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Wasp spray can be a huge asset in wasp control, but using them safely is important when getting rid of wasps and nests. Wasps can cut a relaxing time short, causing everyone to run for cover or keep people from enjoying their space outdoors. Wasp or hornet nests near your home or property can cause many problems and hazards and it is important that they are removed, but even more important that they are removed safely. Continue reading below on this page to learn how to use wasp spray correctly.
There are many wasp sprays on the market, and most accomplish the same things: killing wasps in the air and treating nests. Most sprays offer instant knockdown of flying wasps, shooting spray up to 20 – 30 feet in some cases. Wasps and hornets will often make nests in the ground, in trees, eves of houses, wall voids, and attics, which can all be difficult to treat, so a far-shooting product will help in knockdown and control of nests at a safer distance.
Lucky for us, wasp sprays do most of the work when it comes to controlling nests and wasp populations. However, there are better ways to use them than just spraying wasps willy-nilly.
Safety is the top priority when using wasp sprays, so here are some guidelines to help you use your wasp spray safely and successfully.
The idea of substituting wasp spray for pepper spray has been gaining traction across the country, with many people keeping wasp spray near their desks or by the door to fend off possible attackers, intruders, robbers, etc. Since wasp spray has such a long spray range – about 20 feet – the notion of keeping your distance but still disabling the attacker is attractive to people. However, this method of self-defense could do more harm than good. There are several reasons that wasp spray should NOT be used as a substitute for pepper spray:
Pepper spray has been proven to be effective in self-defense, and is formulated for that very reason. Many pepper spray brands have a similar range to that of wasp spray, so you can still remain at distance when using them.