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Just wondered if there was a sprayable liquid that could be put through a 2-3 gallon sprayer???  Our campgrounds in northern Ohio has them boring into our picnic tables. tks

As explained in our CARPENTER BEE CONTROL ARTICLE, these bees don’t really discriminate when it comes to wood. Picnic tables are commonly made from pine, redwood and cedar and all three will be drilled out and bored into for nesting if left untreated. Fortunately there are some sprays available to stop the damage and nests from forming.

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Hello,

We appreciate your site and product list and want to see if you have what we need. Last Summer, we had a bee keeper come and remove our honey bees and honey from an eve that extends about one foot out from our house. The bees are gone, but we want to make sure that they don’t come back and have heard that their pheromones will attract more if any of the hive is left behind. What remains of the combs are very much stuck to the eve and we don’t want to have to tear the whole thing down. Could one of your products be used to coat the remaining comb with so it won’t attract any more bees? If not, do you have ant suggestions?

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I’ve got several carpenter bees flying around my house I want to KILL!! What do you suggest I use? I see you have the spray and the wasp freeze but I want the stuff that will kill the best. I hate these things!!!

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