GET RID OF ANTS

With the arrival of summer, meetings with friends in the garden and snacks together increases what usually means there are crumbs and food scraps most times, becoming the paradise of ants. We also know that these insects increase significantly its activity with the heat of summer. Therefore, we want to remind you some methods you can use to get rid of them once and for all:

The first thing we need to do is to review strictly sanitary measures and distribute well waste generated. It is essential that our home is clean and fresh, without leaving leftovers anywhere, to avoid the plague proliferation.

Use Organic products. Although is not a totally effective method, there are certain foods and natural products that are natural ants repellents, because its smell or taste. It is the case of garlic, lavender, white rice or mint, among others. Some people also choose to put a barrier of cinnamons on the floor, so that the ants don’t pass.

Specialized technologies: All methods cited above have been used throughout history to eradicate ant pests. But now, we live in a radically different environment than two decades before because in every way, technology has altered our customs and changed everything. So, today, there are more effective and specialized methods that provide the best solution to deal with invasions of ants. Is the case of Radarcan® ANT REPELLER HOME. This system uses a unique technology based on magnetic fields called MAGNETICAE. Its function is to alter the magnetic fields that guide the ants, generating confusion and getting them away without having to end their lives.

Thus, this method gives you the following advantages:

 

  1. It is the most practical system (no need to do anything more than plug).
  2. It is the most hygienic way (they leave on their own feet, without you having to find their bodies as with other systems).
  3. You avoid using chemicals that could be harmful to your health
  4. You avoid the death of the ants
  5. You avoid them reappear after a short time.
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