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Re: too early for ants?


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Posted by Penny6 on 18:18:19 4/10/2012 from 68.36.214.216:

In reply to: Re: too early for ants? posted by John Fasoldt on 19:14:31 4/8/2012 from 98.110.81.72:

Those scare tactics sure seem to work though! I would have gone for the treatment he offered if I had the money back then, that's how worked up I got after he was done explaining the "situation"!

Anyway, thanks for all your help John, it's appreciated greatly! I'll play the waiting game now! And on the plus side, the ants don't seem to leave the vicinity of their entry point, so no more ants in random areas of my house. On the downside they've gone from dragging out 1 or 2 dead bodies a day to about 10+ or so now! I'll take that as a sign as the Termidor working.

I'll post in a couple weeks with an update, til then I'll be vacuuming dead ants!

TY! :)



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