Thursday, May 7, 2009

Terro Ant Killer... Update.

~Terro Ant Killer~

So far, so good.

Terro Ant Killer is inexpensive {very} and no sitings since putting it out.

I pass on this information in the event that these little critters make their way into your home this spring.

I'm going to wait a few days before I call this a success.

Read all about Terro here.


  1. I hope I never need it, but good to know...

  2. Thank you Debra for sharing the information.

  3. Lecia~ I hope you don't need it either. The little guys are not welcomed visitors!

    P.F.~ I just hope it works! I just finished my spring cleaning and now I'm cleaning everything all over again...just to be safe!

  4. I heard that if you draw a line in chalk they won´t cross it.... P.S. Last Chance Harvey has just gotten here- should I see it in Spanish?...:) Happy weekend!

  5. Oh you are too funny, sharing ant killer, now that really is far too generous.... now please draw some ants having a party at your house or doing something clever!

  6. So far- the ants are attracted to the droplets of Terro. They eat and stay there until's discusting! Then they go 'home' and spread the cheer and die...I HOPE!
    I feel as though I have earned my PhD. in ants today. Questions? I may just have all of the answers!

  7. Yay! Glad your problem is going away :)

  8. Crickets.
    We always have crickets.
    Every Spring.

  9. Debra, last year our beach rental had a horrible ant problem that was driving me insane. I bought these plastic small spikes that you stick in the ground around the periphery of your home from Harris Teeters. They worked like magic. Nary an ant the rest of the summer!


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