How To Make Organic Anti-Ant Spray

So sitting in the backyard having a couple drinks and a little chit chat and guess who shows up, pesty annoying ants. So we are going to show you a tutorial on How To Make Organic Anti-Ant Spray.

It is quite a challenge to eliminate a colony of ants, especially during the summer season where they tend to collect their food for future use during the rainy season. However, it is possible to eliminate them using either chemical, biological or physical methods which can be carried out by either the homeowner or a pest control professional.

We try to avoid using avoid using harmful chemicals in our home, especially if we have children or our fur babies, so we prefer natural solutions for eliminating ants.

In this tutorial, we will be teaching you a safe, organic and effective way of eliminating ants from your home.

Take note that we did not try using this on a larger scale, just for plain home use, which we found effective.

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How To Make Organic Anti-Ant Spray


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We try to avoid using avoid using harmful chemicals in our home, especially if we have children or our fur babies, so we prefer natural solutions for eliminating ants.

In this tutorial, we will be teaching you a safe, organic and effective way of eliminating ants from your home.

Take note that we did not try using this on a larger scale, just for plain home use, which we found effective.


Ingredients

• organic apple cider vinegar
• a glass of warm water
• pure baking soda
• powdered black pepper
• a clean spray bottle
• a clean mixing glass
• a piece of popsicle stick or any mixing material
• masking tape (optional)
• black pointed marker (optional)


Instructions

Step 1: Put at least 2 tablespoons of baking soda in a clean mixing glass. Add 1 tablespoon of powdered black pepper to the mixing glass.

Step 2: Mix the baking soda and black pepper thoroughly using a popsicle stick.

Step 3: Add a glass of warm water to the baking soda and black pepper mixture.

Step 4: Mix the substance until it is homogenized.

Step 5: Dispense the baking soda mixture into a clean, empty spray bottle.

Step 6: Add a glass of an organic apple cider vinegar to the spray bottle.

Step 7: Close the spray bottle tightly.

Step 8: Mix the ant spray thoroughly by shaking the spray bottle.

Step 9: Use a piece of masking tape to create a label and stick it to the spray bottle after, so that everyone in your house knows what’s inside the spray bottle.

Step 10: Now you’re all done and ready to use the spray to get rid of ants.


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