Homemade Fire Ant Killer Recipe

Ant's Bite
Fire Ant” other name of Pain. Almost everyone has experience of fire ant's bite. Their venom make pain like fire burn. Sometimes they become problem in our life. They biite our kids, destroy our garden, damage our grains, and even our furniture. Many of us use chemical baits for controlling those devils. But, chemical baits are not good for our nature, atmosphere, and ECO system.

For this we need to know homemade fire ant killer recipe. Today I will introduce you with some good homemade techniques for controlling fire ants.


Stain remover

Is stain remover work for controlling fire ant!!!!!!!!Yes, stain remover works for controlling those insects. Because it contains “BORAX”. Borax is a powerful product which is very much capable of controlling ants. So, you should go to your laundry room at first after identifying ants attack in your house for finding stain remover and directly spray on them. It will help you controlling them dramatically.


Boric acid and Sugar

Yes, again I am telling you to use boric acid for controlling fire ants. This is a good handmade product, is used for controlling fire ants. The recipe is, ½ or 1 tablespoon of boric acid, 6 tablespoon of sugar, and 1 cup of water. Dissolve boric acid and sugar in water as describe above, and then soak some cotton balls in it. Then spread those balls around the infested areas. After one or two days you will see the difference by your own eyes.


Mint Plant

Mint plants help controlling fire ants. If you have fire ants in your garden then plant mint into the garden. Mint will get them out from your garden.


Karo Syrup And 20 Mule Team Borax

Yes, 90% karo syrup and about 10%, 20 mule team borax is an effective homemade fire ant killer recipe. People use this for controlling house ants. Boil and shake until 100% dissolve, and then spray around the infested area.


Dish Washing Soap

One gallon of hot water and one teaspoon of dishwashing soap mixture is also a good product of controlling fire ants. This homemade recipe is good for controlling ants. Make that mixture and pour into the nest of ants. You will see the difference.

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  5. This is a great homemade fire ant killer recipe. It is something that is simple to make, but should be able to work rather well. Now people will not have to deal with fire ants in their homes, or getting bit by them. I've been bitten by some before, and let me tell you, it is not fun at all.
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  6. Thank you very much for providing this recipe to get rid of fire ants. It seems like my property is just swarming with them and I have bites all over me. This pest control advice that you provided was very helpful. I'll be sure to remember it.

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  8. So helpful! Thank you for sharing. Personally, I think the gallon of hot water and the teaspoon of dish washing soap is one of the easiest remedies for this situation.

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  16. Thanks for this information about getting rid of ants! My daughter was in the backyard the other day, and when she came in I noticed these strange red welts on her leg - just like on yours! I've had to keep her out of the back yard until we could spray, and she really hasn't liked that. These are some great pest control ideas, and she's going to be so happy when she can go outside and play again!

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  17. Your picture of the ant bites looks painful. Getting rid of pests like Fire ants in your home, I agree is essential. That is nice to know that Boric acid and sugar are both ways that you can get rid of Fire ants. Thanks for the information on pest control I'll have to test out one of the methods you suggested to get rid of Fire ants.


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Homemade Fire Ant Killer Recipe

Ant's Bite “ Fire Ant ” other name of Pain. Almost everyone has experience of fire ant's bite. Their venom make pain like fir...