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Kill Wasps with Dish Soap and Water

 
msz
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Kill Wasps with Dish Soap and Water
Has anyone tried this?



I have read about people mixing 3T of dish soap in a quart of water then spraying on a wasps nest...

The video shows how quickly they die! The film left on them keeps them from breathing.

in the comments, a guy in the pest control business uses lemon scented dish soap and a couple of people use pinesol


Now wasps do have a function in nature - they eat bad bugs. So if they are not close to the front door, or where the kids play, I say, just leave them alone.

But if they are too close for comfort - I'd try this...
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07/06/2012 11:19 AM

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Wish I had seen that three days ago. I found a yellowjacket nest on my fence, and drove to CVS for wasp spray. Could have saved $5.

Thanks, OP.

Last Edited by Revbo™ on 07/06/2012 11:19 AM
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Must be a different type of wasp. I have the mud type and I've never had any problems with them. They eat other bugs so I let them live.
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I prefer setting the nests on fire, it's more fun lol
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The wasps need to think of something to get rid of us!!!
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I prefer setting the nests on fire, it's more fun lol
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thats what I would choose, but they usually nest on my house!
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The wasps need to think of something to get rid of us!!!
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if only we could program them to pester the bankers, and politicians!
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Must be a different type of wasp. I have the mud type and I've never had any problems with them. They eat other bugs so I let them live.
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We have the paper wasps in our yard. Same here, they are pretty mellow, they don't bother us so we let them live as well.
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It works. The soap suffocates them.
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We have a whole smorgasbord of different kinds of wasps flying around the birdbath in this heat. I don't know where the nests are though.
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Poor wasps :(
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Wish I had seen that three days ago. I found a yellowjacket nest on my fence, and drove to CVS for wasp spray. Could have saved $5.

Thanks, OP.
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that's for people.
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in the comments, a guy in the pest control business uses lemon scented dish soap and a couple of people use pinesol

lemon dish soap and water in a white plate kills mosquitos great.
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lemon dish soap and water in a white plate kills mosquitos great.
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good tip, thanks!

wasps may serve a purpose and I would only kill them if they were stinging my loved ones

MOSQUITOES SERVE NO PURPOSE!
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Re: Kill Wasps with Dish Soap and Water
Has anyone tried this?



I have read about people mixing 3T of dish soap in a quart of water then spraying on a wasps nest...

The video shows how quickly they die! The film left on them keeps them from breathing.

in the comments, a guy in the pest control business uses lemon scented dish soap and a couple of people use pinesol


Now wasps do have a function in nature - they eat bad bugs. So if they are not close to the front door, or where the kids play, I say, just leave them alone.

But if they are too close for comfort - I'd try this...
 Quoting: msz


Do it after the sun goes down, they'll be asleep and dead before they know it. Do it during the day and you'll get stung a lot.
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So what's stopping that happening to us in the long run?
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07/06/2012 12:39 PM

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Why would you want to kill any living creature?
WAR INSIDE MY HEAD.
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Just be careful of yellow jacket wasps, don't stand to far underneath a yellow jacket nest because if they get agitated their first response is to drop straight down from the nest before opening their wings to fly out.

It's just how they launch into flight to avoid hitting each other or damaging their nest...but if your too close under them they will wind up dropping directly on you.
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traay it yoorself for amaaarzing rresuults
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Why would you want to kill any living creature?
 Quoting: Hawk-02


self defense?

preventing pain and suffering of loved ones

keeping the exterior of the house clean

some people are allergic

if you dont stop them, it may get out of control

etc...
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Re: Kill Wasps with Dish Soap and Water
top tip! cheap and no poison!
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Re: Kill Wasps with Dish Soap and Water
top tip! cheap and no poison!
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yeah, thats kinda the main reason for this, - I was looking into something natural that wont hurt the planet. AND only kill the wasps that are in attack mode, since they do serve a purpose otherwise.

So I would say use a natural lemon scented soap, after dark, if you are going to attempt this

thanks to all replies!
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Re: Kill Wasps with Dish Soap and Water
Must be a different type of wasp. I have the mud type and I've never had any problems with them. They eat other bugs so I let them live.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18918191


Yeah, these are the kind that sting your toddler. They gots to go, and I can't reason with them.

Last Edited by Revbo™ on 07/06/2012 02:09 PM
Rev. 21:4 He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.
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Re: Kill Wasps with Dish Soap and Water
lemon dish soap and water in a white plate kills mosquitos great.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18345296


good tip, thanks!

wasps may serve a purpose and I would only kill them if they were stinging my loved ones

MOSQUITOES SERVE NO PURPOSE!
 Quoting: msz


You would actually wait for them to sting first? Wasps in South Florida sting for no reason and hurt like a bitch. Judging by the number of bugs around here I'd say their doing a crappy job of population control so I have no use for them. Nothing personal.
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Re: Kill Wasps with Dish Soap and Water
lemon dish soap and water in a white plate kills mosquitos great.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18345296


good tip, thanks!

wasps may serve a purpose and I would only kill them if they were stinging my loved ones

MOSQUITOES SERVE NO PURPOSE!
 Quoting: msz


You would actually wait for them to sting first? Wasps in South Florida sting for no reason and hurt like a bitch. Judging by the number of bugs around here I'd say their doing a crappy job of population control so I have no use for them. Nothing personal.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1286423


Ha. I didn't notice that. Yeah, you don't wait for the wasps to strike first. Gotta go all George Dubya on their asses and pre-empt.
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I just mixed ajax dish soap and murphys floor soap and sprayed a very large hive. They droped like flies and the ones that didnt are like bin ladens troops they dont know what to do
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I prefer setting the nests on fire, it's more fun lol
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Ahhh, Hell yeah!
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Must be something about that dish detergent. You can collect pesky summer fruit flies (that actually eat off of your plate if not taken care of) with apple vinegar in a bowl with drops of dish detergent. It really works.
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I just mixed ajax dish soap and murphys floor soap and sprayed a very large hive. They droped like flies and the ones that didnt are like bin ladens troops they dont know what to do
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yay
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You can also mix dishsoap, water & a little soda/pop in a plastic container. Set the container near the area you'd like to rid of hornets & watch how many you catch & kill.
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Re: Kill Wasps with Dish Soap and Water
Has anyone tried this?



I have read about people mixing 3T of dish soap in a quart of water then spraying on a wasps nest...

The video shows how quickly they die! The film left on them keeps them from breathing.

in the comments, a guy in the pest control business uses lemon scented dish soap and a couple of people use pinesol


Now wasps do have a function in nature - they eat bad bugs. So if they are not close to the front door, or where the kids play, I say, just leave them alone.

But if they are too close for comfort - I'd try this...
 Quoting: msz


You can kill the whole nest by putting out honey laced with slow acting poison.

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