Caution: The attractant is very powerful. Hang traps away from human activity. Yellow jackets can sting and cause allergic reactions in some people.
Use extreme caution when maintaining or baiting traps. Bait and assemble the trap indoors. Before opening trap to replace bait, look to make sure all yellow jackets are dead.
Open trap. Cut off top of squeeze tube. Depending on type of trap, empty contents of tube onto attractant pad, cotton ball or other absorbent material.
Re-assemble trap. Wash hands to remove any attractant before hanging trap. Store unused attractants out of reach of children in a cool, dark place.
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My mother bought 3 different traps hoping @ least one would work, this one worked the fastest by far. She has had it for almost a week and it was so full there was no longer any fluid & had to add more water. I live in Minnesota & it is now getting cooler so the wasps & yellow jackets are getting more aggressive but there are fewer (so I thought). I was only seeing about 6 around my deck & less at a time so, I didn't expect to get many. The 1st day with in 3 hours of having it up there were 8 wasps & yellow jackets by 24 hours there are now 19 and it's been cold and drizzling. This stuff really does work!