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Tom from Westchester County New York writes,

Is it safe to use inside house?

yellow jacket our inside my ceiling will they die off over the winter?


Wasp Freeze Aerosol is for outdoors use only. Nests in ceiling areas  are best treated by drilling into the infested void and injecting the nest with Tempo 1% Dust. 

1) Locate the nest. If you are not sure exactly where the nest is located, use a listening device to hone in as close as possible to the exact location.

2) Drill small holes directly into the nest from inside of the structure. If it is not possible to drill from the inside, the drilling can be done outside. If you do this, be sure to leave any outside entrance holes open until the beginning of fall when hatching is sure to be completed. Then the entrance may be sealed to prevent further nest establishment.

3) Apply Tempo 1% Dust liberally using a Centrobulb Duster (for easier application)

4) Seal any inside holes.

5) Repeat in 3 to 4 months to control for newly hatched yellow jackets.

Answer last updated on: 11/06/2014

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