How to Move a Stink Bug From Inside to Outside Without It Stinking You

Oh No! you have just found one of those little insects that stink anything they touch on your new suit you were going to wear this evening. no worries! In this instructables I will show you how to move this little pest with out it stinking a thing.

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Step 1: Step 1 the Approach

Slowly and carefully put your hand in front of the stink bug. gently take your other hand and nudge him on to the hand in front of him.

Step 2: 2 Higher and Higher

take the insect that is now in your hands towards the front or back door leading outside use your free hand to open the door.

Step 3: 3 Run Free Little Guy !

Once outside gently nudge him by tapping his rear also known as the abdomen onto a bush or piece of furniture outside. congratulations you have released a stink bug without leaving a terrible smell on anything.

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    We throw them down the toilet here. It's crowd control. We are inundated with them and they hide in the curtains and bedding. Ever wake up with a stink bug crawling on you? Not fun! LOL!

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    Dont they only stink if you smash them? I'm pretty sure they eat fabric too. If youve got a lot of these in your house theyre probably getting in through around the windows or some gap. Fill that in with grocery bags or silicone or spray foam. Grocey bags work good. Yea my dad just took one of these bugs outside last night. This is the humane, non stinky way. Nice

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    Dont they only stink if you smash them? I'm pretty sure they eat fabric too. If youve got a lot of these in your house theyre probably getting in through around the windows or some gap. Fill that in with grocery bags or silicone or spray foam. Grocey bags work good. Yea my dad just took one of these bugs outside last night. This is the humane, non stinky way. Nice