Eco-friendly AntOut ECO-Liquid Bait is produced using Boric Acid as its primary active ingredient to eliminate ant colony.
Boric Acid is created from the naturally occurring mineral, Borate, which is found on rocks, soil and water. The natural origin of Boric Acid, where its toxicity is comparable to that table salt and it is widely used as food addictive, means AntOut is safer than most pesticides on the market.
Insects are attracted to natural food attractants in AntOut Bait. When ants eat the bait, Boric Acid acts slowly, allowing pests to bring more of the bait back to its nest to feed the young.
After it dies, the colony consumes its dead body eating the toxin that remains inside.
Insects die from dehydration when borates enter their digestive tracts after consuming bait or grooming themselves.
AntOut effectiveness can be seen within 2 days of application. Daily AntOut bait treatment can eliminate the whole ant colony in two weeks.
INSTRUCTION TO CONTROL?
• Do not spray insecticide products over bait placements as this will reduce its effectiveness.
• Avoid movement of bait feeding tray when ants are feasting and bringing bait to the nest.
• Keep bait away from any competing sugary food or other food attractants nearby.
• Ensure food waste does not remain in the kitchen. Ants will be more attracted to food waste in the kitchen
sink and garbage bin.
• Add more bait feeding trays when battling with heavy infestation.
• For area where bait feeding tray is not applicable. Apply a few drops of liquid bait directly on ant trail or
nesting area using cotton bud to entice ants to feast.
• Reapply every two months.
WHERE TO PLACE ANTOUT BAIT FEEDING TRAY?
Squirt liquid bait in the concave area of bait feeding tray. Place bait feeding tray in areas where ant frequent traffic and suspected harborage such as behind and under the following: stove, refrigerators, sinks, washing machine, kitchen and bathroom cabinet.
ANTOUT BAIT MONITORING GUIDELINE
• Monitor bait daily to ensure adequate supply of fresh liquid bait for new insects.
• If liquid bait becomes harden, wash it away with water and add on fresh liquid bait in the bait feeding tray for
ease of consumption by ants.
• Reapply if bait placements are no longer visible and if infestation reoccurs.
• Do not apply liquid bait to areas that have been recently sprayed with insecticide.
• Works well only on ants that love sugary food.
• Does not work on ants that are attracted to protein or fat diet.