Antbreaker kills entire ant colonies with a special formulation that is highly attractive to ants. Where regular pesticides kill individual ants without getting to the source of the problem, Antbreaker targets the ant colony and queen. Antbreaker is developed based on current entomological research on ant feeding habits, diet, and colony behaviour. Antbreaker is made in Singapore from environmentally friendly, naturally-occurring ingredients.
Antbreaker is a borax based ant-killer. Borax is a naturally-occurring mineral that is often used in cosmetics, toothpastes, and detergents as a green alternative. While borax has very low toxicity in humans and animals, it is fatal to ants as they consume borax and bring it back to their colony along with the food source that Antbreaker provides.
Liquid ant bait is the most effective form of ant bait simply because it is specifically designed around how ants work.
Worker ants cannot digest solid food, which they carry back to their colony for the larvae to turn into liquid before the rest of the colony can eat it. This means that ant bait in gels or powder form need to first be carried back to the colony, then turned to liquid by the larvae in the colony, and only then can the rest of the colony can eat the bait.
Using a liquid bait shortcuts this process - worker ants, larvae and the rest of the colony can consume this liquid bait immediately without needing extra time for larvae to digest.
What this means for you is a faster time to kill your ant infestation than if you were to use ant bait in gel or powder form.
How To Use:
Start by applying about a teaspoon of bait near ant nest or directly along ant trail, more for large amounts of ants. Do not disturb the ants while they are bringing the bait back to their colony. It is normal that there will be increased ant activity and swarms when the bait is placed, it means the bait is working. Watch the video and read more on how to use Antbreaker.
Once the ants have started to take the bait, refresh the bait daily until no ants remain. Avoid mixing with other ant-killers. Like Rambo, Antbreaker works best alone.