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I'm looking for something called "Ant-Kil", made by I think PROTEXALL, for grease eating ants. The damn thing is the only thing that gets rid of sugar ants. Those beyotches go all the way from ouside to the 4th floor through the damn balcony into my kitchen! They don't sell that stuff anymore here. Anybody know or heard of this product? I need to buy a few bottles.
Edit.... Yea it's called PROTEXALL "ANT-KIL", EPA number 00497200008, contains sodium arsenate.
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Get vinegar, dilute some into a spray bottle, go around the edges of doors, windows, etc and spray/mist.
All ants stay away from vinegar for whatever reason. Do you plan on buying ant killer and going around the building looking for the ant hills? I have to kill the massive hills around the foundation of my house every spring, we get swarmed with ants.
The idea of Ant-Kil is that it does not kill ants right away. Those sons of a bishes eat that food and take it to the queen. She eats Ant-Kil and dies. When queen dies the colony can not function and dies within days. New colonies will move in, so you have to keep feeding them. The bottle is really small one, and all you do is put a tiny dot of the stuff where ants walk so they eat it.
Nothing else comes close to this product. I done a treatment on Wednesday night and by Friday no ants walking in my appartment or anywhere near my side of the building.
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