Mould can be found pretty much everywhere and is an essential part of our environment. It’s one of nature’s cleansers because it breaks down dead organic matter. It's wonderfully effective when working in the outdoors, but when it gets indoors it can cause big problems.
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Boric acid is one of the most popular household products. Maybe you've heard about it from your grandmother who used it to remove stains from the laundry. Or from the lady across the street who used it to cure her child's pinkeye. Or from the guy at the hardware store who swears by it as THE BEST and MOST EFFECTIVE roach-killer. What does boric acid do?
Most types of ant invasions in your home can be treated with a sugar based boric acid bait. But sometimes they don't work. One time I laid out an array of sweet sugar traps for these unwelcome guests only to see them completely ignored. When your best boric acid bait recipe for ants doesn't work, it's time to go back to the drawing board.
This is the tried and tested recipe for getting rid of ants. There are countless reports of its effectiveness and success from people who are overjoyed at finally being ant free. If this is your first attempt at treating a sugar ant infestation, be sure to try this recipe first. If you're unsure if you have sugar ants or not, check out our article which helps you determine whether you have sugar or protein ants.
Oh no! There are ants in your house. They have got to be one of the worst things to find in your home. Your first reaction is to get the fly spray and take them out there and then. And it's understandable because they're probably on your kitchen counters, stove or sink. You can’t have such a filthy insect roaming freely where you live.
Ants can be a real problem in the home especially if they're found regularly in the kitchen. They aren't easily impeded by physical barriers and fit through cracks, crevices and gaps. They'll get to the source of food and will keep coming back time
Boric acid is a white or clear-coloured, odourless, and tasteless compound. It is a mild acid which is relatively non-toxic to humans and non-carcinogenic, and a wide variety of uses in the home. It also is used in cosmetic and pharmaceutical products, in pest control, and even in manufacturing.
Here are the three most common uses of boric acid in the home that we've found.