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    I don't even worry about them anymore. I just open the case look if they are in it, do what I have to do and close it back up. I don't get stung anymore so I don't kill them. I have seen some pretty funny things over the years that have to do with wasps and muddaulbers. But when they did for that matter most dish soap in hot water will kill them and that's what I prefer. . The most important thing is either reading the label to see if it is a conductor or being certain the power is off.


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    Nu Blast, I took out a whole colony of YJ's. Stuff ain't cheap but you can get them from 20 feet.

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    In a pinch.....I use a flame thrower. I'll burn the world down before I let one of those little f**k**s sting me. That may be a little over the top for some people. I HATE yellow jackets.


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    Nu Blast from Nu Calgon (Johnstone) is instant death even to the prehistoric sized hornets. The only time I ever used more than one can was at Circuit City (remember them?) because their roof had all those aerial brackets and clutter which provided a HUD for wasps, biggest communities I ever saw. Just don't get the spray on you or you will learn the definition of "organophosphate poisoning".

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    Been doing that for years. You can knock them out of the air at 20 feet.
    Quote Originally Posted by JohninJoliet View Post
    Nu Blast from Nu Calgon (Johnstone) is instant death even to the prehistoric sized hornets. The only time I ever used more than one can was at Circuit City (remember them?) because their roof had all those aerial brackets and clutter which provided a HUD for wasps, biggest communities I ever saw. Just don't get the spray on you or you will learn the definition of "organophosphate poisoning".

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    Target practice. And you get paid to do it !!


    Quote Originally Posted by lytning View Post
    Been doing that for years. You can knock them out of the air at 20 feet.

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    Those fuses and everything inside better be good cause the only way I'm going inside is with dynamite.


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    NU Blast to clean it.
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    Those fuses and everything inside better be good cause the only way I'm going inside is with dynamite.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BBeerme View Post
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    How do they not arc out



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    Low dielectric bugs, or they have luck we wish we had!

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    Electricity travels through living organisms due to water content... water conducts electricity.

    Electricity can travel through a rat that crosses the wires...
    Yet not do well through half a dozen bees side by side.

    I have not had a wasp infested disconnect in a while...
    Hope that is not a bad omen...
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    *Installation is more important than the brand of equipment
    *The duct system keeps the house comfortable; the equipment only heats and cools (and dehumidifies)
    *Cheap is not good, good is not cheap; however expensive is not a guarantee of quality!
    Choose your contractor wisely!

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    Got hit twice on the neck last year. the nest was under a ladder rung from one roof to the next. I bang the S out of ladders left on the roof now before I get on them lol.

    I was taking the long way around this one

    If you piss one off you piss them all off.



    I've used the soap thing before like spray bubbles. Works fine on a few. Knocks them down they can't breath and die

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