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BeepBopBeep asked this question on 07-06-2021 at 08:20 AM
07-06-2021 at 08:20 AM
My wife uses it to make some ultra stain remover. Mix it with baking soda and powdered tide and something else. I can't remember the name of the concoction
07-06-2021 at 08:20 AM
Works excellent for cockroaches - i'm in the South so you can get them no matter how clean your house is. When we first moved in there were tons of them, after laying some borax mixed with sugar underneath kitchen appliances (refrigerator/oven/dishwasher) and baseboards I no longer have an issue. One does fly/get in every once in a while, but thats mainly due to kids always leaving doors open.

Also borax can be used as a cheap way to maintain pool chemistry.
07-06-2021 at 08:20 AM
Boil some water and add as much sugar as will dissolve.
Then add borax (DIY sites have ratios)
Let cool till a thick syrup, and pour some into bottle caps.
Store the balance in a sealed bottle.

It's the same thing as Taro sugar ant killer...but at pennies per batch, vs dollars.
07-06-2021 at 08:20 AM
I use it as a carpet freshener before vacuuming mixed with baking soda. Equal parts of this with baking soda and shake in a container and then sprinkle over carpet just like those expensive carpet deodarants before vacuuming. You can put some essential oils into it if you want it to smell. Not good for taking out pet stains unless you mix with water and scrub but for removing odors from the carpet fibers. Borax also helps keeps insects big and small away especially if they have a habit of crawling into your floor from the outside.

I also sprinkle it in hard to reach places like under the bed frame to ensure no bugs take up residence between major cleaning every season.

Downside is you don’t want it sitting on its own in the carpet where pets can lick it. Not good for pets to do so in large quantities. Safe for humans unless you are in the habit of licking things.
07-06-2021 at 08:20 AM
Laundry, general cleaning, pressure wash, killing insects

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It works for me. Just aim carefully when you throw the box at the ants and bugs.
Yes. Obliterates ants.

You can find better instructions online, but the easiest way to do this is to mix borax powder with sugar in water. Then soak cotton balls in the borax/sugar water and place them around where the ants are a problem. For a few hours, they will feast. Then they are all gone
A laundry cleaning booster and I make a borax powder ring around my house every year as a bug deterrent. I also mix it half and half with powdered sugar to kill ants.

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This makes it the price of 2010..
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What are some of the common uses?
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Does this also kill ants and bugs?
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Very nice! In my country…
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Does this also kill ants and bugs?
It works for me. Just aim carefully when you throw the box at the ants and bugs.
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What are some of the common uses?
My wife uses it to make some ultra stain remover. Mix it with baking soda and powdered tide and something else. I can't remember the name of the concoction
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What are some of the common uses?
If you have a swimming pool it makes the water sparkle.
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What are some of the common uses?
I use it as a carpet freshener before vacuuming mixed with baking soda. Equal parts of this with baking soda and shake in a container and then sprinkle over carpet just like those expensive carpet deodarants before vacuuming. You can put some essential oils into it if you want it to smell. Not good for taking out pet stains unless you mix with water and scrub but for removing odors from the carpet fibers. Borax also helps keeps insects big and small away especially if they have a habit of crawling into your floor from the outside.

I also sprinkle it in hard to reach places like under the bed frame to ensure no bugs take up residence between major cleaning every season.

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Borax is used as a roach killer and repellent. I believe it works with most insects
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I use this to make the best ant bait
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What are some of the common uses?
A laundry cleaning booster and I make a borax powder ring around my house every year as a bug deterrent. I also mix it half and half with powdered sugar to kill ants.
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What are some of the common uses?
Works excellent for cockroaches - i'm in the South so you can get them no matter how clean your house is. When we first moved in there were tons of them, after laying some borax mixed with sugar underneath kitchen appliances (refrigerator/oven/dishwasher) and baseboards I no longer have an issue. One does fly/get in every once in a while, but thats mainly due to kids always leaving doors open.

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