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Do you know any home remedies that get rid of wasps?

please help I'm so scared of them and theyre always in my back yard and my front yard we get rid of the nests but they always come back we even bought spray that kills them but they dont die anyways so are they're any home remedies that will help?

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Wasp spray. I'm just guessing....

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Sure boo,just like you to send a person down the wrong path! This is what you do Bro_456.....You'll need a gallon of gas, a case of beer, one fifth Jim Bean (for medicinal purposes),three dim-witted "friends", a piyatta stick and a video camera.
See boo, it doesn't hurt to be helpful...... P.S .456,.If you did buy your non -killer wasp killer spray at the Dollar store.....well,, need I say more? Good Luck ! Go get a Buzz on !!
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yes go to the store Wall-mart of some dollar store and buy some jet stream spray cans of black flag.(for wasp and hornets) and this will let stand well away from them, but as a precaution also buy some parsons cleaning ammonia, ammonia hydroxide. if you or any one is stung the wasps this applied with a paper towel will neutralize the sting. Tear down the nest and spray on more insecticide take that nest and put it in a garbage bag.

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I wouldn't. A swarm of wasps is a scary thing to deal with. Call a pest management company--it's nowhere near as expensive as a visit to the ER. And it's a lot less uncomfortable.

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This is a good idea, but not every one has the money to hire a pro bug killer. this could go ether way so in the end is it about what you have the means to do. no offence intended.
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None taken. I really do understand. But it may not cost as much as you might think--all they need to do is come in--properly attired in a bee-keeper's attire of clothing which covers the body entirely, and a "bee veil" or "bee helmet". In that attire, they can apply a spray which will kill the wasps--ALL of them--in one treatment. If you have access to the clothing and veil, then it might be safe to try, otherwise, not so much.
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