Raid Ant Baits

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  • Raid Ant Baits - Watch Them March In ... And Die ....

    May 17, 2004 by KMINER is a Top Reviewer on Epinions in Home and Garden
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: No smell, effective
    Cons: None really

    Summary: Ants love our neighborhood - every spring to early summer I can count on them. They drive me crazy, they make me feel like my house is dirty, like they are sneaking into my food - the whole thing just really creeps me out. Last summer I tried sprays ... read more

  • This product is a joke...

    Aug 16, 2013 by
    Not yet rated.
    Pros: cutesy little design
    child and animal proof 
    Cons: Bait doesn't attract any ants.  After that con, I don't need to list anymore!  :)

    Summary: I have been literally invaded by pharoah ants and after some time of just trying to live with them and hope they would eventually go away, they spread.  I decided enough was enough and that I was gonna start an all out assault on these pesky little ... read more

  • Grant's Kills Ants - this Raid product doesn't

    Aug 30, 2007 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: clean, small, odorless, cheap, cute
    Cons: doesn't work!

    Summary: I've tried RAID Ant Bait III (4 per box) over 2 months now - with no success. I know not to move the baits because ants leave a chemical trail to mark their paths. These particular baits didn't have the slightest impact on my ant problem - the ants ... read more

  • Worse Than Before!

    Mar 27, 2006 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: cheap, easy to use, clean, odorless
    Cons: didn't work

    Summary: We have an ant situation. They only seem to like the kitchen and don't tend to wander further, which is nice. At first I tried washing everything down in the kitchen with vinegar. Then with bleach. They still kept coming back. I keep my kitchen clean, ... read more

  • Pray You Have Stupid Ants Because The Smart Ones Wonít Fall For Raidís Ant Bait

    Aug 26, 2004 by Freak369 is a Top Reviewer on Epinions in Home and Garden
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Easy to use, good for small infestations, almost kid proof.
    Cons: If you have a ton of ant trails this wonít work.

    Summary: When it comes to ants and Southern California, itís an ongoing battle to keep them out of the house and outside where they belong. There is nothing, in my opinion, more unnerving than peacefully sitting at the computer and feeling something on ... read more

  • Raid Ant Baits Didnít Work.

    Aug 24, 2004 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Cheap, safe, don't smell
    Cons: They don't work.

    Summary: In recent summers, the ant problem in my home has escalated exponentially. What started as a few stray ants here and there a few summers ago has turned into mob of ants attacking anything left on the kitchen counter every night. Well, I guess my mother ... read more

  • The Failed Invasion (Don't reference yourself write off challenge)

    Jun 25, 2004 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: This works, no smelly odor from sprays, safe, but should not be played with.
    Cons: There may some dead ants lying around

    Summary: The Failed Ant Invasion (the story, please feel free to skip to product information.) “Today we see it my fellow Ants, the first sign of Spring has arrived. Today is the day we invade the fortress that the humans call a home. We invade just as ... read more

  • Take that, Queenie!

    Apr 23, 2004 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: No smell, no mess; Wipes out a colony of ants in a matter of days
    Cons: Keep away from pets- dogs think they are toys

    Summary: Raid is the foremost name in pest control, with products designed to kill ants roaches, wasps, and a whole host of other annoying creatures. Manufactured by S.C. Johnson & Son of Racine, Wisconsin, the Raid family includes several of the best selling ... read more

  • The ant bait that wasn't

    Sep 26, 2003 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Packaging seems convenient (if it worked)
    Cons: They're all over my counter and cabinets and are doing NOTHING!!!!

    Summary: I've used Grant Ant stakes in the past with great success, but tried using the Raid ant bait the last week when we had a heat wave and the little suckers showed up. The ant bait was on sale at the local grocery store, and great promises of killing the an ... read more

  • A Warm Invitation To Ants & Family - Raid Ant Baits Plus

    Aug 4, 2003 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Easy to use; child resistant, no spraying required
    Cons: Not effective

    Summary: They should come out with a horror flick where ants overcome people and their homes, or hey, come to ... read more

  • these things aren't the way to go.

    Jul 4, 2003 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: raid is a respected bug killer
    Cons: these traps don't work

    Summary: i have had ant problems before. the thing with these critters is- if they want in your house, they W ... read more

  • Might as well put out a few lumps of sugar

    May 10, 2003 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: They're easy to use
    Cons: They don't work

    Summary: Arkansas is an entomologist's dream. Indeed, if a critter has six legs and walks or crawls, you've got a good shot at finding it here in the Natural State. While having a hearty insect population has its advantages in the form of attractive or helpful ... read more

  • Horswispr as Grim Reaper: Grants Kills Ants beats Raid Ant Baits

    Sep 26, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: cute little igloos; great way to kill ants in theory
    Cons: doesn't work as well as Grants Kills Ants

    Summary: Horswispr nice psychologist? Horswispr work with kids? You think you know horswispr? You wrong. Horswispr like kill. Horswispr like kill and watch unsuspecting little creatures scurry off to their hideous deaths. Horswispr have ants in kitchen. Horswispr ... read more

  • Die already, Die!- Raid Ant Baits

    Sep 18, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: They will eventually kill all the ants.
    Cons: They take too long to do the job!

    Summary: I have been using outside ant stakes for as long as I can remember. I have found them to the most effective way of keeping those annoying little creatures out of my house. You place the ant stakes (spread out) around the outside edge of your ... read more

  • Raid Ant Baits Plus really work!

    Jun 21, 2002 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Kills all ants in nest! They don't come back.
    Cons: Does take about a week or to to fully work.

    Summary: These baits work great. In order to get rid of all your ants you need to use these. I may take a week or two to fully kill the colony. But worth it. Also it's important to leave the baits exactly where you first placed them. You don't want to ... read more

  • Don't waste your money!

    Jun 14, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: NONE
    Cons: Completely ineffective

    Summary: I bought these because I had an ant problem in my kitchen. I usually buy Terro when I have ant troubles. They didn't have any Terro at the store I was in so I bought these instead. They seemed to be a cleaner alternative. Since I have a 18 month old ... read more

  • Got Milk & Ants Get Rid of Them With Raid Ant Baits

    May 21, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Small inexpensive ant baits that I assume works.
    Cons: Keep away from children.

    Summary: I love my brother, but when he decided one day to visit my apartment, open up a package of Pop Tartsô, eat just one, and then put the remaining one back into the cupboard inviting about a million ants Ė well, his Christmas List got cut in half. ... read more

  • You can do better.

    Apr 19, 2002 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: It's a great idea.
    Cons: If not just the odd shape.

    Summary: This is my very first review. I guess that must mean I feel strongly about letting others know about this product. I live in CA and ants out here are unbelievable. You could wake up one morning to find a trail of ants running though your ... read more

  • It was "Them" or US

    Sep 1, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Easy, cheap, they've worked for me
    Cons: Children or animals can chew on them and get poisoned

    Summary: My wife isn't afraid of spiders. Sometimes she'll let them be or have me capture and release them outside. We even had a bug on the wall that my daughter named fuzzy that became a pet for a few days. BUT..when we found the dozens of tiny ants ... read more

  • Ant bait? More like people bait...

    Aug 30, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: None
    Cons: Ants aren't interested at all, traps don't stick to anything

    Summary: Ants. The silent little pests that seem to end up in all corners of your domain... Annoying and seemingly impossible to get rid of. What to do? If you are a homeowner like myself, and if you haven't already, you will ... read more

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