Well, we just got back from the beach and guess what! Ants, ants, and more ants! We carry a can of raid and that helped a bit outside but really only slowed them down.
By day two, my wife was going crazy. Ants had taken over the trailer, up and down the wall, in the cabinets, drawers, you name it.
I went down to Ace Hardware and picked up this liquid product. It gives you little pads to put down these drops of liquid in the major paths the ants travel. We had our g/kids with us so we needed to use caution with any poison.
After laying out this stuff, we later went to bed. My wife had earlier used Windex to kill the ones she could but it wasn't going to solve the problem.
In the morning, not a trace of any ants. After sucking up some of this and heading back to their home, the trailer was virtually free of ants.
I'm keeping the rest of this bottle in the trailer for future issues. It was amazing stuff.
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