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Bee Spray

All-Natural "Magic" Bug Spray! - spray around your yard to get rid of bees, mosquitoes, flies, and other insects. Made from onion, garlic, water, cayenne pepper, and dish soap.

The best wasp/yellowjacket repellant for summer picnics: 2 ounces of mint extract. 2 ounces peppermint extract. 10 ounces rubbing alcohol. Pour ingredients into spray bottle and label. Spray down picnic area and play area. The mint is neurotoxic to bees and wasps. Somehow they know to stay away, but if you spray it on them directly it can also kill them.

How to Make At-Home Bee Spray (all-natural, no harsh chemicals)

Happy Earth Day everyone! I thought today would be an appropriate time to share a little earth...

How to Get Rid of Carpenter Bees-It's very easy to do yourself, and it 100% works! I have used this to get rid of Carpenter bees my whole life. You will need a can of WD40 spray, the one with the long sprayer tip at the end works best. Spray the WD40 into each bee hole. Spray a pretty good amount, and the bees will fall out and die. This will keep the bees gone all year long.

Bee In My Bonnet: Spray Bottle Cover Tutorial and a Recipe for spray starch...

Homemade Fly Spray | Weed 'em & Reap and links to other natural care recipes for the outdoors and gardening

DIY: Lace Light Bulbs - Spray paint a doily onto a light bulb. When the light shines through, it will cast a beautiful pattern on your walls.

Cheap and Natural: DIY Spray Deodorant (Burt's Bee's copycat recipe)

Natural Wasp Spray: www.kitchenstewar...

To kill flys, bees, hornets and wasps, spray with Windex. On housefly's it usually only takes a small whiff to knock them out of the air and kill them. Wasps will fall right away too but you may need to hit them with another dose. Ants can be discouraged by spraying around doors and windows as well as on the ants themselves though I think there are other products that work better for them... it's not bad in a pinch. :)

Fly Spray and other good, natural ideas | Where to buy essential oils: www.thepaleomama....

Cleaning liquid that doubles as bug killer... If menacing bees, wasps, hornets, or yellow jackets get in your home and you can't find the insecticide, try a spray of Formula 409. Insects drop to the ground instantly.

DIY Bee and Wasp Catcher! Soda, sugar, beer, vinegar SWEETS and a little cooking spray! WaLA....GONE!

Wasp Spray; I can REALLY attest to it's effectiveness in killing wasp. Dish detergent and warm water in a sprayer! The wasps were dying right before my eyes! I would call that instant gratification. Just spray it repeatedly.

Burt's Bees Rosewater Toner - A nice way to refresh my client's skin before makeup application.

The trick to getting rid of carpenter bee and hornet nests? Spray insecticide under the cover of darkness. If you have honeybees, look for a local beekeeper who might come and take the nest so they can live to pollinate another day. | Photo: Michael Westhoff/Getty |

Use vinegar to help paint stick to rusty metal. Just rub it on with a rag. Who knew?  So that's what I did with my glider. I poured vinegar onto a rag and rubbed it on to the metal. It dries almost instantly. I spray painted on grey primer.

Hawthorn - Hawthorn announces early summer with its sprays of white flowers. Pollinators such as bees and butterflies love the blooms. Then in late summer and fall, it attracts birds with its small red fruits. The orange-red autumn color adds another layer of appeal.

Natural Oil Spray to Repel Carpenter Bees, Wasps, etc.

Spraying the bees with sugar water to calm them - 1 c warm water to 1 c sugar in a spray bottle

Gnome Michaels RE-love Challenge recycle by Sugar_Bee_Crafts

Ok... So I tried the rubber-band with spray paint trick (didn't work for me)... So now I'm going to try this. I want a Bumble Bee look for vases for my daughter's nursery!

Instead of using a smoker to calm bees, you can also try spray ing them with "Honey-B-Healthy & water. It will keep them busy "cleaning" themselves off when you do a hive inspection......(sugar water may work as well)

A bee balances two water droplets on its back as it perches on a flower. The picture was taken by keen photographer Agus Sudarmanto near Doha, Qatar. He said: "There is no rain at all here so we have to spray water periodically on flowers. This is the reason there were drops on the bee, but it was amazing how it was just delicately balanced on his back."