Liquid Ant Baits

Liquid Ant Baits

While ants have been known to ruin a picnic or two, an ant infestation can cause major headaches for homeowners as well. Liquid ant baits work by attracting foraging ants with an enticingly sweet liquid. Upon ingesting, the workers ants leaves a pheromone trail back to the colony to lead more ants back to the food source they’ve discovered. The borax in the bait kills the ants slowly, giving other ants in the colony plenty of time to find and ingest the bait. With indoor and outdoor baits available, TERRO® liquid ant bait stations will help to eliminate the ants you see and the ants you don’t see.

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Check Out These Helpful Resources on Ant Baiting:

Baiting is one of the most effective ways to target the ants you do see, as well as the ants you don't see. Not sure how baiting works or where to get started? The experts at TERRO® have a variety of helpful resources to guide you through the basics of ant baiting. Find out whether liquid baits are the right solution for your ants problems.

  • Cleaning Spilled Ant Bait – If you’ve spilled the bait from inside your TERRO® Liquid Ant Bait station, don’t worry. Cleaning up spilled ant bait is easy, even if it gels or solidifies after exposure to the air. Check out this article to find out how.

  • Does Liquid Bait Expire? – Are you wondering about the ant bait that’s been sitting on your shelves for a while? Check out this article from the experts at TERRO® to learn about the shelf life of our liquid baits.

  • Liquid Bait and Carpenter Ants – Are you looking for a solution to the carpenter ant problem plaguing your home? Read this helpful article to learn about the effectiveness of liquid ant baits against these destructive pests.

  • All About Ant Control – The first step to getting rid of your ant problem is understanding the wide variety of control options available. Our comprehensive guide will walk you through the most common methods for controlling your infestation.



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