Wasp Traps Outdoor Hanging Wasp Trapsolar Powered Hornet

Wasp Traps Outdoor Hanging Wasp Trapsolar Powered Hornet

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Description

Wasp Traps, Yellow Jacket Trap

  • ▶SOLAR BLUE LIGHT◀Turning on the switch on the back of trap cap,the blue Light will automatically turn on at night and generate warm blue glow to lure the insects. Hanging wasp traps outdoors during the day, recharged by sunlight thus ensuring uninterrupted control.
  • ▶DURABLE & REUSABLE◀ The improved version wasp trap is made of durable plastic and stainless steel,the wasp trap resists rust and hot heat,not easy to rust and fall off,easy to clean and reuse.No chemicals or radiation.
  • ▶EASY INSTALLATION◀ Simply add some sugar, water, honey, juice or beer as bait,flip the switch on, then hang it on, or place it on a flat surface. Suitable for balcony,villa,outdoor camping,park,farm,etc.
  • ▶DUAL ENTRY TUNNELS◀ One on each side,the wasp trap adopts a big-outside and small-inside design. Once the bugs get in,they will try to escape through the clear wall but eventually drown in the liquid or dehydrate to death.
  • ▶GOOD SHOPPING EXPERIENCE◀Satisfying customers is our top priority. If you have any questions for the wasp trap, you can always contact us,we promise to respond within 24 hours. 12 months return service. Join the shopping cart now!!!

Why Are Hornets Drawn To Certain Things?

The insects are frequently drawn to the scraps left behind near the outdoor dining areas. Nesting areas for hornets can be found in the tucked-away crevices and inaccessible soffits of homes. These are the perfect conditions for the insects. These regions are in close proximity to potential sources of food, such as flowers, garbage cans, and roadside rubbish.

Wasp Traps Can Be Baited With A Variety Of Things, But What Works Best?

Information about wasp traps outdoor hanging: You can use leftover pieces of meat or fruit scraps as bait and a few drops of dish soap. Beer, pop, or fruit leftovers are all good options. The soap lowers the surface tension of the liquid, which causes the wasps to sink to the bottom of the container where they will eventually drown rather than flying away to continue their annoying buzzing.

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