I really don’t like yellow jackets. They are mean, can sting more than once, and will come at you by the dozens if you disturb their nest. Finding a way to naturally get rid of yellow jackets hasn’t been easy. Some ways have worked better than others.
No pesticides or toxic chemicals are allowed. Hiring a bee exterminator isn’t an option, not to mention the cost of that. Don’t fret though, getting rid of yellow jackets naturally is still possible. Read on…
Homemade citrus cleaner cut grease? No way! Much less remove pet odor from carpet as well as hardwood floors! I would have never believed it had I not tried it myself!
I’ve used vinegar for pouring into my water-bath canner, when canning, to prevent the white hard-water build up on my jars. I’ve even poured it down the drain to make it smell better. Even cleaned windows with it for years, but to remove grease and pet odor – I didn’t think it would work!