This one is similar to my "Juice Carton Wasp Trap", but it makes sure that very few wasps escape, due to the inward slope of the entrance
Here's the other trap!: https://www.instructables.com/id/Juice-Carton-Wasp-Trap/
Step 1: Preparations!
Of course a beer can or a fizzy-drink can would do the job too!
What you will need:
A sweet liquid
Step 2: Open That Can Up!
Trim the jagged edges of the two sections, just to avoid any cuts later on!
Step 3: Bait the Trap
This is a tried and tested formula, and works very well.
Fill the can up to about the 2 inch mark, and give it a swirl... The mixture should be sticky, and liquidy!
Step 4: Completing the Trap!
This is when you use your hammer to tap it down into the can.
You can use your magazine to place between the hammer and can, this makes the fitting process a lot easier!
The trap is complete when the top has been completely fitted into the bottom!
Step 5: Set Your Trap!
Don't leave it too long, I learned the hard way!
When the trap becomes too full, the wasps are able to escape, because they no longer "stick" to the gooey mixture.
It is a lot harder to dispose of a full trap, than a half-full trap!
I hope this helps with you wasp problem!