Wasps in My Bedroom

How the heck did wasps get into my room? The window to be exact, my room window, doesn't have any holes or none that I can see and i never leave my room door open. I don't want to kill it because if you kill it, it will leave a chemical behind telling the others that it is in danger and they will come instantly.

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By Victoria .T from San Martin, CA

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March 17, 20130 found this helpful

Quick - go to home depot, Lowes or Menards and ask for help. Or, maybe they are building a nest inside the walls and you need an exterminator. Act quickly.

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March 18, 20130 found this helpful

Grab the hair spray and spray it it cannot send a message at this point it will stiffen and drop to the floor and cannot bite you that will give you time to track thier entrance.I am allergic to thier venom and this works great

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April 16, 20170 found this helpful

Carpenter bees do not like citrus, you can spray the areas they
Are working on with citrus spray from the dollar store, also

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Wd40 works to spray inside the exciting holes, they back out
And die on the spot. Stuff with steel wood and spray with
Enamel varnish. It is better to work at night to prevent getting
Stung. Also take hairspray to spray any insect in the air in
The daytime. They drop , then you step on them. This is good
For any inside bug, flying or not. Also the ants die outside, I also
Have used spray oven cleaner on outside ants. A yellow jacket
Nest in the ground can be killed at night by using boiling water
To pour on the area.

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