Wasp trap diy
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Glorious summer days outside can be too easily wrecked by wasps, mosquitos, ants and horrie sunburn. But never fear. I have for you here super smart summer hacks to deal with all of them fast
Learn how to make a homemade wasp trap to hang up in your yard. This easy trap uses a recycled bottle and some string to catch wasps
This easy DIY Hornet, Wasp, Meat Bee Trap is SO easy to make and it really works too. Use it in conjunction with my Fake Hornet Nest for a pest free yard!
Whether you are scared of wasps or just hate the idea of them in your yard or home discover some amazingly easy ways to get rid of wasps and other bugs from your home fast. Learn how to make homemade DIY wasp repellent from ingredients you probably already have in you pantry. Frugal cheap bug killers and bug repellents so you can rest easy and sleep at night.
Wasps can be a pest, especially if you’re eating or drinking in the garden and the wasps want to join in. You can make your own bee safe wasp trap without attracting and killing bees in the p…
When it comes to warm-weather pests, wasps might be the most dreaded. If you’ve ever been stung, you know the pain they can cause. For those who are allergic, it’s even more important to keep them at bay. Luckily, there’s a hack that can help, and it doesn’t involve any harmful chemicals.
Wasps can be helpful little creatures- they’re to thank in part for keeping the pest population in check- but they can also be quite the nuisance. Picnics and other outdoor summer activities are a bit difficult to enjoy when wasps are swarming overhead, so try to keep things under control with a DIY wasp trap. 2-liter soda bottle Honey or sugar water Utility knife Stapler or clothespins 1.
Making a DIY homemade mosquito trap is very similar to a homemade wasp trap, the only difference is the bait. We show you how to make both!
Eliminate all the wasps in the nest with this spray.
Oils & Vinegars
- • 1 tsp Peppermint essential oil
- • 32 oz Water
- • 32-ounce sprayer bottle