Thursday, October 23, 2014

GIVEAWAY and Review: Terro Wasp and Hornet Killer



This product, Terro Wasp and Hornet Killer, is not something you would typically see on Save Green Being Green, but I hope you understand that we are all shades of green and for different purposes. Personally, I hate wasps and hornets and while I take precautions to not expose my kids to sprays when I use them, but I do use them because I want them dead and gone. I was particularly interested in this spray because it is supposed to spray up to 20 feet and we have an area at our cabin where there is a nest that is my the 2nd floor loft window we can't reach without a ladder and do not have one that big there. I also like that it foam because it expands around the nest and you can see exactly how much is covered.

I took a little video that I hope you will watch of me trying to use it (while I am video tapeing, sorry I am not the greatest at multi-tasking those two things) for the first time.




Product Description from Terro:


Wasp and hornets painful stings strike fear in many, but there is a safe and effective way to kill these dreaded pests TERRO® Wasp and Hornet Killer is an easy-to-use entrapping foam spray that coats nests for a complete kill. For outdoor and indoor use, the aerosol can has a powerful jet spray that can reach nests up to 20 feet away, keeping the user a safe distance away from the nest . The entrapping foam kills wasps and hornets inside the nest as well as any returning.

Wasp and hornet nests are often found outdoors under eaves, near windows, doors, patios, carports and outdoor play areas. Indoors, nests are commonly found in attics. TERRO® Wasp & Hornet Killer can be used anywhere nests are built and where food is not exposed.

To prevent wasps from entering your home, spray around areas where they can enter, including gaps around outdoor plumbing and vents, cracks or crevices in foundations and along sills and ledges.

The best time to spray is at sunrise or dusk when insects are least active. Stand a safe distance from the nest and spray the opening of the nest until soaked and then spray the rest of the nest. The entrapping foam will remain on the nest to kill insects that return. Wait at least 24 hours before removing the nest.
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33 comments:

Julie said...

We have one under our top deck that I can't reach.

tabitha Willette said...

We could so use this. I love that it foams so you can see where it goes.

Meg said...

Looks like a great product to keep your kids safe from those awful bugs. Glad you got them taken care of!

Amanda Boehmer said...

I NEED THIS!!!!

Danielle Porter said...

Everywhere! In our pool shed, on our swinging bench, on our porch! The wasps keep coming back, and I haven't tried this brand. I'd love to give it a shot and see if it'll work better than what I'm using.

Becky H said...

We always have wasp build under the gutters on our house.

Kelly Kimmell said...

My Mom has one in the gutter at the corner of her porch. I'd love to win this for her.

Soo said...

In the far corner of our front porch.

arress said...

We have a nest under the stairs of our raised deck.

Wehaf said...

There is one in our retaining wall, next to the driveway.

Mandy Kauffman said...

We get nests under our gutters near the roof of our house. Thanks for the giveaway! :)

Sunnie said...

I wish I could find the nest, they are all over outside
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Holly said...

I have terrible wasps in the coop for my ducks!! It seems like we have tried to get rid of them a few times already, but it never works :( I would LOVE to give this a try!

Gina F. said...

I have a nest in the upper top corner in the shed.

Kristie said...

My folks have a nest in their backyard. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

Ronda said...

I have one by my kitchen window, 3 on my shed and one on the side of my house.

Dana said...

On my front porch...right at the door behind my night light. Scary coming in and out!

Dana said...

On my front porch...right at the door behind my night light. Scary coming in and out!

Robert said...

I have a couple on my front porch by our porch swing.

Gale said...

They keep trying to build a nest in our bathroom vent, on the eves near our door, and several other not convenient places.

Yolanda Scott said...

On our shed in the backyard. They come back every summer.

rebecca11111 said...

under our deck

rebecca11111 said...

under our deck

corey1971 said...

I sometimes get them in the overhang over my patio. (CoreyOlomon at gmail dot com)

Angela snoozy said...

We have a nest under our gutter in the back of our home!

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Karla said...

We have one on our barn

Deb Anderson said...

Under the eaves just as you walk out the front door. Yikes!

Diane Cooper said...

We have a nest on our back deck that needs to be taken care of.

eclairre said...

We have a nest under the stairs of our raised deck.

Connie Lee said...

The nest we have is high on the wall of my husbands work shop.

Nancy said...

We have a nest that is high under our eaves.

Nancy
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dlhaley said...

We have a nest under our roof.

Candie L said...

We have nests on my mother in laws porch. Thank you


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