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Re: Carpenter ants in the can


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Posted by Jules on 7:18:33 6/17/2015 from 75.68.209.145:

In reply to: Re: Carpenter ants in the can posted by John Fasoldt on 8:16:40 6/15/2015 from 108.24.127.31:

Hello again John,

First let me say thank God for you! I went into major panic mode over these ants until I found this site. You are the best!

Knock wood, no ants in the bathroom for several days now. I've been checking the hole down by the french doors where they're coming in, and I don't see any activity, but I don't watch it all the time. There wasn't a leak there, just rotted wood at the bottom that allowed them to gain access to the wall voids. Is it OK to now plug this hole and repair the wooden strip in the frame, or would it trap ants in my house so they come out in the house instead of outside? Sorry to be so needy!

Thank-you so much!



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