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      DIY Tips To Rid Your Property Of Wasps

      Have wasps been giving you trouble? Well, the only way to deal with such pests is to declare war on them. But don’t be mistaken, wasps will always fight back, and you may not be able to withstand their wrath. Not to mention the deadly sting that you are likely to receive if you approach them in the wrong way. Wasps live in colonies, and once their nest is attacked or disturbed, they will come out in numbers to protect and repel the intruder viciously.

      So how do you get rid of wasps without risking being stung? Here are some ingenious ways of getting rid of those annoying pests. In our latest article on Pest Control Southside we will be taking a look at some great DIY tips on how to rid your property of wasps, all thanks to the amazing team at Pest Control North Brisbane.

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      Grow Wasp Repelling Plants

      You need to be very smart while landscaping your yard. Be very careful with the types of flowers and plants you grow in the yard since they can either attract or repel wasps. First, you must make sure that you have removed flowers in areas that you like hanging out and replace with green plants to deter wasps. You can also plant wasp deterrents such as eucalyptus, wormwood, spearmint, thyme, and citronella. Grow them, and you will enjoy a wasp free compound.

      Use Peppermint Oil

      Wasps don’t like anything associated with mint. That’s what makes peppermint oil very effective as a wasp repellent. According to various studies on these oils, it has been observed that they are an effective insect repellent. All you need is to apply the oil on areas outside or inside your home where these pests like to build nests such as porch eves, crevices and ledges. You may also target spaces with old nests. This will keep the pests away from your home or yard.

      Sugar and Water Traps

      DIY Wasp Control Methods Pest Control North BrisbaneThis is another useful trick that helps get rid of wasps. The trap works by attracting the wasp inside a container using delicious sugar water, but once they get in, they can’t escape. With the method, you don’t need to buy anything since you can make it at home within a minute. Once the wasp goes inside the trap, they get trapped and die. With this genius method, you don’t come into contact with wasps.

      Plain Soap and Water

      If you’re looking for an eco-friendly method of removing wasps in your home or yard, plain soap and water will do the trick. Adding two or three tablespoons of dish soap to a spray bottle with water and spray the solution at small hanging nests. According to experts, soap works by clogging the breathing spores’, and they die instantly. It’s better than using chemicals that will take hours to kill the same insect.

      Smoke Them Out

      Use of smoke may appear ancient, but it’s very effective DIY method for getting rid of these pests. With this method, you only need to light a fire below the nest, the smoke will rise, and seep into the nest. The smoke works by suffocating the wasps and forcing them out. It’s a very simple method that will get rid of the annoying insects once and for all.

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