How do you get rid of tiny 🐜 in the kitchen?

Gail Prokup
by Gail Prokup
  6 answers
  • Just Retired Just Retired on Jun 17, 2017
    Cinnamon, cinnamon, cinnamon. Ants heat it. Or if you don't have any pets in the house those little round ant traps work well. I'm a natural remedy person so I would go the cinnamon route first

  • Lorraine Lorraine on Jun 17, 2017
    Are those aunts? I am not sure what you want to get rid of. Aunts will die if you use diatomaceous earth and put it in there trails. It is not toxic. You can sprinkle it where you see them coming in both inside and out. Looks a little messy but it kills them. It costs about 8 bucks at garden and home improvement stores.

  • Karan Karan on Jun 17, 2017
    Find out where they coming in and put some lemon juice into the area, wash around the area with the juice and fill that hole with kitchen caulking . Remember that new ants follow the old trails, so wash the area where the ants have been to try to not have a new infestation. My best, Karan

  • DZW DZW on Jun 17, 2017
    The presence of tiny ants in a home or garden can be a persistent inconvenience. When ants start to become a nuisance, there are a few easy steps you can try to deter them from your property, or eliminate them completely. Here's a link that I hope helps:

  • Mir Graham Mir Graham on Jun 17, 2017
    Make sure the source (usually sugar) is cleaned up. DO NOT spray them. This scatters them and makes them multiply their mounds. Treat the outside of the house perimeter with granules, find the source inside and use a strong vinegar/ cleaner. I don't think traps have ever worked for me. Sorry.

  • Gail Prokup Gail Prokup on Jun 20, 2017
    Thanks everyone