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TERRO T1812 Outdoor Liquid Ant Killer Bait Stakes – 8 Traps 8 Bait Stations

(9 customer reviews)

Kills the ants you see and the ones you don’t
Targets ants outdoors before they can come indoors
Ready to use; insert stakes, break tab, kill the colony
See through bait monitor lets you know when it’s time to replace
Reinforced ridges keep the stake firmly in the ground

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With Terro Outdoor Liquid Ant Bait Stakes, stop the problem at the source. The stakes target ants outdoors before they can make their way inside. The slow killing poison gives ants time to transport the bait to the colony and the queen, eliminating the ants you see, and the ones you don’t. The baits are easy to use – simply place the stakes in outdoor areas where ants have been observed, break the tab open, and let the bait work its magic. A see through bait monitor helps you keep track of when it’s time to replace. The stakes are weatherproof, offering protection through all elements.

Specification: TERRO T1812 Outdoor Liquid Ant Killer Bait Stakes – 8 Traps 8 Bait Stations

Weight 0.64 lbs
Dimensions 4.5 × 7.75 × 2.75 in

9 reviews for TERRO T1812 Outdoor Liquid Ant Killer Bait Stakes – 8 Traps 8 Bait Stations

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  1. KP

    When I say I’m at war with the ants in my yard, I mean I wake up thinking about my attack strategy in the morning. These suckers were EVERYWHERE: so many hills in my yard that my grass stopped growing and my yard turned into dirt land, a TON of hills between bricks in our walkway, and a few in our flower beds. I put these things out since I didn’t really want to mess with any chemicals at home and the all natural stuff was getting me nowhere. I put them out and within a week I could see a difference in activity. Within 3 months they were all gone. As others mentioned, there can be satellite colonies that end up bigger when you attack the main colony. What I did (and worked for me) was putting these out for a month, then getting more and searching out the newly forming colonies and relocating the bait. Good luck!Read more

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  2. DLucas

    I recently found out I had Tiny Red Fire Ants when they stung me when I was picking fruit from my trees. I researched and was told Fire Ants prefer food higher in Protein more than sweets or grease, so bought 3 different products specifically for Fire Ants. Amdro is supposed to be the BEST against TRF Ants. So I spread it around and the TRF ants just ignored it. Thought the granules were too large for them to carry? But my black ants went nutz and took all the bait (had a black ant problem too). I always used Terro indoor traps for my indoor ant infestation but this time it didn’t work as well on the black ants. Anyway, once I spread the Andro, drastic reduction in black ants. But no impact on the target TRFants. Finally figured out these Tiny Fire Ants prefer Tree sap, lived in trees more than in mounds in the dirt. Tried the Sweet Amdro traps but still they ignored it… I then bought every product Terro sold, the liquid drops put in beer caps in trees, put drops in the crooks of the trees, took some of my indoor terro traps and attached them to the trees with twist ties, etc…I even bought green plastic bait traps stakes, filled half with granules, half with liquid bait… But by far, the best was when I tied the Outdoor staked Terro Traps in the crook of the trees…(see Photo). Finally, the TRFant showed interest and I am hopeful that it will help to wipe them out. Suggestion: Use a sharp pruner or scissors to cut the tab off the end of the bait. Instructions says to snap tab off, but most would break off at the ends, not enough to open the bait up. More success by cutting it either before or after placement. Thank you Terro! Will be ordering more.Read more

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  3. bsummerfield

    Don’t fall for the “easy activation” claim on the box. I tried to twist the tab to the right as depicted on the back of the package and it wouldn’t come off until I got a pair of pliers. When it finally did detach, it sprayed ant poison all over my hands and onto my slacks. The tabs were nearly impossible to remove in the manner shown without risk of begin drenched with ant poison. I tried three other bait traps and it was the same every time. Threw the remainder in the trash and immediately ordered the Hot Shot traps, which have worked just fine without the hazard presented by “breaking off the “bait trap tab” and having ant poison spurt out on everything within a two foot radius.Read more

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  4. kwt

    As the picture shows, many annoying ants loved this bait. I think my picture even shows two different varieties of ants at one time. At first I thought the spike & container looked cheap but the ants found it and then they disappeared. Worked great! Until a few weeks later … I put out a second fresh trap and the ants could not have cared less. They even ignored the drop that I put on their path … they check it out and walked around it. I’ve read that ants change their needs during the year … and right now they aren’t taking the bait.Read more

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  5. Valerie

    Early this spring, I started seeing ants crawling around the base boards in my house. I put these around the out side of my house as directed. Within a few days, I began seeing dead ants around the base boards of my house. Now, months later I haven’t seen a single live ant in my house since before I set the out. Squirrels are attracted to these, even though they can’t consume them. I’ve seen the little cartridges with teeth marks on them yards away from where I placed them. So now when I place them near the foundation of my house, I put the cartridges between a concrete block & my house foundation so the squirrels can’t get them.Read more

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  6. Amazon Customer

    I used Terro for ants issues for years and always bought it from Lowes. It worked very well before. this is my first time to buy if online from Amazon. I bought 3 boxes, and after using up all of them, my house ants issues are still serious. they keep coming in and ate the bait, but it is like a real food to them. Ants enjoy it and eating them, but they are never gone or even less. what a terrible bait. I suspect it is a real Terro product or their quality is so bad on Amazon now. Very disppointed!!!!! DO NOT buy it here!Read more

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  7. Michael McDermott

    Frustrated with those crappy plastic ant traps that don’t seem to do anything? Have you watched ants basically do a circle around the thing while not paying it any mind? Get these. Put them as close to outside as you can. They do attract ants in a big way for a couple weeks but then… NO MORE ANTS! I should be locked up for the ant genocide I just committed in my backyard. I feel so evil and it’s great.Read more

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  8. SpecialEffects

    It works. It’s only borax and sugar. I tried making my own borax/sugar combo, and though that too certainly killed ants, it mostly made a mess spilling over the the little cups and whatnot I used. Easier to buy this prepackaged stuff and then refill using this from TorroTERRO 2 oz Liquid Ant Killer ll T200 Terro also makes indoor ant killer bait:TERRO T300 Liquid Ant Baits – 6 Pack I have the same refill adviceRead more

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  9. Sharon

    I really like the fact that I can stick these in out door pots and they work pretty wellRead more

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