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Re: Ants in the ceiling


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Posted by Cliff on 11:28:27 5/26/2011 from 75.99.204.59:

In reply to: Re: Ants in the ceiling posted by John Fasoldt on 5:36:08 5/26/2011 from 98.110.81.72:

Hi John,

I suppose they could be inside trying to get out. It's hard to tell because I can't seem to see where they are actually coming from. I do notice I get an attack of them on warm days around 3-5 PM. I run around with tissue crushing as many as I can. The first batch of swarmer ants originally came from the ceiling fixture and in-between the tongue/groove ceiling slats but I treated that with the Phantom spray and have not seen them there anymore. The only thing I can say for sure is that this seems to be a hard problem to solve...sigh. I had a swarmer land on my leg the other day and no longer feel relaxed in my own home. Thank you though for all your advise thus far.

Cliff



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