Easy To Use Wasp Trap
All you need is a 2-liter bottle, fatal funnel wasp trap, and the attractant recipe.
WASP & HORNET TRAP INSTRUCTIONS
Insert Fatal Funnel In 2-Liter Bottle:
- Add wasp attractant to bottle. Replace cap. (Figure 1)
- Cut 2" long crosshair opening for Funnel above fluid line. Use ruler, at bottom, as a guide. (Figure 2)
- Insert funnel into cut. Work funnel side to side to tighten funnel against bottle. (Figure 3)
- For best results ventilate the attractant by doing one of the following: Add a second funnel on the opposite side of bottle or poke small holes on top of bottle. (Figure 4)
Success of this wasp trap depends upon ventilating attractant.
|Warning: Use caution when cutting container.
Cut away from your body.
Placement of Traps: Place or hang wasp trap in problem area
where there is air movement, but not strong wind.
Caution: Use caution when placing and maintaining wasp and
hornet traps. To reduce risk of stings, place and maintain
wasp traps in late evening or early morning when wasps
are less active.
People allergic to wasp stings should allow others to
lace and maintain wasp traps. Wasp stings can be fatal.
Notice: Buyer assumes all risks associated with cutting container
and maintaining wasp traps.