Bring peace of mind to your outdoor gatherings with our beautiful and reusable wasp trap. Bait with sweetened fruit juice (not included), and wasps and yellowjackets fly in -- while helpful bees remain uninterested! Unable to escape the funnel shape of the bottom tunnel, they inevitably drown in the liquid bait -- all without the use of dangerous pesticides!
Instructions for use: Remove cork; tip trap to the side. Pour about 1/8 cup sugar-water or soda into the opening and replace cork. Hang or place filled trap away from the party!
- Glass, metal, & cork
- 5.25" H x 3.5" diameter (13.3 x 8.9 cm)
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- June 4, 2018
I love these Glass Wasp Traps! They are beautiful and a welcome addition to my porch. I have also caught many of those annoying little gnats ... so they are definitely worth the money.
- May 30, 2018
I think it's lovely, hanging on my porch. Sturdy hanger and made well. I haven't used it yet...lol, but not sorry I bought it.
- May 6, 2018
I ordered the purple one. The color is exactly as shown. Itâs a nice size. Looks beautiful hanging among the branches in my daughterâs backyard trees. She placed it over a lilac bush which will be blooming soon, hoping to trap the wasps that hang around that area. Sheâs using a sugar water mix inside. No wasps caught yet, but as I mentioned, the bush is not quite in bloom. :) We love the bright color and beautiful shape. Hoping for great results! 👍🏻
- May 3, 2018
very attractive, attracts unwanted insects like wasps and flies, recommend!
- April 6, 2018
At last, an attractive way to keep the wasps, and yellowjackets too, I hope, away.
- April 1, 2018
Adorable and small, easier to deal with than my larger one!
- September 28, 2017
Beautiful glass. Haven't put anything in there to attract pests. Just like how the light reflects off of them.
- September 24, 2017
These are just the cutest glass bug catchers. We had alot of flies this summer and I am hoping that this will do the trick next year.