Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Say It ANT So! And a GIVEAWAY!!

Hola folks!

If you have been a reader of Chocolate Kisses for a while, you know that at the end of last year a few major things happened to me. One of them being that I sold my old house and bought a new one. When I was getting the house inspected, I noticed several ant piles. Big ant piles.

It's warmed up in Columbia and the ant piles are still there. But I haven't seen any ants. And it's been raining. So this is why it has taken me so long to even open the boxes of strips. I didn't put any outside. But I did use the strips in my garage because a critter seems to ALWAYS be in there.  

I used the Roach Killing Bait Strips...and they work! Don't believe me? Look.

A cock-a-roach. Dead. On the garage floor. The sticky substance on the back of the strips didn't really work for me so I just placed them strategically around. It was also hard for me to break them off the plastic so I just ended up cutting them with scissors.

Here are some specs about the products:
Roaches or ants find the bait and eat the bait. Insects carry the bait back to the nest or colony. Other insects in the nest or colony are exposed to the insecticide and the entire nest is destroyed.

So unlike spray insecticides that just kill the bugs you see, Combat Bait Strips are designed to kill the nest and colony that are beyond your reach--attacking the source.

So now, for the GIVEAWAY!!!!

Leave a comment here OR on the Chocolate Kisses Facebook page letting me know the critter(s) you love to hate and you will be entered to win your choice of either Combat Ant Killing bait strips or Combat Roach Killing bait strips. One will win!
Congrats to K. Lee and T. Watkins!

Combat is also holding a $1000 Sweepstakes! Visit this site to enter: www.combatbugs.com/win1000

Good luck!!
RoJo

**I was sent products to review. All opinions stated are my own. I was not compensated for this review**

2 comments :

  1. I hate anything that crawls and looks like a rodent! This would be perfect in garages and back door areas!

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    1. LOL I know this all too well from you! And yes it is perfect for the garage! I haven't put any around my back (or front) doors because they are still conspicuous. Did I spell that right? :-)

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