, the bait station was clean as these smaller ants had died hopefully peacefully back in their colonies.
For first day, there were thousands of more ants than normal. All were for the bait(this product) and the very next day I was searching for even a single ant and never saw any.
If you're using this in Bangalore it worked for me.
Two weeks review: it works.