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PostPosted: Thu Jan 01, 2009 10:23 pm 
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We recently sold our house and purchased a townhome. We love it except for one thing. Since the rainy season started we've been invaded by tiny black ants, millions of 'em (that's hyperbole, but there's a lot of them). They are everywhere, on the counters, the tables, the appliances, inside the dishwasher, I even killed a couple on my laptop as I wrote this. They don't bite, but who knows what kinds of germs they may carry around. So I want to be rid of them. I hired an exterminator to come in and spray, which he did. It cleared them out for a few days, but now they're back. Any ideas as to how to be rid of them? I'd like to use a non-toxic (to humans) control method if possible.
Thanks for any ideas.

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