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Posted: 3/13/2006 5:39:01 PM EDT
All of them must die!!!!

How do you kill things the stinking things?

I came just short of trying to shoot them with a 22 pistol because they are too quick for wasp spray.
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 5:41:43 PM EDT
Burn them with fire
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 5:45:19 PM EDT
they are always flying round my house bout eye level. They go up to the eves, but come back down. I take an old tennis rackt and swat them to the ground and stomp em. Works every time.

I then take a saturday morning and get some wood putty and fill in the holes. Take some wasp killer to spray the hole first. You want to make sure you get the bee out first, then putty over. The dying bee in the wood will emit a pheramone to attract more bees to the site if you don't get the bastard out.
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 5:46:27 PM EDT
Get some termites to chase them out.
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 5:48:46 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/13/2006 5:49:13 PM EDT by rifleman2000]
How much wood would a wood bee bore if a wood bee would bore wood?
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 5:49:31 PM EDT
My buddy had some carpenter bees in his barn once. Our solution was to beat on the barn with a hammer to stir them up, then disintegrate them with our 12 gauges...
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 5:50:45 PM EDT
Anybody have a link to that old thread where some dude shot an AR15 into a barrel full of bees? It was probably second only to "you can't bring fire on an airplane."
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 5:52:57 PM EDT
They don't stand up well to carburater cleaner. Just be careful of some painted surfaces.
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 5:54:28 PM EDT
Badminton racket!
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 5:55:30 PM EDT
I had a beehive built into one of my walls one time. The bees were showing up in my laundry room.

All I did was leave the light on and go in there once an evening with the ol' trusty Hoover upright. The first and second nights, I sucked up about 40 bees and then they started tapering off. After about a week or so, they were all gone.

They did know what hit them. By the time they realized something was wrong....TTTHHHOOOOPPP! They were in the bag.
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 5:55:40 PM EDT
catch 'em, put them in the freezer for a while, and glue them to small balsa wood airplanes.

Vroom vroom, you'd have the SuperHornet of insect powered airplanes.

flypower
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 6:12:36 PM EDT
Lots of wasp spray, and putty. Smoke too.
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 6:13:58 PM EDT
I shoot them down with my drozd bb machinegun.
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 6:23:47 PM EDT

Originally Posted By dvr9:
they are always flying round my house bout eye level. They go up to the eves, but come back down. I take an old tennis rackt and swat them to the ground and stomp em. Works every time.

I then take a saturday morning and get some wood putty and fill in the holes. Take some wasp killer to spray the hole first. You want to make sure you get the bee out first, then putty over. The dying bee in the wood will emit a pheramone to attract more bees to the site if you don't get the bastard out.



That's why it's not good to kill individual bees, of ANY kind.

The wood bees won't bother you; ignore them. Just replace the rotted wood when the season is over. Oh, crap. You live in Florida.
Link Posted: 3/13/2006 6:32:02 PM EDT
.22LR shotshells.
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