Help, I got ants!
I'm afraid I have been rather lazy lately and have left food scraps, biscuit crumbs and fruit peelings in the wastebasket for days on end. As a result, ants have decided to call my apartment home. I don't like to use pesticides or chemicals so I was thinking if anybody know of any natural substances that can repel ants. I'm thinking along the lines of something I can burn or just keep in the apartment, that will emit a fragrance that will repel ants. That way, I can be lazy and still not have ants.
Sprinkle "Diatomaceous earth" in the cracks. Get off your lazy A and clean up your place!
by salt 7 years ago
After Ive done good, I get a bit lazy and happy with myself.Yet now is the time to plod on, or do I wait until I get the flow again? Umm the flow!?
by Brian 8 years ago
Ooooh one time in the woods at night.....
by lilmissbookworm 7 years ago
Has any one got any paranormal activity in their house?
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