MyJt7: I bought combat source kill max ant baits....and the ants just ignored it.
So I researched what works and came across Terro...ordered some, and wow
does it work great. You can see it work fast.
Harate San: I've used the plastic traps to kill a colony invading through a window sill
and also use them as defenses at doorway entrances to the home. Incredible
R Reddington: For some reason, the terro isnt working in my house. I used to have ants in
both my kitchen and 2 bathrooms and across the corners of my hallway. Then
i bought terro and placed them in the bathroom because that is where i saw
most of the ants. Then within 2 days, i had no ants in my kitchen or
hallways, which was good. They all seemed to focus on the bathrooms. But
now its been like 1 month and they still keep coming. Am i doing something
wrong ? Also, i the ants have been coming in small groups UNTIL last night
where i noticed there was a whole army of them. It was full near the bait.
I'd say maybe about 100 or so. Is the bait going to work now ? Or what ?
Any advice ? Because i seriously cant take them anymore !
Jerod Overfield: I have dogs in my house is this poisonous to dogs? Is 1 of the reason I
don't buy at traps because of the dogs ate them in the pass and had to take
them to the vet to get the stomach pop.
wickedout2010: This stuff works amazingly! Thanks Terro!
Carlo D: Amazing product. Always recommend. I've used this when I was in the east
coast USA with Argentina ants and boy did it control the ants. One thing I
found most difficult about the product is, how tempting it is not to kill
the ants myself!
webrik33: Your products are awesome! I use them inside and outside. Please tell LOWES
in Bryant AR to start carrying your outdoor traps again!
Try Truth: Terro liquid bait works great. I was inundated with ants a couple of
months ago. I got some Terro at Home Depot for $4, and, within about 24
hours, all the ants were gone - and they haven't come back. Hint: Use a
piece of thick paper or cardboard to capture more ants at one time.
Rachel z: I have a question regarding the disposal of the ant poison. I used the
product it worked great the ants are gone but I still have some product
left in the container. Is this safe to dispose of in the trash?
rickernv: Should be re-labeled Ant Food, not Ant Killer! Had used my own borax/sugar
recipe and had reduced the ant population considerably but couldn't seem to
get the last few dozen ants. Thought I would try this product as it seemed
to get generally good reviews. Within a few days the ant population seemed
to increase and now, after using this product for nearly 6 weeks, I have
10x as many ants as I had while using the home remedy. Off to the store to
return this product and probably back to the home recipe.
michaelbzr: I am a first time user and found that the ants loved the liquid, which I
placed in the cap of a medicine bottle, so much that eventually the
enormous breeder ants came to the kitchen and were being fed by the smaller
ants. The key is not to be freaked out by all the ants which appear over a
short period of time. I haven't seen another ant in the house. I have also
set up bait outside the house and can watch the ants follow the trail to
Mike Dunham: Since I applied this Terro stuff 4 days ago the ants have grown stronger. I
have more ants now than ever. Hopefully this stuff will work even though it
appears to be having the opposite effect.
Kathryn Myers: Is this safe to use with pets? I have a cat.
Al Schmitt: make your own. ±5% borax. [i bought a few ounces in a little jar at the
drugstore. ±$3 the borax will last me for many years] ±40% honey [or
sugar] the rest warm water. mix & shake, to dissolve the white
powder. i use a small plastic squeeze bottle. put out only a few
drops where they're walking, & replenish it when it's getting low.
they eat it & carry some back to the nest. everybody's dead within ±3
Jerry Scotti: does this product work on carpenter ant?
hiram partible: So after several days and you dont see anymore ants, where did they all go?
Are they dead?
snowkap69: if the liquid comes out of the liquid bait trap when i set it down what
should i do? the ants are just gathering under it but by the liquid.
Courtney: I've never had an ant problem before, so I was surprised when I saw so many
in my kitchen. I've never heard of Terro before, and when I looked online
for the best ant killers, Terro was all over the internet. I just got the
plastic trays today, and it didn't take long at all for the ants to find
it. I knew I had a lot of ants, but I could not believe the huge line of
ants swarming to the bait. Not only does this stuff start working fast, but
you also get to see where they're coming from. Hopefully in a few days
they'll all be gone
Dosflamingos: Just bought the liquid bait, we will see how it goes...
Bobby Williams: Are the ants supposed to drown in it?
Dee killa: i have three of them in my house right now. The small ants don't eat it.
The crawl in the traps and get stuck. I even poured it out in an aluminum
pan on drops. some come some don't but it doesn't seem to have colony
Jason Towne: Need some tips, I had two baits set out in the kitchen, it's been ant
genocide in my kitchen but there seems to be no end to the ants. It's been
about a week and a half, I have no clue where there coming from except they
look like like they live in the countertop. I gave in and killed the mass
throng yesterday. I'll put out two more traps. Some tips would be nice.
Trey Matt: I didn't know there were different types of ant bait - protein vs sugar. I
had bought the Raid protein baits and the ants just passed it by. I set up
one of these Terror liquid baits and the ants swarmed to it.
Lou Garcia: Stew, the liquid drops worked great for years. We would get ants on the
window sill in the kitchen about every third year. This year however, this
stuff is not working. It's been two months. They eat it and keep coming
back for more. I bought new bottles this year, so I don't know if this new
batch is less effective than before or the ants are becoming immune to the
sweet poison. Any suggestions? I really don't want to lose faith in this
product after so many years of success with it.
