Sugar & Borax as Ant Bait

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Sugar and borax make great bait for those pesky ants that won't seem to go away. Use sugar and borax as ant bait with help from the operator of a pest control business in this free video clip.

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Hi, this is Silas Hoover with South Florida Pest Control. Today, we are going to learn how to use boric acid and sugar as an ant bait. First, I'm going to take some peanut butter. Place the peanut butter in a mixing bowl. Follow with a tablespoon of sugar. And without using a measuring device go about a teaspoon of boric acid. Once you have that mixture put it together using the peanut butter. Once you have the mixture fairly clumped together with the peanut butter you are going to take a straw. And with the straw on the peanut butter you are going to slowly pack the bait mixture into the straw. Continue this action until all of the bait is taken up into the straw. As you can see that with each push more bait goes up into the straw. Once you have the straw filled with your bait you can then cut the straw into sections about an inch long. You can now place your bait stations throughout the house with no mess and get rid of your ants. This is Silas Hoover with South Florida Pest Control. Thanks again.

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