Get Rid Of Ants With This Simple Trick

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Here's how to get rid of ants the natural way.

Ants tend to be the common uninvited guests who seek food and shelter from the harsh outdoors, like erm, hello, you gotta pay rent man. Times are tough! There are only so many of them we can squish as there is usually a whole army of them hiding and making continuous appearances. Plus, have you ever noticed that killing ants actually leave your hands smelling freaky? Sure, pest control can help get rid of ants but it can be expensive.

If DIY is how you roll, try this homemade solution. All you need are these three simple household ingredients.

Get rid of ants with this DIY trick

get rid of ants
Try this DIY trick to get rid of ants.

Mix all these ingredients together:

– 1 cup of warm water

– 1/2 cup of sugar

– 2 tablespoons of Borax

Next, soak some cotton balls in this mixture and then place them wherever ants are commonly seen.

The sugar works as a lure tactic to attract ants, so don’t freak out when you see them coming out in droves to your lil “trap”.

Borax, while harmless to humans, is apparently quite deadly to ants. In a matter of days, your home will be ant-free! Not sure where to buy Borax? Try this shop here, they deliver internationally.

What a way to get rid of pests – it’s cheap, convenient and doesn’t make a mess.

What a pretty and harmless way to get rid of ants!

Try it and let us know how it goes…

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Written by Pamella Lim

Pamella Lim

Pamella is a writer who loves crafting her articles between midnight and 4am. Marathons of Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, Suits and recently, This Is Us, are among the factors that contribute to her topsy-turvy body clock, but she has no complains. Always in the pursuit of inspirational stories, the Liverpool FC fan in her strongly believes there's a golden sky at the end of every storm.

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