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Saturday, 5 November 2022

Dealing with ants in your home? Use this trick to make them disappear!

 Dealing with ants in your home? Use this trick to make them disappear!

Most people love summer, the weather warms up and spending time outside is so much fun. Sunshine and fresh air are great for us, but summer also brings its drawbacks. One problem that many people face during the summer months is insects. They seem to come out of nowhere and can be really annoying. Ants in particular can be a real nuisance as they are very attracted to leftover food.

This attraction causes seemingly endless colonies of ants that regularly invade your garden, your balcony or even your kitchen. Although ants are small and harmless, they are certainly not particularly healthy and are very unpleasant to include in your diet. Although there are many chemical pesticides available to combat this problem, using these products is not a particularly pleasant idea. No one wants to bombard their kitchen with chemicals just to get rid of some annoying ants. This is especially true if you have small children or pets. What if I told you that you can solve this problem with a simple trick and you only need ingredients that you already have in your home?

The stench of garbage is something that no one wants to have in or near their home. As a quick solution to this problem, you can use baking soda and regularly throw some of it into your trash. Another way to combat bad odor is to use a slightly cotton cloth soaked in essential oils. Just put it in the bottom of the bucket and it will help hide the unpleasant odor of the waste on hot summer days.

If you are still looking for a way to keep ants from taking over your kitchen, we have a list of some of the best ways to get rid of them!


One of the reasons ants are so annoying is their incredible sense of smell, which allows them to find food sources over great distances. Fortunately, this sense of smell is also a great tool to ensure they stay away. Ants hate the smell of cinnamon, which makes them surprisingly easy to keep away. All you have to do is mix some cinnamon oil in water and apply this mixture on the places where you have seen ants before. You can also place cinnamon sticks near windows or doors to prevent ants from entering your home. Alternatively, you can also use a more radical approach and spray the little buggers directly with a mixture of water and cinnamon oil.


Ants react very strongly to vinegar, making this inexpensive household item ideal when trying to get rid of them. The easiest way to use vinegar for this purpose is to make a mixture of water and vinegar and spray it directly on the ant colonies. You can also apply it on windows and doors. To make sure this method works, you need to apply the vinegar mixture regularly until the ants stop.


Borax, also known as sodium tetraborate, is used in many cleaning products as well as disinfectants. This colorless crystal salt can be purchased at pharmacies, some supermarkets, and home improvement stores. Simply dissolve two teaspoons of borax in a medium cup of warm water and add some sugar to the mixture. You will then need to soak small pieces of cotton wool in the liquid and place them in areas frequented by ants (such as windows, doors or kitchen tops). Sugar will attract ants, while sodium tetraborate will kill them.

If the ants problem persists, you can watch this video for more tips and tricks.

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