Constant improvement is a hallmark of our "Smarter Pest Control" approach. The team in our Insect Research Lab is continually observing how insects and other wildlife interact with our insect traps, repellents and baits -- and we pay close attention to what consumers say and how they use the products.
Our TrapStik® for Wasps, Mud Daubers & Carpenter Bees is a prime example.
In the name of continuous improvement, we now have an updated design which positions the bird guards further away from the body of the TrapStik®. The result is a trap that continues to catch paper wasps, carpenter bees and mud daubers like nothing else -- while keeping wildlife protected.
In this video, Jaclyn in our Sales Department demonstrates how to assemble the newest design of the TrapStik®, and discusses how to position it get the best results if you're trying to catch carpenter bees.