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Doff Ant Killer 400g of powder for £1.49 @ B&M Stores.
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Doff Ant Killer 400g of powder for £1.49 @ B&M Stores.

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It's ant season again, and ant powder in most places seems to be about £3 for 300g, so 400g for £1.50 in B&M seems a good price to me.

I used all ours up the other day, as we had a swam of flying ants in the front room, I found out they'd used the dual shotgun sky satellite cable as a thoroughfare, so I'm off to finish off wiping out their nest in the back garden.
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brands922/07/2019 16:55

Maybe you should have moved house 😁


Did think about it when I saw all those ants climbing up the window, but if there's two things I hate more than ants, it is estate agents and solicitors, and they don't make powder to deal with them
Don’t kill the ants
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Don’t kill the ants
Bought this the other day. Gave it a squeeze and the nozzle cap came off and half the powder came out. Rubbish.
Sparco22/07/2019 16:15

Bought this the other day. Gave it a squeeze and the nozzle cap came off …Bought this the other day. Gave it a squeeze and the nozzle cap came off and half the powder came out. Rubbish.


Not had any trouble with the new one of mine, but I'll make sure the nozzle cap is fully inserted when I start the second one, so thanks for the tip. The new bottles also look identical to the ones i used up the other day that I bought last year, had to give those a good shake as the powder had settled into a lump, but those were otherwise fine too.
brands922/07/2019 15:57

Don’t kill the ants


I'd rather kill them when they leave the nest outside, than have to vacuum hundreds of them up in my home, killing them anyway.
melted22/07/2019 16:47

I'd rather kill them when they leave the nest outside, than have to vacuum …I'd rather kill them when they leave the nest outside, than have to vacuum hundreds of them up in my home, killing them anyway.


Maybe you should have moved house 😁
brands922/07/2019 16:55

Maybe you should have moved house 😁


Did think about it when I saw all those ants climbing up the window, but if there's two things I hate more than ants, it is estate agents and solicitors, and they don't make powder to deal with them
Just watching the ants with wings leaving the nest now. Plenty of seagulls flying around above...
melted22/07/2019 17:01

Did think about it when I saw all those ants climbing up the window, but …Did think about it when I saw all those ants climbing up the window, but if there's two things I hate more than ants, it is estate agents and solicitors, and they don't make powder to deal with them


Hmmm...anti estate agents and solicitors powder...
-ricin!
You can use ant powder on nests in your lawn and it doesn't harm the grass at all.
Do they do Dec killer too? 😜
Recently and suddenly overrun by flying and crawling ants outside my kitchen window with two nests in the patio paving joints which seem to have come from nowhere in a matter of a couple of days, as a trial method I tried salt which was suggested online - pennies for a 500g pack and barely any signs of life within a few hours!

Still lifeless a few days later.

I was amazed, these homespun remedies rarely seem to do much
I use Antstop so it kills the nest rather than just the surface. Alternatively YouTube has borax and caster sugar to do the same thing as antstop.

Nippon gel also....
melted22/07/2019 17:01

Did think about it when I saw all those ants climbing up the window, but …Did think about it when I saw all those ants climbing up the window, but if there's two things I hate more than ants, it is estate agents and solicitors, and they don't make powder to deal with them


I'm the same but I would have put Solicitors first ahead of the crooked estate agents. I've powdered a few estate agents and solicitors (legally) myself. I still have the annual breakout of flying ants under the kitchen flagstones after 20 years of powdering and spraying them. They don't stay very long and are very inept flyers.
You can use this to kill wasp nests also.
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 22nd Jul
Prefer molten metal.
They also sell this stuff at Poundland, but it might be a slightly smaller bottle.
Just use flour
melted25/07/2019 22:31

I don't want to feed them!


Ha! Ants breathe through their skin, the powder suffocates them..as does flour
snollygoster725/07/2019 22:55

Ha! Ants breathe through their skin, the powder suffocates them..as does …Ha! Ants breathe through their skin, the powder suffocates them..as does flour


Ant powder contains insecticide, in this case Permethrin, toxic to insects and fish.

They'd eat flour, and I doubt flour would be anything like fine enough to suffocate an insect, besides you can get tiny mites that live in flour.
melted25/07/2019 23:33

Ant powder contains insecticide, in this case Permethrin, toxic to insects …Ant powder contains insecticide, in this case Permethrin, toxic to insects and fish.They'd eat flour, and I doubt flour would be anything like fine enough to suffocate an insect, besides you can get tiny mites that live in flour.


Try it. It works
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