TERRO PreFilled Liquid Ant Killer II Baits 6 Pack T300

March 30, 2015 - Comment

Ready to use liquid ant bait stations for controlling of sweet eating ants. Prefilled for no drips or mess. Ants carry the Terro back to the nest where it destroys the entire colony. Each box contains 6 baits. Product Features Convenient, ready-to-use bait stations with fast-acting formula Liquid ant killer bait station kills all common

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Ready to use liquid ant bait stations for controlling of sweet eating ants. Prefilled for no drips or mess. Ants carry the Terro back to the nest where it destroys the entire colony. Each box contains 6 baits.

Product Features

  • Convenient, ready-to-use bait stations with fast-acting formula
  • Liquid ant killer bait station kills all common household ants
  • No drips, spills or mess; for indoor and outdoor use. Place baits near ant trails or where ants are numerous. Use all six baits to enure sufficient supply for the ants.
  • Patented design eliminates handling of chemicals and prevents bait from drying out
  • Contains borax

Comments

Boom says:

Little Jonestowns for Ants After a frustrating week with Raid and Hotshot ant baits (in the end, i opened them carefully and the bait cakes were utterly untouched!), I tracked down this product at a select Walgreens. We cracked two traps and it was like free beer and pizza for ants. I really enjoyed watching them line up to imbibe deeply the rich toxic borate brew. And then scurry, nay stagger, back to their nest to share their plunder with their unsuspecting siblings and the mother queen. Yes, drink my friends. Drink…

Anonymous says:

*please read my updates belowJUNE 20, 2013:About a month ago I noticed a couple of ants here and there in my bathroom, undoubtedly attracted to the moisture. I’d smash them and get on with my day. There were too few for me to care–maybe 2 or 3 a day. But it was everyday, so I got some Boric Acid powder and sprinkled it along the baseboards. When ants crawl over the boric acid, it sticks to their legs, and then when they clean their mouths with their legs, they accidentally ingest some…

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