There’s a possibility I have invented this hack.

I mean-

I haven’t heard or read about this hack anywhere, and I am deliberately not checking online, fearing I am delusional and many people have been using this hack for ages.


You have nothing to lose by reading this post except- of course your valuable time, but try digging those skimming skills from merry old school days, and get to the point of this

(The hack is in bold purple print-but if you have a minute-hear me out).

You know what- wait-

The reason I am so excited, is because I stopped using commercial strong ant deterrent spray years ago, and I must be honest and tell you that when we moved to our rural small village (with a garden) 16 years ago, we did have this professional insect destroyer guy spray the house with tons of (unnecessary ) chemicals- because we didn’t do our research, therefore- didn’t know better.

But- all this happened long ago, and for the past 7 years, I’ve been battling with insects every friggin summer.

Sure- we have mosquito nets on all windows- and I use vinegar spray because I think ants are supposed to dislike the strong smell-

But either the ants are into vinegar, or they simply got more and more resilient as the years passed.

You might be thinking- so what if a few ants are parading your kitchen countertop? they are harmless little things!

I hear you-

But I have no wish to open any kind of food and find uninvited protein (in the form of a live ant) inside.

The best way- in my opinion- is always to deter in advance, not fight during the storm, add to that the fact that the hack is totally green and environmental, plus just about the cheapest thing ever, easy to implement, and no strange smells involved-

Well then.

To the hack!

Take your index finger, and use it to smear a good amount of your kitchen dish soap around the relevant windows-such as the kitchen, bathroom (our ants absolutely love the taste of our toothpaste- makes you wonder about the sugar content in that thing, doesn’t it?), or any other window close to where you’ve last seen ants wandering about.

Don’t be shy and don’t skimp on the dish soap- this is what- in my experience- creates the invisible “firewall” between your precious toothpaste and those wannabe tooth-fairy ants.

That’s it.

Don’t wash it off later, don’t scrape it off- it’s invisible, does no harm to anyone, keeps quiet, doesn’t require feeding or changing a diaper.

I hope this works for you as it did for me-if not- you might have some mighty ants around your house- go figure.

Enjoy- the cooliflower.

I am not a medical/health/emotional/financial /nutrition or any other kind of expert as far as it concerns the contents of this blog,  therefore anything written on the blog is not to be taken as any kind of advice, and should you choose to rely on anything  I write on this blog- you are doing it at your own risk and at your own responsibility.

Published by wiseassvegan

an organized full time working vegan -with plenty of ideas on getting everything done in the most simple and efficient way possible.

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