HOW TO EXTERMINATE BEES IN YOUR HOME
While a very important part of our ecosystem, bees can cause real trouble at home. They put the health of your little children at risk, especially those who are sting-allergic.
Remove your worries! Here are some simple and safe ways to keep that buzz away from your home.
You can buy bee sprays online or at a local store. Though, you can make a homemade one. Bees usually like sweet smells such as floral perfume, fruit, and honey. They are deterred by particular odors as well, typically cinnamon and peppermint. You can use these ingredients to make your own bee spray.
Mix one drop of cinnamon oil, peppermint oil, or tea tree oil (or all of them) with one cup of unscented baby shampoo. Spray the mixture on places you want to keep bees away from.
Toss a few cucumber peels. The fragrance they give is not attractive to bees. Another natural repellent method is to scatter garlic powder in areas where bees assemble. Otherwise, plant bee-repelling plants in containers close to your home or your garden.
To make natural pesticides, add a single teaspoon of canola oil or vinegar to a quart of water. This solution makes it hard for bees to fly and even suffocate them. Add some dish soap to the solution for a more effective result.
You might also want to consider repelling bees with food-grade diatomaceous earth. It is an organic pesticide which includes ground diatom shells.
If killing bees in a hard way is in your least option, we suggest calling a beekeeper. The role of a beekeeper is to get rid of bees in a safe manner – without having to harm or kill them as well as your garden and home.
Usually, beekeepers remove the bees and nest. You can get their service for free, while others allow you to spend some bucks.
Pest Control Service
Many pest control services are willing to help you exterminate those annoying pests and live in a safe home. Go-Forth Pest Control, for instance, provides homeowners with a complete guarantee and numerous benefits upon investing in their service.
The pest specialists are fully equipped with protective bee veils and suits so you’ll have the confidence that they can effectively deal with the bees. Since these experts are trained in bee’s breeding habits and biology, they exactly know the type of treatment suitable both to the environment and the bee.
Get rid of bees naturally with these organic ways:
Mothballs: Hang some mothballs in a think sock or old nylon near the bee nest.
Zapper: Hang or put a bug zapper strip close to the hive.
Soda Pop: Cut a soda bottle in half and fill the bottom half with a sweet soda.
These options are guaranteed to exterminate unwanted bees either indoor or outdoor. But to ensure they won’t return and continue to irritate you, it is recommended to contact a local beekeeper or hire a pest control professional from Go-Forth Pest Control.