Kill, Repel & Prevent Pests

Get Rid of Ants in 3 Easy Steps

Did you know... Ants don’t just sting and bite, they’re also extremely destructive. For example, fire ants cost the United States alone over 6 billion dollars in damage and control efforts each year.

3 Step Guide




Step 1
Spray Your Yard

To rid your lawn of ants and help keep them away, apply Cedarcide Outdoor Bug Control to your front, back and side yards. For best results, fully saturate each ant mound and carefully stir in the spray using a stick or other tool. Reapply again in 1–2 weeks and spray monthly after that for prevention. 

For extra protection, spread natural Cedarcide Granules throughout your lawn and along your home’s foundation every 4–6 weeks.

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Step 2
Treat Your Home

The next time you see ants inside, skip the toxic stuff and use family-safe Cedarcide Original Bug Spray instead. A direct spray will kill them in just a few seconds. To help keep them away, simply spray suspected entry points and trouble areas like baseboards and countertops weekly.

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Step 3
Prevent Ants from Coming Back

Keeping a well-maintained lawn free of unnecessary moisture and spraying monthly with Cedarcide Outdoor Bug Control will cover you outdoors. For indoors, properly storing food and general cleanliness are key. Lastly, check both inside and outside your home for cracks or holes ants could use to sneak indoors, and promptly seal any you find.

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How Cedar Oil Kills Bugs

While the answer can get a bit technical, there are 6 basic ways cedarwood oil works to kill and repel pests like fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, ants, mites and more.

Customers are saying...
"I recently had some work done in my yard and ants started to, for the first time, enter my home! One phone call and within just a few days I received the product I needed. Today, NO ANTS!"
— Suzanne F.
"Outdoor Bug Control kills ants and ticks that have infested our yard. It works well and is environmentally and pet friendly. Thanks!"
— Michael P.
"First thing I did when I got Cedarcide was spray the front door. I rent an apartment and there were times when I would open the front door and little ants would be crawling on it and up the sides. Ever since I sprayed it have not seen a single ant."
— Priscilla D.