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- 2 Pack of a natural, non-toxic and chemical free deterrent to most species of wasps and yellow jackets
- The simulated Get Lost Wasp nest acts as a visual deterrent and relies on the wasps' natural territorial behavior to avoid building nests within a 200 ft. radius of a competing colony
- Get Lost Wasp helps to prevent wasps and yellow jackets from building new nests provided there are no existing nests in the area
- Easily hang the Get Lost Wasp under eaves, decks, dense tree canopy or any other protected outdoor area
- Constructed from a weather resistant cotton and bamboo fiber blend, the Get Lost Wasp should be deployed in areas with limited exposure to rain and moisture.
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|Item Dimensions||9.5 x 11.2 x 0.5 in||—||5.56 x 2.78 x 10.06 in||—||—||3.62 x 3.62 x 8.5 in|
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Get Lost Wasp Beee Free Natural & Non-Toxic Wasp Deterrent is a chemical free solution to help prevent wasp infestations from ruining your outdoor activities. The Get Lost Wasp is a simulated wasp nest which acts on wasps' instinctual and territorial behavior. Most species of wasps have a natural tendency to avoid nesting within a 200 ft. radius of a competing colony. Wasps also tend to patrol no further from their nest than this same 200 ft. radius. The Get Lost Wasp acts as a first line of defense in the pest management of your property by simulating that the area is already claimed by an existing colony of wasps. The best results are achieved when the Get Lost Wasp is deployed in early spring when a queen is scouting for a favorable location to establish her nest. Once she encounters the Get Lost Wasp she will move on to find a non-contested area elsewhere. The Get Lost Wasp will also deter random wasps from loitering in the area when they recognize the competing simulated nest. If the Get Lost Wasp is placed in an area where there is already an established colony of wasps, the product has a limited effect. It is important to clear out any existing wasp nests prior to hanging the Get Lost Wasp in the chosen location. The best locations to hang the Get Lost Wasp are under eaves, under a deck/porch or under a dense tree canopy. Made from a paper-like material constructed from cotton and bamboo fiber, the Get Lost Wasp has some limited resistance to weather and is sensitive to rain and moisture. Deployment of the Get Lost Wasp to areas which have limited exposure to rain and moisture is recommended. When weather conditions are not favorable it is advised that the Get Lost Wasp should be taken indoors. The Get Lost Wasp is a great cost-effective way to help naturally protect your property against annoying and possibly dangerous infestations of most species of wasps and yellow jackets.
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I hung them under the deck so they wouldn't get destroyed by rain. Another option is to spray them with Krylon, but I didn't have any. It was enough just to keep them dry. Can't wait to see if they work another year, or if the wasps will wise up.
I put one of these out on our front porch, and hung one at the back of the house, and...they WORK! Although, within a couple of weeks, I noticed something weird under a porch post...A mud wasp's nest! I think we had yellow jackets and paper wasps, and since I put these up - haven't noticed ANY of those! (But we still have our bees, which we want.) So we destroyed a few of the mud wasp nests, and for some reason and luckily, they didn't keep cropping up.
I was wondering how well these would hold up since they're just made of paper. We get high winds, monsoon rains and hail in the summer. The one on the porch gets buffeted by the wind, but is indirectly protected from the rain and hail. But the one on the back of the house is totally exposed - and it's still in great shape! No holes, tears or any visible wear. We'll take them in for the winter and use them next Spring. I'm sold!