Do It Yourself Pest Control Spray for Ant Invansion
Ants can nest both inside and outside your property. Ants always work in colonies and are constantly in search of food to feed their colonies, if you notice an ant somewhere in your property, it is an indication that there may be many more around.
Mulch, plants, wood, water source, fruit bearing trees can attract ants to build nest outside your property and they may slowly invade inside your house when the weather conditions are not favorable outside.
Ants can just nest about anywhere but common nest locations to look for would be under concrete slabs, behind kitchen cabinets, in foundation walls, near window frames, inside wood fence.
Best way to treat ants is to search around your house looking carefully for nests and spot treat it using an insecticide to get rid of it.
If you are looking to use a professional insecticide, that you can use both inside and outside which is also low odor, Phantom Termicide insecticide would be our number one pick.
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Phantom kills termites by ingestion and contact. It is a powerful insecticide for ants and also roaches. It can be used in Inside houses, apartment or other residential structures, meat, poultry & egg processing & packaging plants.
Food service, manufacturing and processing establishment such as restaurants, cafeterias, supermarkets, mills, processing plants, bakeries, breweries, dairies, meat slaughtering and packing plants and canneries.
Commercial, institutional, and warehousing establishment includes schools, groceries and supermarkets, restaurants, and cafeterias, hotel and motel, hospitals and nursing homes, warehouses and industrial buildings, laboratories, zoos, pet shops, computer facilities and sewers.
Directions to use Phantom below:
- You will need a pump sprayer
- Fill the sprayer with one gallon of water
- Measure 1.5 fl OZ of Phantom and pour it into the sprayer
- Look for ant trails and nest inside and outside the house.
- Spot treat using the spray
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