Ant Remedy!

Ant Remedy!

Aunt Fannie's

Ant Remedy!

Aunt Fannie's

If you have crumbs, you probably have ants. And if you have this hard-working Ant Remedy, then you have the solution to having ants right in your hand. And boy does it work.

Sustainable goodness

Transparent ingredients free from dyes, aerosols, and harsh chemicals. Their “no list” includes petroleum products, sulfates, phthalates, and artificial fragrances, too

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Why we love it

In a dream world, we'd always have our house so spotless that no ant would ever enter in hopes of finding a crumb. Unfortunately, we live in the real world where both crumbs and ants happen. That's where this remedy comes in. And that's not just the name, it really is the remedy. Plus, it's safe to use around kids and pets. No toxic chemicals, a nice smell, and no more ants? Sign us up.

Ingredients

Shipping

Hive orders take 24 hours to process and ship via ground shipping.

How it does good

Never any harsh ingredients

Most cleaners are made with overly-aggressive and hard chemicals. They can be toxic and damaging. That’s why Aunt Fannie’s set out to find a better way. They’ve committed to creating clean, safe, and effective products. With vinegar, probiotics, and essential oils at the forefront, their ingredients are a mindful cleaning revolution. Take time to honor yourself and your home with healthier products.

  • responsible sourcing

    Aunt Fannie's is changing the way we clean. Not only are they cruelty-free, they have a very clear "no list" for their ingredients that describes why they reject dyes, petroleum products & sulfates, phthalates, and artificial fragrances, among many ingredients
  • EWG Verified Certification
  • Leaping Bunny Certification
  • PETA Cruelty-Free Certification

How to use it

Spray wherever ants get in.

When you're done...

The PET bottle is curbside recyclable. The spray nozzle can be recycled through TerraCycle by following our special instructions.

These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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