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How to Get Rid of Sweat Bees Around a Pool.?

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1. Pour a quarter of a cup of dish soap in to an empty spray bottle. 2. Add one cup of warm water and stir the two ingredients together. 3. Squirt the sweat bees that are located near your pool. The bees will die. 4. Keep the spray bottle handy so
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How to Get Rid of Sweat Bees
The term "sweat bee" is a general classification given to any bee that is attracted by the salt in human sweat. They can be a nuisance because they will fly around anyone sweating and attempt to land on their skin. They then sting if they are swatted or... More »
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