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comment Is there anything that common house ants won't burrow through?
You're right about everything you said. Little programs is what I refer to them as. What I've been doing is finding the trail back to their hole, patching the hole, and then moving the food to that spot so it's closer to them. They then find another opening close to the new food location. Rinse and repeat. I would have eventually nailed them if they hadn't started burrowing through the Quickrete seal. Now it's like fighting one of the X-men who can pass through walls and I give up unless I can find a material these ants won't chomp through.
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asked Is there anything that common house ants won't burrow through?
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comment How do sound-dampening drywall clips affect the ability to hang objects on the wall?
One thing I wish I did was install 2x4's horizontally between the furring channels on the inside of my wall. I suppose using a combination of Liquid Nails and drywall screws would keep them eternally attached. This way, you could hang light objects on them such as a TV or light shelving. Don't mount too much weight onto the wall, though. If you're going to mount a TV, make sure it's only the TV. Hopefully, you're mounting one of those lighter LEDs and not an LCD. The less weight, the better.