Beehive removal

NottaName

Diamond Member
#2
How long have they been there?

ETA: If you go to advance search on FOL and enter bee and hive you'll find quite a few responses.
 
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NottaName

Diamond Member
#8
How much can I expect to spend on removing it? Just ballpark would be great. Thanks.
I couldn't say; give them a call. Really sweet mom & pop type of business - I'm confident you will be pleased. Have referred them to others who took the time to contact me with their appreciation, especially due to pricing.
 

Skeeter

Platinum Member
#9
Those are just paper wasps. Buy a can of wasp spray. Spray the nest at night when they become dormant. Total cost about $5.
 
#11
Fill a medium sized bowl with water.....

Squirt liquid Dawn into the bowl stirring it up oh so gently.......

Wait till after dusk when they will have returned to the nest.....

And splash the entire bowl of water on the nest.......

They will drop instantly to the ground faster than any wasp spray on the market.....

3 or 4 good long squirts of liquid Dawn in the bowl is all it takes......

Be sure not to stir it up to the point where it gets sudsy......
 
#12
Fill a medium sized bowl with water.....

Squirt liquid Dawn into the bowl stirring it up oh so gently.......

Wait till after dusk when they will have returned to the nest.....

And splash the entire bowl of water on the nest.......

They will drop instantly to the ground faster than any wasp spray on the market.....

3 or 4 good long squirts of liquid Dawn in the bowl is all it takes......

Be sure not to stir it up to the point where it gets sudsy......
I'd rather just spend the $2.50 and play it safe.
 
#13
I'd rather just spend the $2.50 and play it safe.


I've used liquid dawn to kill wasps nests hundreds of times.
When our floating camp would go unoccupied for even a few days out in the Atchafalaya basin it would be covered in wasps nests when we returned.


Large plastic bowl and a bottle of dawn would take them down instantly.
Literally......they fall from the sky instantly


Every single time.
 

coachrex75035

Platinum Member
#15
I've used liquid dawn to kill wasps nests hundreds of times.
When our floating camp would go unoccupied for even a few days out in the Atchafalaya basin it would be covered in wasps nests when we returned.


Large plastic bowl and a bottle of dawn would take them down instantly.
Literally......they fall from the sky instantly


Every single time.

As you can see from this video......it works.....

I don't think he used quite enough liquid soap......they always fall straight to the ground for me....

 
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