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How to Get Rid of Invasive Ants in Your Home Permanently — Black Carpenter and More

In this video I share with you how you can get rid of ant infestations permanently (nest and all) using ant baits. You can successful rid your home of these damaging and invasive insects without using harmful spray pesticides and a lot less expensively than using an exterminator. This has worked for me and I know it can work for you. So whether you have the tiny ones or the big black carpenter ants, including those with wings, these will work for you if you follow my recommendation for usage.Please remember to subscribe because I have so much more to come; something helpful and of interest to everyone. Thanks so much for viewing! To purchase a YouTips4U custom-designed T-Shirt please click here: cgi.ebay.com To visit me at my blogspot, please click here: www.youtips4u.blogspot.com

How to Remove Cotton from Old Test Tubes – AntsCanada Tutorial #3

A tutorial on how to remove cotton from old test tubes used to house your queens and starting colonies, because we know you all have had this problem at one point or another! Visit www.AntsCanada.com for all your ant goodies and all original formicaria for the loving care of your pet ants! Join us at THE ULTIMATE ANTS & MYRMECOLOGY Facebook Group and connect to serious Ant Keepers from around the world www.facebook.com

Fire ants!?

i have fire ants in my yard and someone messed with there home or what ever….lol so no they are going crazy.. i saw little white eggs (i guess thats what they wer) but i was wondering if anybody knew of any websites to look up fire ants ’cause i wanna learn a little bit about them. i know this sounds dumb ut im just really curious.
Thanks

Carpenter Ant Explosion

Take a look at this video showing how carpenter ants can get into the various places in your house and cause alot of devistation.

A colony and a satellite colony of Black Carpenter ants infesting a living room home. This type of ant infestation normally takes years to develop. Carpenter ant colonies are very difficult to find in homes and if the infestation is left neglected you could have thousands of dollars worth of damage to your home. You can find more information on Carpenter Ants and other infestations at www.infestation.ca