How To Get Rid Of Wasps
This diy ideas on how to get rid of wasps is an easy way to keep your outdoor area safe and free of the pests. No one wants to get stung by a wasp and when they are flying around it can make anyone a bit nervous. This simple diy ideas uses paper bags that you probably already have lying around the house to rid your outdoor patio and deck of wasps. When wasps see another nest, they stay out of the area to avoid confrontation. So with a few paper bags, you can make your own paper bag wasp nest to keep them away. To start grab a bunch of paper bags out of your cabinets and open one up and stuff it with some of the crumbled up bags. Then take some tape or string to tie up the top of the bag, and crumple it up a bit to mimic the natural shape of a wasp nest. Then hang the paper bag nest in an area where you don't want wasps. Just remember when it rains you might want to take the paper bag nest in until it's dry out again. This is a simple diy ideas on how to make your life easier and wasp free.
The most commonly known wasps are yellow jackets and hornets. Wasps live together in a nest with an egg-laying queen and non-reproducing workers. Social wasps are considered to be pests when they are around humans, and it is common to find nests close to buildings and homes. Wasps tend to sting people most often in late summer when wasp colonies stop breeding new workers, and the existing wasp workers are searching for sugary foods and are more likely to come into contact with humans. If people respond aggressively, the wasps are known to sting. Wasp nests that are made in or near houses, such as roof spaces, can also present a danger as the wasps might sting if people come close to them. Wasp stings are usually painful rather more than dangerous unless in some rare cases the person may suffer life-threatening anaphylactic shock.
Wasps usually won't sting unless you are a threat to them. If you accidentally put your hand or foot on a wasp or get too close to their nest, this is when they will sting. A wasps main priority is to find food. Wasps usually sting once and then leave, and if you stop being a threat, they usually leave you alone. Remove any stingers immediately. One suggestion is to scrape out the stinger with a credit card. You can try applying ice to the site for some mild relief. Apply ice for 20 minutes once every hour as needed until the pain goes away. You can wrap the ice in a towel or keep a cloth between the ice and skin to keep the skin from freezing. You can take some ibuprofen or acetaminophen for pain relief as needed. Wash the sting area with some soap and water. Place some hydrocortisone cream on the sting area to help relieve redness, itching, and swelling. If you know that you are allergic and have been prescribed an EpiPen make sure to carry it with you always, otherwise seek medical help.This diy ideas on how to get rid of wasps are just one of the diy ideas you will find on the "Household Hackers"YouTube" channel. On this video site, you will learn all sorts of tips and tricks that will save you time, money and teach you awesome, fun and new tricks and so much more. *
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