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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 »

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Wood-boring bees, also called carpenter bees, attack the wood of homes, but they can be destroyed by painting wood, filling in any cracks and crevices and using products such as Outlast NBS. Although a professional shoul... More »

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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 »

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Spraying a beehive with an insecticide aerosol kills bees. Spraying a hive with a spray composed of soap and water or spraying it with almond oil are less harsh bee-killing alternatives. More »

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To eliminate bumble bees, locate the bees' nest and treat it with soapy water or insecticide dust. Aerosol-type insecticide spray is used to treat exposed nests. More »

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To get rid of carpenter bees, apply insecticidal dust to the nests that they have built. If they haven't infested yet, varnish or paint any exposed wood on buildings on your property, as these bees prefer to build nests ... More »

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To get rid of bumblebees, put on protective clothing, spray above-ground nests with liquid pesticide and treat subterranean nests with bellows-blown pesticide dust. This one-hour process must be performed at night. It re... More »

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