I don’t like insects, and I mean that. Anything with more than four legs that is lurking around in the crannies and nooks of my house and my porch is really scary to me.
I always call someone to come and get rid of a spider for example, and that very same thing goes for the ants as well!
No matter what’s the weather like, whether it’s warm or cold, ants are where a lot of food is stored in our house. Am I right? However, they’re a lot more visible when there’s sunlight and the temperatures are higher, especially when you want to take a rest on your porch.
The warm weather is bringing a lot of outdoor activities, BBQs and much more on our list. And for a person that cannot wait for the summer, and want to spend a lot of time outside when the temperatures are over 30 degrees C, it’s hard to stay inside because of the things that scare you.
On the off chance that you like to investigate nature, or simply be outside for planting purposes, at that point you realize that the one thing that normally gets troublesome about the warm climate is bugs – for me, specifically, ants.
I experience the issue of ants plaguing my yard each mid year. I’ve attempted a wide range of locally acquired splashes and traps to dispose of them, yet the one thing I’ve seen is that these arrangements are transitory. I notice myself tidying up ants each couple of days, so this year, I began searching for an increasingly perpetual arrangement.
I discovered that I don’t have to visit the local hardware store to get another ant repellent, it’s a lot simpler to make one comfortable! By utilizing a portion of the things I can discover directly around the house, I can make a DIY repellent to forget about on the yard throughout the entire summer.
Ingredients you will need:
- White Sugar
- Boric Acid
Take a small container and mix these three ingredients together. Let the mixture in a place where the ants are, and just watch how they gather around your genius trap.
Take a look at the video below if you want to see the results of using the DIY solution. You can see that the ants won’t come back after you put this one out there!