Treating a Fire Ant Sting

If you are ever stung by a fire ant, use vinegar to stop the itch..

Being new to Florida I have found this really works.

By Patty

September 7, 20040 found this helpful

I've always used Hydrogen Peroxide to treat fire ant stings. It immediately takes the sting out & helps the white looking sore heal up very fast. My husband, being from the country, taught me this when we got married. I didn't think it would work until I tried it, & it really does work. Leslie

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September 7, 20040 found this helpful

I've always found that stepping on the little bugger and then running like heck has always worked for me. ANd when I've finished cursing I put hydrogen peroxide on it followed up with calamine lotion.

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