Please Note: Trap includes 1 lure. For additional lures please click here.
This trap provides a safe, non-toxic way to control wasps and yellowjackets. Simply add the included lure, a bit of water, and replace the stopper on the trap. Hang or place in an area with high wasp concentrations. Wasps fly up through the bottom hole, become trapped, and drown in the water. After two weeks replace the lure, or just add any sweet liquid, apple juice works fine. Note: In the spring and early summer, wasps are attracted to protein-based baits; use sweet baits in later summer and into fall.
A few drops of dish soap in the water will make it hard for the wasps to tread water, and will hasten their demise. You can also add a 1/4 cup of vinegar to the water to discourage honeybees from entering the trap in search of water.
The trap can be hung or set on a flat surface. Wasps can fly up into the bottom even when it is placed on the ground.
To clean the trap, remove the stopper, empty, and rinse.
Measures 5 inches in diameter by 8 inches high.
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|Dimensions||5" in diameter x 8" high|
|Key Feature||Safe non-toxic way to control wasps and yellowjackets. Includes 1 lure.|
|Origin||Made in the U.S.A.|
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Questions about the Non-Toxic Glass Wasp Trap
- From Nancy at 7/28/12 6:49 AM
- From Kelly at 5/27/12 7:53 PM
- I was just wondering if anyone knows where to buy more wire and a cork for these types of traps? I have the glass, but the wire that was on it rusted & broke, and I have no idea where the cork went. Thanks!
- Hi Kelly, thanks for your question. The easiest way to replace those parts is likely to purchase wire and cork from a local craft store - they should work with the wasp trap with no problems.
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- From Tim at 7/1/11 5:50 PM
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