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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7 of 7 people found this review helpful:
Carpenter Bee trap
By Russell 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!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
It truely works!
By Barbara 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.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Don't Buy it.
By John 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.