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How To Make A Wood Bee Trap With An Old Milk Jug

Did you know that wood bees are attracted to the scent of PineSol? And we can use that knowledge to our advantage.

Whether you are allergic to the insects that show up without fail every summer or you are just tired of their presence, wood bees are a burden that annoys the entire family. That’s why we are forever searching for the perfect hack that will make this problem a thing of the past.

Wood bees have already been swarming all of our favorite spots this summer and we have had enough. Luckily, we are able to provide you with a helpful tip that works wonders. Seriously, you won’t be able to remember what your summers were like before you got all the wood bees to take off. Best of all, you are only going to need one household ingredient to get the job done.

Posted by Jill Gilmore Pritchett on Thursday, May 7, 2020

Did you know that wood bees are attracted to the scent of PineSol? And we can use that knowledge to our advantage. The sweet scent lures them in and the cleaning solution does the rest of the work from there. Jill even provides proof by sharing photos of the hack on her original Facebook post.

Posted by Jill Gilmore Pritchett on Thursday, May 7, 2020

She recommends hanging a plastic milk jug that has been filled with PineSol in high traffic areas for the bees. All you need to do is cut the milk jug on a slant, add the cleaning solution, and the rest takes care of itself. We must warn readers, though. Bee populations are crucial to our continued survival. If you do not have an actual bee problem at your home, do not launch an attack for the mere sake of doing so.

Thanks to this simple hack, those who are in need of assistance can finally protect their outdoor spaces. While we do not recommend this hack to anyone who does not have a severe bee-related issue, it will help those who truly need it immensely. If the bees are not bothering you, please do not bother them.