#1
So I went to the storage shed to cut the grass for the first time in a while and I noticed a lot of bees living in there. Can anyone recommend anything I can do to get rid of them or any products I can use that won't poison everything else in the shed?
#3
Lure them out with a honey/syrup/sugar, then just get what you need.

Or train them...

I wanna bee army
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#8
Barrel Roll into the shed...
Then rub some Icy Hot on the hive...
Then procede to rape the bees...
From which they will most certainly contract AIDS...
And to finish it off scream "UG FTW!" once said bees have deceased.
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#9
Throw in a flashbang then storm them with your rail gun.

It's not rocket science!
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#11
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Barrel Roll into the shed...
Then rub some Icy Hot on the hive...
Then procede to rape the bees...
From which they will most certainly contract AIDS...
And to finish it off scream "UG FTW!" once said bees have deceased.


wow thats epic
#12
try to use anything that produces a lot of smoke. when they leave do what you need to remove the hive and there you go
#13
Can of starter fluid+lighter=flamthrower AKA bee death.
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#14
smoke the shed first, than take something like Great Stuff and completely foam over the hive. once dried, smoke the shed again and remove hive. However, that probably kills the bees. To keep them alive, smoke out the shed, wear clothing that covers every part of your body, remove the hive, and throw it into woods in your back yard/over the fence etc.
#17
i would throw my little brother in there and have him shake up the place a little, get their attention, and while he's running away crying and screaming, move in and take out the hive...

it's foolproof.
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#20
Just call an exterminator jeez doesn't take a genius to figure that one out
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#23
I had a hornet nest on the side of my house once. I swear, it was like being attacked by flying cats. Those things are ridiculous.

My dad had to get rid of them with one of those industrial bug spray pump things. I'm not sure where you would buy one though.
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#24
Any sort of high strength bug spray should do the trick. Don't know where you'd buy it but your local supermarket will probably have some. Just use something to keep the button pressed down so that the spray continuously pours out. Throw a few in there and shut the door. Leave it a few days and then open the door to let all those poisonous gasses out, and hey presto, one dead bee colony.

WARNING: Extreme fire hazard! Do not be stupid and smoke near your shed when doing this..... No really, don't
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#26
Axe or Bug spray + lighter. worked for me. but got them pissed.

alternatively you could smoke them out/asleep, and then kill them.

theres also some insta wasp/hornet/bee killer out there somewhere. prolly get it at a garden store.
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#29
It's probably wasps. Bees don't live in sheds.

I'd just use RAID. But watch out because you can develop a potentially serious allergy even if you have never been known to have one before.

It can kill you.

Bug bombs are pretty effective. Have someone else with you in case you get stung, and make sure you have lines on your cell phone - you might need to call 911, and I'm not kidding.

But if you bomb, just follow the directions. You should be able to use the shed again in 12 hours or so. Then find out where they're getting in and seal it up.
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#30
It's not that hard to get rid of them. I do all summer with our sheds. I buy about 2 cans of RAID and spray quickly, come back half an hour later with a hose and hose the nest off the shed.
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