• Hometalker
  • Louisa, VA
Asked on Apr 8, 2019

How do I catch wasps and hornets around my house?



5 answers
  • Mona Blake
    on Apr 8, 2019

    Use a 2 liter bottle. Cut just above the label. Remove the label. Put sugar water in the bottom of the 2 liter with red food coloring in it. Invert the top and place inside the bottom without a cap. Duck tape the two pieces together. Bees and wasps can't get out once they get in.

  • William
    on Apr 8, 2019

    You don't. Try to locate the hive. Usually close by. Wait till sundown and use a wasp and hornet spray on the nest. Once the drop dead knock the nest down.

  • Karen
    on Apr 8, 2019

    Try blowing up some brown paper lunch bags, tie ends with string, and hang near their nest. They get confused, and think another nest moved in. They are territorial little buggers. It'll take awhile, but works great.

  • Melanie
    on Apr 9, 2019

    If they are down low wait till sundown pour honey on the nest let skunks yes skunks do the rest. If up high wait till sundown and spray them with the best, fastest spray u can fiind. Some of these guys can be very dangerous when provoked. They will attack in force and some can sting more then once. Not to be experimented on. BEE (lol) SAFE

  • Fiddledd224
    on Apr 14, 2019

    Pour some honey in the bottom of an empty 2 or 3 liter soda bottle and hang away from where people gather. They will fly into the bottle but get stuck and won't come back out.

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