Extremely effective control of ants before they enter your home.
Sprinkle NO ANTS SAND evenly over the area to be treated such as lawns, flowerbeds, pathways and in cracks between paving stones. Where possible apply directly to areas such as ant trails and nests*, dispersing product evenly. DO NOT heap sand granules.
*It is recommended that NO ANTS GEL BAIT or LIQUID BAITS are used for at least one week prior to applying ANT SAND or sprays to ant nests to prevent causing ant nest budding where ants leave the nest and disperse to form new nests.
2g/kg bifenthrin as a granule.
HSNO Approval Code HSR000047
Had Argintine ants in our motorhome for 6 months, tried just about everything to remove them however we brought NO Ants Gel with bait stations, placed baitstations around van plus a few baits directly here and there , within 7 days a total wipeout, waited for more to appear but yes the ants have been completely wiped out, Great Product
When they show their faces, we use your NO Ant paste (Gel) to get rid of them. The product is easy to use and is not offensive to the nose. Unfortunately, I don't know the species of ant we are using your product on. They are ordinary regular sized ants. I occasionally have problems with very tiny ants in our house (located in the same locale), and the product works wonders with them as well.
The product is a good one with nothing to hide.
Firstly, I'd like to thank your company for good advice to get rid of ants from home. I bought the products (both NO ANT GEL BAIT and NO ANT LIQUID BAIT) from Mitre10 and followed that suggestion. The result was much better than that when I hired some pest controllers previously.
*But I found some problem. The Gel bait worked perfect. The liquid bait was too strong. Ants just died around the bait area, which made the bait containers shipped with the bait only useful for once or twice. Besides, if ants can not bring back the bait to their nest, there would be less chance that it can kill the queen. I hope the liquit bait can have similar effect to that of gel bait.
Regards, and have a nice Christmas and a Happy New Year.
*Kiwicare Says -
It is likely that the ants dying in the liquid bait are in fact drowning by falling into the bait and getting stuck. This does not usually stop other ants continuing to feed on the bait. It is likely that many other ants fed on the bait and took it back to their nest.
I‘ve just bought some of your Ant Sand which is absolutely brilliant. We had ants coming in through our ranchsliders (how I’m still not sure). I sprinkled some of your Ant Sand in the ranchslider tracks and overnight they disappeared – leaving a number of dead ones behind.