Vinegar Kill Ants?

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To get rid of ants quickly and effectively, you only have to spray vinegar in the areas where you have seen ants. The acidity in vinegar repels ants and in some cases can kill them if sprayed directly onto the insects. Vinegar has been proven to be a cheap and chemical free pesticide in that it not only kills ants, but also gets rid of other insects, such as fleas, and can be used in many different forms around the house for a wide variety of tasks, including keeping clothing clean.
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