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Raid Safe Ant Killer #1420815
07/12/19 08:45 PM
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Hello,

I am new to this group, I have 2 suggies, Suki and Lincoln, I have read some of your threads about safe and natural ways to get rid of ants, but I would like to open this thread to ask if anyone here has used the Raid Safe Ant Killer in their house or around their suggies and their experience. It is advertised to be safe around pets and babies.

Ingredients:

Geraniol ….(6.0%)

Lemongrass Oil ….(0.5%)

Other Ingredients* .…(93.5%)

TOTAL .…(100%)

*White Mineral Oil, Isopropyl Myristate, Ethyl Lactate, Carbon Dioxide


It has been used in my place already so what I will likely do it make sure the area is well ventilated and make sure they don't run around any of the affected areas

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Re: Raid Safe Ant Killer [Re: SukinLincoln] #1420819
07/13/19 10:11 AM
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Here is the link for the Raid Safe Ant & Roach Killer

This is one of the things that I saw
"Insects must be sprayed directly to be killed. Repeat as necessary." also "Do not apply to surfaces on which food is stored, prepared, or eaten."

I'm thinking this is probably not as effective as some other methods that kill on contact or where they take it back to their nest and share. I'm also thinking it is not going to be something


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Re: Raid Safe Ant Killer [Re: SukinLincoln] #1420822
07/13/19 08:42 PM
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Here are several pet safe ways to get rid of ants. https://www.hunker.com/13406565/how-to-get-rid-of-ants-without-harming-pets


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Re: Raid Safe Ant Killer [Re: SukinLincoln] #1420823
07/14/19 08:59 AM
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Originally Posted by KarenE
Here is the link for the Raid Safe Ant & Roach Killer

This is one of the things that I saw
"Insects must be sprayed directly to be killed. Repeat as necessary." also "Do not apply to surfaces on which food is stored, prepared, or eaten."

I'm thinking this is probably not as effective as some other methods that kill on contact or where they take it back to their nest and share. I'm also thinking it is not going to be something


Well, I obviously didn't finish my thought when I posted yesterday, and I surely don't remember what I was thinking today :rofl2:

Thanks so much for the link you posted, Kim/Feather :thumb2:


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Re: Raid Safe Ant Killer [Re: KarenE] #1420824
07/14/19 10:51 AM
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Originally Posted by KarenE
Originally Posted by KarenE
Here is the link for the Raid Safe Ant & Roach Killer

This is one of the things that I saw
"Insects must be sprayed directly to be killed. Repeat as necessary." also "Do not apply to surfaces on which food is stored, prepared, or eaten."

I'm thinking this is probably not as effective as some other methods that kill on contact or where they take it back to their nest and share. I'm also thinking it is not going to be something


Well, I obviously didn't finish my thought when I posted yesterday, and I surely don't remember what I was thinking today :rofl2:

Thanks so much for the link you posted, Kim/Feather :thumb2:


Just claim that what you meant to say was: I'm also thinking it is not going to be "something..." That way it looks intentional wink


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Re: Raid Safe Ant Killer [Re: Hutch] #1420825
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