How do I get rid of wrasp ?

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  • Gardengraz Gardengraz on Oct 13, 2018


  • Mary Corbett Mary Corbett on Oct 13, 2018


  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Oct 13, 2018

    Hi, Buy wasp traps or use jam jars with a little water and honey or something sweet added. They will be attracted to it and will end up drowning.

  • Sally Alter Sally Alter on Oct 13, 2018

    I guess you mean wasps? typo. I would locate the wasp nest, usually hanging high upside down in nooks and crannies, spray at dusk when all the wasps are present. Make sure you stand well back and get inside before they sting you!!! Next day, be sure to knock the nest down so that they won't come back.

  • Jodi McManus Jodi McManus on Oct 13, 2018

    Wasp nests can be sprayed with aerosol wasp and hornet spray. Rasp is a grater type tool to roughen metal surfaces I think but what do you mean by wasp?

  • Everything Pretty Everything Pretty on Oct 13, 2018

    Take an empty 2 liter pop bottle. Cut it about 1/3 down (make sure you cut it where the sides are flat). Invert the top and staple it so it doesn't fall down. Fill with pop, sugar water, or something sweet. The bees and wasps go in and can't get back out through the small hole.