Remove the stinger. If the stinger from the wasp or hornet is still lodged in the
skin, remove it first thing. It's best to do this with a blunt, flat object like a butter
Apr 7, 2015 ... Wasps usually reside in temperate climate and are attracted by strong smells,
and bright or dark colored clothes, especially with floral print.
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May 27, 2015 ... ... or Hornet Sting. The sting of a wasp or hornet is considered venomous. Quick
removal of the stinger and proper follow-up care will help r...
Scrape the area with the edge of a credit card or straight edge object to remove it.
Don't pinch the stinger or use tweezers -- that can inject more venom.
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a blunt edge (such as a butter knife) over the area to remove the stinger. Do this ...
Aug 24, 2015 ... A wasp's stinger contains venom (poisonous substance) that's transmitted ...
Wash the sting area with soap and water to remove as much of the ...
Apr 25, 2014 ... In the vast majority of cases, though, bee or wasp stings are not a ... The first thing
you need to do is remove the stinger if you were stung by a ...
Bees are magnificent creatures. They are brightly colored and seemingly good
natured. They work all the time, but do so quite happily, buzzing from one.
A bee or wasp sting is an uncomfortable and often painful experience that is ...
The first step is to immediately remove the stinger embedded in your skin. It takes
May 9, 2010 ... Do not use tweezers to remove a wasp stinger. If you squeeze the venom sac
with the tweezers, you will inject all of the venom at once, which ...