DHeart335: I have 2 species of small ants in my kitchen here on the eastern shore of
MD. They are driving me crazy! I buy cereal and, BOOM, they get into the
bag and are all over the cereal and they are all over my counter tops. I
will follow this guys directions with Terro and see what happens. Will
post back after a few months and let u know how it worked out.
Deathless2288: This stuff works very well, I recommend it
jkready111: One mean product it is. Absolutely destroyed a colony that once lived under
my kitchen counter top.
Ignatius Grippa: Tried the liquid bait. Killed tons of ants in first 3 days. A bunch
remained but mostly avoided the bait. Put out new traps but no interest.
Had a new surge 2 weeks later. Same pattern.
aznboi1214: some good crap! hot shot doesnt come close
Don Jenkins: I purchased and started using the T100 1 oz. bottle 19days ago, with 10
stations baited, and they just keep eating it, I keep refilling when empty.
They seem to taper off in quantity then 3 days later another surge. They
keep eating but they haven't stopped coming back, any comments would be
helpful. When will the process be complete?
OZOBIEUSA1: Good video! I just watched another video on the same topic,and the guy
never mentioned what to do with the stakes. He said to throw them aside for
Are the outdoor traps pet friendly if you use them in the house??
So far I haven't seen much ant activity in my house, however I notice them
in the porch area outside. I have a brick style porch. I was using the
indoor traps prior to watching your video. I was placing them outside on
the porch, and I've avoided rain. I also noticed a trail of dead ants
outside, which I hope was a good sign? I was unaware of the outside traps
until now. But I was curious if i could put one inside my house, by the
front door without harming the dog and cat?? The trap appears pretty
protected by the looks of your video. I'm just looking for a good product.
Winnie Wang: I saw this video yesterday and go to lowes buy one. I put the gel on the
table when i got home, oooooo, it's really work. I didn't see a lot ants at
home before, sometime one or two. But after i put this thing, wow, a lot
ants came out. a lot , a lot, i never saw before at home. Thanks for share
sushilander: biggest prob areas: 2 b-rooms (shower, around toilet, sink & even ceiling).
took 2-3 mos and a bunch of "rounds" to kill them all (ea round, 100's
would "feed" at liquid, then after 1 week disappear, only to re-appear
within another week. i think they were takin it "home", killed a bunch, but
so many that colony recovered. little by little i cut numbers until last
ones died. either that or multiple colonies. don't use too much
liquid...they won't eat it after it dries...so you just wasted it.
vinylsoup: I think this stuff is just ant food, the more you put the more ants you
have....they love it
robo mantis: Any baits that work of carpenter ants?
kirbyman1kanden7pf: superb product.
eliluong: i love this liquid ant bait. i used to use some of this combat liquid gel
that comes in a little syringe, but i couldn't find it in any store again.
so i found these. i just put two of them out, i hope they die soon so they
stop biting my toes in my room when i'm trying to study >:(
ANeonTiger: @thephilwells ROFL
orlock20: Lowe's sells it, well they sell out of it. I went to get some and the store
was out, but the space for the competitors was completely full. So not only
do the local ants love this stuff, so does the local consumers.
Phil Wells: Antfghanistan?
randburk: I used Raid ant bait. The ants multiplied - probably because they loved
eating the Raid crap.... CRAP is right ... RAID sucks ! THEN, I got some
Terro, put it out, went out of town for two days, and when I came back....
NO ANTS !!!! THIS STUFF IS GREAT !!!!!!!!!!!
Victoria Ong: I currently have an ant problem and I found out that it was from the
uplifted carpet and floor in my apartment near the screen door to the
patio. Anyways, I vacuumed around the area first and then put the liquid
bait right by the ants. They didn't see interested in it, so I poured a
little bit of the stuff into the crevice between the carpet and wall, and
like 5 minutes later, a colony has arrived! I hope it wasn't a stupid idea
to lure them that way.
Nippelwulf: @RandomConcepts Wow, that sounds like quite a large colony. I would just
get the bottle and make lots of little stations around where they come in.
Empty your trash often too, decaying food attracts them (especially snack
foods and sweets).
hauntedscarecrowmurd: I'm going to miss this daily aunt war...i was squirting them with lysol
cleaner with bleach but only when I caught them in the open on kitchen or
bathoom floor...(they loved empty soda cans in my trash...now I rinse cans
out before tossing)
bonnieyode: How long do I have to wait?
Jasmine Shafley: dude if it works i totaly need it.. i got a biiiiig ant problem... they
just appear as soon as we get warm weather there are just hundreds
Caped Crusader: Finally I found an ant bait that works. I tried Grants and all the rest
with no results. Seems like the ants didn't like the bait. This stuff
though...is a real killer.
TheSonjaxfactor: lol...you are insane!
Yazin Aziz: That's why it's called a BAIT. Give it a few days and all ants will
Holiday: We don\t make alot, but our group do get to travel frequently. Just this year we went to Bangkok to get pictures and their holiday schedules. We are still in a growing phrase so best we can aim for is break even. I think everyone have to overcome the same type of challenge when starting something new. Don\t give up!