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Keep Ants Out With Petroleum Jelly

Got a major ant invasion going on? Tips.net notes that since ants find it nearly impossible to cross sticky substances, petroleum jelly makes an effective barrier when applied the cracks of your windows, on door jambs, and anywhere else you’ve noticed ants entering your home.

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We’ve covered several ways to get rid of ants over the years, including drawing chalk lines around your house. Petroleum jelly is an equally cheap alternative, and it’s often a case of testing methods until you find one that works for you.

What ant control methods have worked best for you? Let us know in the comments below.

Keep Ants Away with Petroleum Jelly [Tips.net]


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