MAXFORCE CARPENTER ANT GEL 1 OZ

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MAXFORCE CARP ANT 1 OZ

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Yellow gel, syrupy or "loose" which comes in a syringe for application. Unique product in how it works. Basically, the main attractant, honeydew, is something carpenter-ants will readily accept as it is necessary for their young. When applied, the ants will find it quickly, gather up as much as they can, bring it back to their nests and distribute it to their young. The young will immediately eat it and their excrement will then in turn kill the entire nest! Within days, the nest will be dead.

WHERE TO USE IT: Inside or outside. Where ant activity is highest. Apply it in the evening when carpenter ants get busy for the night. This will allow for quick acceptance and longer life of the product since extreme temperatures will break it down.

RATE OF APPLICATION: A dab every foot, with more placements where ant activity is greatest. One tube provides 30-60 placements. PLEASE NOTE: The gel will go bad in about 2 weeks once applied. Be sure to keep applications fresh and clean. DO NOT STORE IN TEMPERATURES OVER 100 DEGREES OR IT WILL GO BAD WITHIN A FEW WEEKS – EVEN IF THE TUBE IS NOT OPEN. Expect ants to be feeding on it within a day or two so be prepared to replace diminished amounts as needed. Unused amounts, when stored in 50-80 degrees, will last up to a year.

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July 31, 2015

Robert Dowling @ 7:23 am #

It works! Initially it seems like the ants were eating it every night, then they seemed to stop and the bait would just dry up. Weeks later, I tried again with success and they were taking the bait. Now all the carpenter ants I see are walking around like they are drunk! It's definitely seems to be working. Wish I had more!

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