- Bundle includes 4 boxes of No Spill Ant Kill bait stations
- Our No Spill Ant Kill attracts and kills all common household ants (except carpenter ants, fire ants and harvester ants)
- Designed to allow worker ants to take the bait back to the nest and deliver it to the rest of the colony
- Kills the ants you see and ants in the nest
- Contains a naturally derived active ingredient (borax)
- Easy-to-use stations are activated simply by removing the sticker from the underside
- Ants walk on the bait’s surface without drowning, so more of them can feed at once
- Stations will not spill like liquid baits
- Unique, patented high moisture rigid gel formula (like gelatin)
- For indoor and outdoor use
- EPA-registered product
- Recyclable packaging
- Available in packs of 6 x 0.25 oz bait stations
Bundle Savings = 12.5%
Active Ingredients: Sodium Tetraborate Decahydrate (borax)
1. Turn station onto under side to show "Remove Before Use" sticker
2. Remove sticker
3. Ant entrance and exit hole is now exposed
4. Place station with hole side down
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Please follow our easy to use No Spill Ant Kill Instructions listed below.
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.
Kills: Ants (except carpenter ants, fire ants and harvester ants)
For Use in and Around: Homes, apartments, storage areas, food processing plants, and mobile homes.
Ant Control and Elimination: Ants will initially feed in large numbers, but then disappear. No Spill Ant Kill is designed to allow worker ants to take the product back to the nest and deliver it to the rest of the colony. Monitor the bait placements and ensure there is always a fresh supply of No Spill Ant Kill at each placement. Indoor Use: Place activated stations where ants are seen and in areas inaccessible to children and pets. Ants often trail along structural edges and will seek out moisture and food. Bait around sinks, tubs, window sills, under food cabinets, around floor edges and in corners. Often, invading ants nest outdoors. It will help to bait outside, close to where ants are found entering the structure. Ants normally follow specific trails from the nest to food or water. Placing No Spill Ant Kill stations close to these trails will improve control.
Outdoor Baiting: Locate areas around the building where ants are seen trailing. Apply No Spill Ant Kill in areas inaccessible to children and pets. For a perimeter defense system, place bait stations near the foundation or where ant trails are found. Spacing the bait stations every 5 to 10 feet around the perimeter will provide the best results. Check the bait stations regularly for activity. Remember ants will feed on No Spill Ant Kill and carry the bait back to the rest of the colony. Heavy infestations may require several bait placement refills.
Outdoor Use Environmental Hazards: Do not apply directly to water, or to areas where surface water is present or to intertidal areas below the mean high-water mark. Do not contaminate water when disposing of equipment washwaters or rinsate.
No Spill Ant Kill Bait Stations Bundle
A long time ago, as my neighbor was spraying some powder in her backyard on fireant mounds, without thinking, I told her: "These ants they move around." She then said: "That's what they do, they move." Many years later, I find out that that's true, in a different way. For several years, my home was invaded by the "little black ants", especially when the weather turned cold! I have a lot of respect for these little buggers! Eventually, some would find sources of open food somewhere in the pantry, and then they came in waves, merrily! At first, I saw them crawling in formation outside but decided they were just harmless. But then, after a few years of these "invasions", I said that's it! This bait worked but very slowly (a few days)! I had several clans taken refuge inside the walls. After feeding, some would stay inside the baits, but most would crawl back to the nests. Some would linger about the bait, but they would die eventually. The long term impact is remained to be seen. It has been around a month. Back to my neighbor's comment, I'd come to a conclusion: What do these little buggers do? They crawl!
its amazing to watch the ants feasting on this bait..i put out 2-3 as i have LOTS of sugar ants..my only problem is how to tell when bait is empty...i just watch & when they stop going into it..i put another bait out & they swarm it...this has been going on for over a month...wondering when the end will come....
No spill No ants
I am so happy to tell you how pleased I am with your product. I was skeptical the first time we tried them but once we contacted you they worked absolutely terrific. We had been struggling with ants for weeks and I was about to go crazy. Once I was patient and didn't expect immediate results they worked. We have not had a problem since then. Thank you so much I will be recomeding these ant traps to everyone with a problem.
Works great killing ants!
I've used many things and so far Maggie's has worked the best for me!