A readily available supply of water will also bring ants into your home or commercial business building.Not all ants are alike, and identifying the type of ant you have could help in your fight against them. If you can determine the source of the problem, getting rid of small black ants in your bathroom will be much easier.
With a contact Spray to eliminate their scent trails and deter them from entering the area Knowing why these tiny black pests are attracted to your bathroom in the first place will help you to get rid of them. Food sources, odors, moisture,excessive water and fermented human hair from your drains will attract many types of insects.Ants enter homes in search of food, water and shelter. Many species may be attracted to the moist environment of your bathroom. Carpenter ants or moisture ants for instance, create their nests in damp, rotting wood. Inside of bathrooms, these ants may be found in rotting window ledges and other areas where moisture collects.