Me and the wasps..

Laggspike

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so im fixing my new house, and i was on a brake while smoking my ciggie..

so on the roof i found this hole in the wall, where about 5-8 wasps was going in and out all the time..

so i got inside to get my girlfreind to make her se it etc

she then looked at it kinda scared in a way.. and then calmly told me to not touch/harm/annoy them.


fair enugh i said, and then gently took my ladder and an iron rod and then start smacking away to see how many there was.. :thumb:

at first, it was no noice at all.. then i thought i should got further up and try to see in it..

then came the famues "buzz".. i had to abandon ship pretty much.. jumped down the ladder (pretty high up) and ran for my life to get inside..

worked like a charm :thumb::thumb::thumb:


but what is the easyest and best way to get them away from the house?

any clues?

anyway, i had a great sunday, what about you guys?:dude:
 

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I like Raid, Wasp spray, shoots about 20 feet. I've only used on one wasp at a time though, not "5-8" O.O

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I sealed a wasp's nest with spray-foam insulation, after dressing in my full motorcycling gear. Worked like a charm, the lil bastids are all dead.
 

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I like Raid, Wasp spray, shoots about 20 feet. I've only used on one wasp at a time though, not "5-8" O.O

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I used this spray on a nest I had in the garden, years ago. Very effective, and all activity stopped within two days.

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hmm, im thinking some kind of spray foam that you use around windows etc?

becouse they are inside the wall of the house, so we cant really take it down :(

if they were in a tree or somthing, i would have firstly, shoot them, burn them and then bury them or somthing, but i cant do that when they are inside of the wall of the house :(
 

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I just called a professional. Reasonable rates, guaranteed service, what's not to like.
 

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hmm, im thinking some kind of spray foam that you use around windows etc?(

Yep, the very same. Seal the entry, and they can't get in, or out, and eventually either starve, or suffocate.
 

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Are they wasps or bees? Do you know for sure?
 

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I just called a professional. Reasonable rates, guaranteed service, what's not to like.

That's the way I would go. F' messing around with those nasty, ill-tempered mofos. :shock:
 

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we had a wasps nest under the the roof of a outhouse, it was one of them round papery things they built. I got rid of it with a long stick so it fell into a plastic bag in a stratigicaly placed dumpster. Then had to decide what to do with the bloody thing
 

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If they are bees, call someone and have them relocated. If they are wasps, suit up and kill them with fire.
 

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The way I see it is that some things are best left to a professional and that includes dealing with mean spirited bugs. I would never try to remove my own pancreas - let the pros deal with that crap.

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Yep, the very same. Seal the entry, and they can't get in, or out, and eventually either starve, or suffocate.

that's what i thought aswell :)

Are they wasps or bees? Do you know for sure?

Wasps for sure :) havent been stung yet, but i saw some ill-tempered one after me soo :D

but gonna buy some foam and then go for it, if that dosent work, i will call a pro just in case, since i guess its pretty big in there, since the buzz that came from the wall dident sound too happy about me haha
 

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I used that long-distance wasp spray on a hive that was forming on my porch light.
I was about 25 feet away but
Those evil little phucks came after me as I ran down the street!!!
 

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we had a wasps nest under the the roof of a outhouse, it was one of them round papery things they built. I got rid of it with a long stick so it fell into a plastic bag in a stratigicaly placed dumpster. Then had to decide what to do with the bloody thing

I have one just above my front door a little to the right. It was small but it's getting bigger. I gotta take care of that soon. Not looking forward to it. I think these might be hornets.
 

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