Have any of you removed/destroyed a waps' nest and lived to tell the tale? Thinking of just turning the hose on it later when they're asleep.
The nest is on the corner of the garden, low down in a pile of old cut-off branches. I haven't gone close enough to see how big it is. The air is full of wasps over there though.where is it? is it exposed or are they behind a crack/crevice?
If the latter you can cut a piece of wood or plastic the same size as the hole, attach it to a wooden pole, lather some silicone on the business end and entomb the fuckers at dusk when they've gone back in.
if the latter - the hosepipe idea is actually not a bad one, as long as its not too big. and you have enough clearance
when we moved into our house I found a massive wasps next between the ceiling joists - it was about 30x40x15 cm - wasps were ex-wasps thankfully. when I was painting the ceiling in the room below the brush broke through the plaster board as they had eaten away at the other side. when I insulated the attic I had to knock the nest out through the hole in pieces while my wife stood there with a black plastic bag.
actually @therealjohnny did you say once you have an epi pen? if so perhaps ignore all advice above
The nest is on the corner of the garden, low down in a pile of old cut-off branches. I haven't gone close enough to see how big it is. The air is full of wasps over there though.
Yes, I was prescribed an epi-pen but that was for a food-related allergy that hasn't recurred (yet) so I stopped getting the pen. They're too expensive, cumbersome and they expire too quickly.
But that's for another threa.
Might be worth a go, thanks!There was a tiny wasp nest beginning in our shed at the beginning of summer and i annihilated it with this stuff one evening.
It shoots out super fast and expands nicely. But I did have a good visual and it was a small nest, probably less than golf ball sized.
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the wasps will be dying off now, so it's going to be less of an issue as the weather gets colder. it'll go inactive over the winter, only hibernating queens will be left.
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