‘They never get in’: Cleaning enthusiasts share £1 talc hack for repelling ants from homes

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Sandy Richards said “talcum powder works for me”, while Paula Southall claimed she puts “talcum powder down”.

Talcum powder is relatively affordable and can be found in most supermarkets and shops.

ASDA Little Angels Baby Powder costs just £1.

Johnson’s Baby Powder costs £1.50 from Sainsbury’s.

Medipure Medicated Body Powder is £1 in Savers.

Sensitive Talc can be found in Waitrose for £1.25.

Other popular solutions for ant problems included using cinnamon, baking soda, white vinegar, cornflour and Nipon.



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