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Here Is How You Can Make These 3 DIY Bug Traps That Actually Work

 Summertime provides across a good deal of outdoor activities along with the beauty of backyard barbecues.
As you know, summer also tends to bring out insects..and lots of them.
Here’s a simple DIY project you can do to keep the insects away.

 

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Photograph Resource: Chris Philpott

1) DIY Lure for Stink Bugs

The stink bugs’ stinky smell is sufficient to give you headaches.

A stinkbug lure can be easily made by you by going for a two liter container that is plastic and cutting-off the 2″ that are at the top.

After that, insert the top into the bottom as shown in the picture and tape it up. If you put it over a light, the bugs will fly towards it and won’t be able to escape.

The lure is most effective at nighttime areas of the house such as cellars and the attics.

 

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Photograph Resource: Chris Philpott

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James Allen
 

James Allen entered the scene of Emergency Preparedness at the age of 12 when he joined the Boy Scouts of America, eventually earning his Eagle Scout Badge at the age of 17. Also at 17, he joined his local Civil Air Patrol squadron and became active in their ground search and rescue team, where he tucked several Missing Person searches and Downed Aircraft searches under his belt, as well as accompanying his team to respond to Katrina in Mississippi. He eventually received training in the squadrons SAR air crew roles, and was appointed Emergency Services Training Officer, until he left the volunteer organization out of obligations to work and family. He began serious "Prepping" with the birth of his daughter in 2012.