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    Quote Originally Posted by Phreddie30.06 View Post
    My wife uses Dawn dishwashing liquid. Seems to work pretty good.

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    This seems to do a good job, Enforcer® Wasp & Yellow Jacket Foam.

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    I use carb cleaner - cheap, very effective and the bodies are clean.
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    Hire a hit bee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kschilk View Post
    Hire a hit bee.
    Didn’t those disappear in the 70’s?
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    Think flamethrower.
    They kill anything.
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    WD40 and a bic for wasps on a nest but ever yellow jacket nest I know in the ground. Pour gas on it and let it sit. a walk a round of the house every time you cut the grass or 7-10 days. You see anything, the water hose with the jet knocks the nest down.
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    We have had issues the last few years with Carpenter Bees. These bastards look like bumblebees but instead of a fuzzy body, they are shiny and slick like body armor. They don't bother people so much, but they have a nasty habit of drilling holes in wood decks and other outdoor structures in order to next and lay eggs. If ignored they can seriously damage the integrity of the wood structure. The sure sign is the appearance of 3/8 to 1/2" holes drilled into the wood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    We have had issues the last few years with Carpenter Bees. These bastards look like bumblebees but instead of a fuzzy body, they are shiny and slick like body armor. They don't bother people so much, but they have a nasty habit of drilling holes in wood decks and other outdoor structures in order to next and lay eggs. If ignored they can seriously damage the integrity of the wood structure. The sure sign is the appearance of 3/8 to 1/2" holes drilled into the wood.
    Block off all outside electrical outlets so they've got no place to plug in their drills.
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    Quote Originally Posted by william View Post
    Didn’t those disappear in the 70’s?
    That was the Super Bee, the bug with the cape.
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