This Carpenter Bee Trap is deceptively simple but extremely effective. The trap itself is constructed of wood and plastic bottles. The Carpenter Bee Trap does not need a bait or any additional lure to do its job. The trap looks like the holes where the carpenter bees live. They fly into the Carpenter Bee Trap become trapped in the plastic bottle and their buzzing and natural scent attracts their carpenter bee friends to come and join them.
Place the Carpenter Bee Trap over existing carpenter bee holes or in other areas of the structure where the sun shines directly. This trap once in place will last for years.
|Target pests:||Carpenter bees|
|For use in:||Outdoors over existing carpenter bee holes or other sunny areas on the exterior of a structure where carpenter bees may nest.|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed.|
|Material/Construction:||Wood and plastic bottles.|
|Special Features:||Simple to maintain trap using empty plastic bottles.|
|Manufactured By:||Carpenter Bee Solutions|
To use the Carpenter Bee Trap simply screw an empty plastic bottle into the trap and poke some small drain holes in the bottom to let rainwater out. When the bottle is full it can be removed and replaced with any standard plastic bottle. Simple and convenient.
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17 of 18 people found this review helpful:
Carpenter Bee trap
By Russell in Hollywood, SC on April 21, 2013
Hey, bought two. Both trapped bees within two days of putting up! However, the construction appeared to be done a little hasty, as there was inconsistencies in the workmanship...one's roof was completely to one side instead on centered...but hey, they worked fine...obviously the bees don't care!
17 of 17 people found this review helpful:
It truely works!
By Barbara in Macomb, MI on May 5, 2013
Finally after 5 years of torment, I can sit on my deck. Tried everything, including professional pest control. Took a few weeks, but after one bee found its way to "home", I had 20+ in the trap. So simple - so effective.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful:
Don't Buy it.
By John in New Market Md. on May 2, 2013
It is poorly made. Looks like a kid made it in cub scouts with a hand saw. I guess the bees think so also. No one has moved in yet. Bees al around but none in the bottle. The trap has been up for over 1 week.
7 of 8 people found this review helpful:
Waste of $. I had to leave one jujst to get this review thro
By Valerie in Toms River, New jersey on May 29, 2013
I hung mine up and NOTHING!! Waste of money. I caught 114 Carpenter bees in one week with a shrimp net and killed them with my favorite weapon, my shoes.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful:
Carpenter Bee Trap
June 7, 2013
You really do not want to post my review. It was a waste of money and I feel foolish for buying it.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful:
No Luck Catching Carpenter Bees
June 10, 2013
I hung the Carpenter Bee trap on the sunny side of the house where carpenter bees are having a field day drilling my house. Not one has shown any interest in this so-called trap.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful:
Simple but WORKS
June 2, 2013
Ok, simple and made with cheap materials, however, works Very Well. After 2 weeks, 7 bees in my trap. I'm thinking of purchasing more and positioning them all around my yard/house.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
Made one myself
By Sarah in Tina, Mo on June 16, 2013
After seeing these online I decided to make one myself. It only took about 45 min to make and after hanging 3 days ago I have 4 bees in it. This was simple to make and is working well. Not sure how many bees we have left after killing a handful with the water hose and a tennis racket!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
June 6, 2013
it really works! just got my 10th bee in a weeks time, wish i had known about this a long time ago. they have been chewing my red cedar house for years.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Carpender Bee Trap
June 2, 2013
I found this trap to be useful to the problem i had with the bees.I do have to praise this product.
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May 26, 2013Marsha from Asheville Nc asked:
QHow and what is the trap attached to?
Can you hang it from a nail? Or do you nail or screw it to the wood surface?
AThe carpenter bee trap has a flat top and one flat side so it may be screwed to wood directly over the existing carpenter bee holes. You can also just hang the carpenter bee trap by the wire on top. If you wish to remove the wire, just push it out through the bottom of the carpenter bee trap. If you have a new structure and want to avoid a carpenter bee infestation, place the carpenter bee traps on corners and peaks of buildings for the best results. Carpenter bees really prefer the sunny side, so the carpenter bee traps will catch more carpenter bees on that side.
April 12, 2013Daniel from United States asked:
QDoes the Carpenter Bee Trap come with the wood that contains the hole?
AThe carpenter bee traps comes with the piece of wood that contains the hole.
June 1, 2013Lindsey from Belle Vernon Pa asked:
QHow do I keep the bees in the trap?
I had a bee go into the trap and then got out? Aren't they suppose to get stuck in it?
AYes, the idea of the Carpenter Bee trap is that the bees have no way of escaping. This is very strange that the bee was able to escape. Please contact Carpenter Bee Solutions for help trouble shooting with this trap.
May 21, 2013Sue from Melrose, Massachusetts asked:
QOnce they're trapped, now what?
What is recommended to do with the bees once they're trapped in the bottle? Is there a humane way to dispose of them? If brought to a heavily wooded area, would they be more likely to use trees instead of buildings?
AWe think this question would be better answered by the creater of the trap to assist you in humanely removing them. You can reach Carpenter Bee Solutions at 256-253-2019.