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Hate wasps? Read on...

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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
I got my gardening magazine from Hillier and they are advertising something called a WASPINATOR.
Quite simply put the Waspinator is the worlds most innovative & environmentally friendly way to deter wasps from around your home and garden.

Unlike conventional traps, there are no sticky substances or chemicals used, making it much better for the environment. As there is no need to kill wasps there will be no alarm scent released which is known to attract other wasps.

The Waspinator utilises the wasp's natural instincts to deter them from your eating area. Wasps are extremely territorial and if they see or sense an enemy nest then they will simply fly away. And that is exactly what the waspinator does - it makes wasps believe they are in other wasp territory by mimicking the shape and colour of a wasp nest.

Simply hang it in the area you are, and working like a scarecrow does in a field, you will enjoy wasp free days and nights without any embarrassing arm flapping incidents.

Compact, easy to use and move, environmentally friendly and weatherproof, the Waspinator is a safe, clean and effective wasp deterrent.

I copied and pasted that from wasp-away.co.uk
but you can get them from Amazon and, obviously, Hillier Garden Centre. I haven't posted this as a deal because you may be able to get these cheaper than the £9.99 for 2 at Hilliers. But I think they are a good idea if yout bothered by wasps.
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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[url]www.wasp-away.co.uk[/url]
#2
Looks like a Haggis hanging from a branch. :thumbsup:
#3
stefor
Looks like a Haggis hanging from a branch. :thumbsup:


That deters far more than just a standard wasp.

Looks interesting scabbers, I'll wait to see if anyone gets one and tells us if it works first :thumbsup:
#4
Robotochan
That deters far more than just a standard wasp.

Looks interesting scabbers, I'll wait to see if anyone gets one and tells us if it works first :thumbsup:


I did a search on them and there were some good reviews :thumbsup:

I know it's not the most attractive looking thing but I don't suppose you HAVE to have it hanging from your parasol!
#5
I'll be wearing it as a necklace :p Had the little gits!
#6
I use one of these scares off all garden pest, including Cats, snails and slugs suffer though.
http://www.geocities.com/steves_workshop/gas_torch_1.jpg
#7
pmsl, and you can light the BBQ with it.
scousekop;5544547
I use one of these scares off all garden pest, including Cats, snails and slugs suffer though.
http://www.geocities.com/steves_workshop/gas_torch_1.jpg
#8
If you used that on my cat, I would use it on your a*** hole !!
#9
kjbenja
If you used that on my cat, I would use it on your a*** hole !!

If i caught your cat in my garden, shaping itself into my herb patch, then yes your Cat would get Chargrilled, But hey, whats the chances of your Cat fouling my Garden, you finding out it was me who turned your Cat into a Kebab, and you being able to access my blowtorch then holding me down while lighting said blowtorch, and burning my ring, Longshot tbh.:thumbsup:

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