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Old 05-25-2005, 09:59 PM   #11
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Gimme a can of WD 40 and a Good long laster lighter....I'll get the bitches in mid air!!!! LOL
i think you should use lysol indoors, lot cooler of a flame, less chance of setting the house on fire. just make sure the can says flammable, otherwise you just end up with a fire extinguisher.
Hahaha ya that'* true....WD40 tends to stay lit after it'* stuck to something also.
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Old 05-25-2005, 10:01 PM   #12
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Oh my.

I remember when we were little kids in FL, my bro and I were outside the rental house while the new one was being built, he was standing in a dirt pile. Happened to be fire ants. He wasn't to happy then, i only had gotten a few but his legs....
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Gimme a can of WD 40 and a Good long laster lighter....I'll get the bitches in mid air!!!! LOL
i think you should use lysol indoors, lot cooler of a flame, less chance of setting the house on fire. just make sure the can says flammable, otherwise you just end up with a fire extinguisher.
Hahaha ya that'* true....WD40 tends to stay lit after it'* stuck to something also.
So we have a few pyros in the club... :P
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YUCK.....I will be the first one to admit I HATE BUGS!!! Well not all bugs, but most of them, like carpenter ants!!! Poor PDad would be the one who would have to kill them!!!!
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Old 05-26-2005, 02:13 AM   #15
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Gimme a can of WD 40 and a Good long laster lighter....I'll get the bitches in mid air!!!! LOL
i think you should use lysol indoors, lot cooler of a flame, less chance of setting the house on fire. just make sure the can says flammable, otherwise you just end up with a fire extinguisher.
Hahaha ya that'* true....WD40 tends to stay lit after it'* stuck to something also.
So we have a few pyros in the club... :P


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Old 05-26-2005, 09:37 AM   #16
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Your going to want to have them sprayed with a pro. i had them on my front
porch and kept spraying the little buggers with store bought crap that
killed the ones we saw but didnt get them in the nesting area. well the time
came for me to paint the porch and the wood was rotted. Ok ill replace the wood right.
well I took off the facial boards and Oh MY God the main carrying beam is completely
rotted and now were paying a carpenter to replace the porch $$$$
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WD40.... lighter..... pffftt.... sure if you wanna catch the house and everything on fire.

Use hairspray guys....... when they fly into a cloud or spray of it, it sticks to their wings and makes them unable to fly.... so they just drop... making them easy prey.... works for all kinds of winged insects in a house (flys, bees, wasps, etc).

Once they're on the ground (or window).... nail em....
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Those are some big ants.

I been attacked by red ants a few times before, not a fun experience.
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Turn the X-mas lights on .They will think its winter and go back to hibernation
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Ants don't know from Xmas lights.....





They're Buddhists....
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