How To Save Your RV From Ants

Have you heard that Ants are amazing Scouts? Zoom around, perhaps one of ’em is watching you right now!!! :mrgreen:

Ants inspect food in their vicinity by sending out their special scouts who first investigate the entire area individually. On finding food, the scout then, secretes a hormone called pheromones. This acts as a landmark for the food while the scout goes back to his hill and calls gets backup!

They are incredibly organized, folks!


When you are RVing in the wild, you will definitely find wilder ants scouting in and around your RV. Ant Invasion is certainly an unwelcome surprise, but what can you do next?
According to RV Dream’s New Radio, when you spot a scout, squish him ASAP. And, if unfortunately you never catch the scout and chance upon the Ant troop parading with the Queen Ant into your RV, it’s time you braced up for some serious action, folks!

Ants Bait Station

In fact, getting rid of ants is not a big issue once you have spotted them, Red Riding Hoods! Pamela Hamilton, one can easily get rid of ants by using Raid Max Bug Barrier Barricade around the RV. 😀

Here’s some SUPER EASY natural remedies for removing Ants:

  1. Mix Boric Acid with sugar and sprinkle on the ants or around the RV (Please take care to avoid contact with the solution as it can damage your skin voraciously).
  2. Place water filled dishes under the legs of your picnic table and possible areas where you suspect that ants can climb up.
  3. Always be on the Lookout!

If that doesn’t solve your problem, listen to the clip of tips from a certified RV technician, Chris Dougherty on getting rid of ants:

If you want to follow Chris’s success, first locate the source of ants and do as he says! Sounds easy, right? Well, go ahead and try it right away! 😀

An ant invasion is truly scary and stressful even though it is inevitable when in the wild. Share this amazing advice with all your friends with RV NOW! Tell us your own personal serendipities on how you got rid of ants from your RV in the comments below.

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