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PIC Ant Killing Gel

PIC Ant Killing Gel Ants are attracted to and will feed on PIC Ant Killing Gel until they die. The ants will return to their nests after consuming the bait and will feed their young and the queen, thus destroying the colony.

Directions for Use:
Wash hands thoroughly before handling to remove any odors that may be repellent to ants, ie tobacco, garlic, strong chemicals/cleaners, etc.

To use PIC Ant Killing Gel for the control of ants or roaches, make small pea sized placements and/or thin lines in areas where ants are a problem. Long thin lines allow room for many ants to feed on the bait. Use 1 to 3 lines for each placement. Place baits where ants are trailing or have been seen. Place bait under food cabinets, sinks, stoves, refrigerators, food storage areas, attics, garages, basements, storage areas, closets, etc. Place on exterior windowsills and in doorways to help prevent entry of ants.

Repeat placement of the bait until satisfactory control has bee achieved.

Do not use sprays, foggers, or any strong chemicals or cleaners near the bait containers or placements. This may contaminate the bait and cause the insects to cease feeding.

Active Ingredients:
Disodium Octaborate Tetrahydrate6%
Inert Ingredients:94%

220501  PIC Ant Killing Gel (0.6#)    $4.95


PIC Ant Killing Gel is not registered for sale in the state of California.

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