Home Remedies for Ant Control

White Vinegar

01

One part water to three parts vinegar. Spray throughout the yard, around your picnic blanket, or even beneath entrances.

Borax

02

Because it interferes with their digestive processes, the mineral borax, which is included in many cleaning products, is fatal to ants.

Pepper

05

Ants aren't killed by pepper, but the flavour will drive them away. Apply the cayenne or black powdered mixture on ant trails.

Cinnamon

04

What is the finest spice to use in your kitchen to get rid of ants? Cinnamon. Cinnamon is natural and non-toxic, and in addition to killing ants, its strong scent makes it effective as a repellant.

Cornmeal & Boric Acid

05

However, you may use boric acid, a relative of borax that is accessible online and at home, to weaponize cornmeal in your battle against ants by combining it with it.

Flour

06

To interrupt their pheromone trail, use a sifter to put a dusting of flour immediately along their path.

Citrus

07

The natural acids in citrus fruits like lemon, orange, lime, and grapefruit keep ants at away by disguising their smell trails.

Coffee Grounds

08

This popular ant-repelling method has been used for many years: Coffee grinds can be sprinkled around the stems of indoor and outdoor plants and flowers. Some claim that the stench repels them.

Sugar

09

If you can't defeat 'em, distract 'em! Make a sugar trail from your house to your outside compost pile. Ants may feast to their hearts' delight without ever having to enter your home.