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    Wasp Trap

    Wasps can be deterred -- or they can be trapped. Here are solutions for both that are safe for use around your family and pets. 
     
  • Wasp Trap
    $14.95
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    More Details Dine outdoors without fear of stings! Simply bait this colorful trap by pouring in a little fruit juice or sugar water and place it outdoors. Wasps will be lured to the trap, instead of to you and your food! The insects enter through the opening in the bottom, and then are unable to escape. Hang the trap from a tree or post using the attached metal hanger, or simply set it on a flat surface. ...
  • Dynatrap® DT1050 Outdoor Mosquito Trap
    $129.00
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    Designed to coordinate with your outdoor décor, this mosquito trap is efficient and economical. Powerful UV-emitting bulb and carbon-dioxide attracts insects to the unit. Then, a powerful fan draws them into the retaining cage where they dehydrate and die. A bug-free summer is yours for the taking!

  • BioCare® AGO Mosquito Traps, Set of 2
    $59.95
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    This smart system lures in female mosquitoes looking to lay their eggs, but never lets them get to it! Instead, they get trapped inside an inner capture chamber. Easy setup: fill each bucket to the mark with water and add some hay or grass — the mosquitoes will find it irresistible and you'll be on your way to a bite-free summer.

  • Dynatrap DT3039 Flying Insect Trap
    $39.95
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    More Details Want a bug-free, bite-free home this summer? This sconce-like Dynatrap gives you safe, silent, and simple indoor insect control — plug it in and you're good to go! Long-lasting AtraktaGlo™ UV bulb will lure houseflies and other bugs for up to 3000 hours, and the cover discreetly hides the ones who succumbed to temptation. When it's full, the inner glue trap is easy to replace. Integrated AC and USB outlets (two each) mean you can ...
  • Natural Wasp Deterrent, Set of 2
    $9.95
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    More Details Turn your deck or patio into a no-fly zone with these imitation wasp nests. Research has demonstrated that wasps are territorial and avoid other nests. As this is made from paper, you need to hang it in a protected area under roof eaves or on a porch. Works for camping and picnicking too. Just hang and enjoy a wasp-free meal! Note: If a large nest has already been built, you will need to eliminate that ...
  • Sawyer® Premium Insect Repellent Clothing Spray
    $9.95
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    More Details Wear your favorite clothing while enjoying the benefits of insect protection. Simply spray on fabric and allow to dry before wearing or using. The active ingredient, permethrin, is a synthetic form of a natural repellent found in pyrethrum flowers. Sawyer Permethrin not only repels insects, it actually kills ticks, mosquitoes, chiggers, mites, and more than 55 other kinds of insects on contact. Permethrin is odorless after drying and will not stain or damage clothing, fabrics, ...
  • Portable Mosquito Repeller
    $29.95
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    Want to garden, dine or read outdoors without having to slap at pesky mosquitoes? Load a geraniol cartridge into this battery-powered repeller, set on a table or railing, and turn it on. Geraniol (geranium oil) repels insects 400% more effectively than citronella — including mosquitoes, gnats and the dreaded no-see-ums — yet smells pleasant to humans.

  • Mosquito Deterrent Diffuser
    $24.95
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    More Details Pour the essential oil, included, into the diffuser and then set it on a table or place it in the netting to hang it anywhere you want to repel these annoying pests. The porous ceramic diffuser allows the fragrance to migrate up the sides and diffuse into the air. Protects a 200 square foot area. Add more oil every two weeks -- if you smell the pleasant-smelling oils, it's working! Great for patios, barns, garages, ...

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