Turn away pesky ants for days on end with this nontoxic repellent. Pour equal amounts of water and white vinegar into a spray bottle, and shake to mix. Then spritz the solution in water-resistant areas where ants are common, such as kitchen floors or the crevices in painted baseboards from which the pests often enter. You can also use the repellent outside, spraying patios, porches, and picnic tables before family and friends gather.
dripping faucet I'm so doing this in my yard. it won't be a working faucet so no need to have it tapped into the water line. just a pipe and faucet from the hardware store and a crystal from the craft store, and an old bucket from the thrift shop.