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Combat Source Kill MAX Review and Giveaway


What is more annoying then an ANT! I've made posts in the past about killing ants naturally outside. Well the problem is I really cannot go sprinkling cornmeal all over my house.lol So finding a fairly safe way to control all the little boogers inside was a must. By now I am sure most of you have heard or the brand Combat and perhaps have even used their products before in one way or another. Recently I learned about a new product called Combat Source Kill MAX and received both the Ant Gel and Ant Bait to review.
Now I really love the baits because my cats are not able to lick at it, which for obvious reasons is quite dangerous. They are easy to place and use and with 6 per package you can really do your whole house with just one box. The gel scared me a little bit to try but when I started applying I started to ease a little. It is a clear gel and you really have great control over where it is placed. It didn't seem to have an odor to me and my cats never showed interest in the areas I placed it. My ant have greatly decreased inside and the sugar ant level outside has decreased, although the fire ants now are thriving :O(. Combat is running a Bug-Free Backyard Bash Sweepstakes so make sure to enter! Make sure to enter our rafflecopter giveaway below as well! GOOD LUCK!
**I received the above mentioned products in order to provide an honest review. Any views expressed are that of my own and were in no way influenced.**



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Comments

Unknown said…
We have to use this stuff since we live next to corn fields. It works though!
Melinda Dunne said…
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Tina H. said…
I think I dislike spiders and snakes the most when it comes to household pets!

Unknown said…
I hate roaches the most.
Angie said…
I hate roaches (thankfully haven't seen one of those beasts in ages) but ants seem to be a problem often here.

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