The Waspinator - PIT925

How to Get Rid of Wasps

How to Get Rid of Wasps

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The Waspinator is not a wasp trap, but an ingenious exploitation of wasp territoriality. It so closely resembles a real wasp nest that it convinces visiting wasps that they have stumbled into the territory of an enemy nest and fly away. No chemicals, nothing sticky. Everything is included, just puff out the gray Waspinator bag and hang it from a suitable location; you should see a decrease in the number of wasps within 10-15 minutes. Easily transported on camping trips, picnic outings and back home again.

  • Item Model Number: PIT925
  • Shipping Dimensions: 11 x 8 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25 pounds

Customer Reviews

Product Made in China

just out of the box and I had to stitch the hanging tab back onto the fabric bag. Company that made it should have used reinforce disk to sew tab onto the bag. I don't know how long this is going to last outside in the real world.

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Works, but you may need more than one

This Waspinator works to get rid of wasps as long as you place it near the spot where they are trying to build nests. If you have more than one spot in your yard where you have wasps, you may need more than one of these.<br />Don't take it down after the wasps leave. They may come back!

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