There are a number of natural techniques used to repel bees and wasps without harming them. Bees and wasps are drawn to sweet smells such as honey, fruit or perfume and avoid strong smells such as peppermint or cinnamon.... More »

To get rid of bees in siding, insecticide must be applied around areas where bees are entering or exiting. Honey bees are typically removed by rehoming the hive, rather than killing the bees. More »

Sweat bees can be controlled or eradicated by keeping the soil thick with extra layers of mulch, and keeping the soil well hydrated. Sweat bees prefer dry, thin soils. Pest control remedies that work for other types of b... More »

Get rid of bees in an organic, nontoxic way by luring them away with sweet smelling fruit. It can take several days for bees to permanently leave a location. You need a sandwich bag and fresh fruit such as mangos or pear... More »

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According to Do-It-Yourself Pest Control, using an appropriate insecticide dust helps to control wood boring bees. Once the bees exit, most eventually die from the poison. Filling the channels they have created with caul... More »

To get rid of bees and mud wasps, kill them, remove their nests so that they can't return and make the area undesirable to them. Take precautions to prevent stings while killing insects and removing their nests. More »

The best option for removing bees from a wall is to contact a professional exterminator. For small-scale infestations, it is possible to remove the bees yourself using commercial pesticides. In some cases, waiting is an ... More »

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