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Intice Gelanimo Ant Stations

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InTice Gelanimo Ant Bait is a safe and effective option for eliminating common household ants and allows for a large amount of ants to feed on the bait at one time. InTice Ant Bait is a high moisture bait and does not drip or spill so it is great to use in the home. This product works on a variety of ants and allows the worker ants to take the bait back to colony to eliminate them.

Target Pests

InTice Gelanimo Ant Bait is an effective killer of most ants except Carpenter Harvester and Fire ants.

For Use In

InTice can be used in and around homes office and most other man-made structures. It is also effective at baiting ants outside as long as it does not come in contact with water.


To use indoors, simply use a pen to push in the tab where ants will enter the station. Place the baits in inaccessible places where ants are seen such as structural edges, corners, crevices and floor edges. Please keep bait inaccessible to children and pets.

To use outdoors, place bait in areas where ants are seen trailing. Around the perimeter and check them regularly for activity.

Coverage Area

For outdoor application, space the bait stations approximately 5 to 10 feet apart around the perimeter for best results.

For indoor application, use numerous bait placements rather than fewer larger placements. Placing baits next to trails will help control ants better.

Time to Kill

InTice Gelanimo Ant Bait works by having the worker ants take the bait back to the colony to eliminate the pests.

Active Ingredient

Sodium Tetraborate Decahydrate (borax) 3%

Intice Gelanimo Ant Stations

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Quick and effective
I really recommend it! Killed a invasion of "sugar ants" I had in a matter of a few days.
September 30, 2017
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