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I need something for yellow jackets and red paper wasps. What should I do?
In this video, I wanted to share with you the single most critical way to stop bee & wasp stings, as this is the most common question that I’m asked:
"I need something for yellow jackets and red paper wasps.
I'm going into the attic because there are football-sized nests up there.
With nowhere to run, I need the best sting protection available.
What do you recommend?” Mr. W.
The answer to this question is much less about the suit and more about the bee or wasp.
In this case, Unlike in beekeeping, you are going to be in a confined space, with nowhere to escape, so you will need to cover your entire body.
So, what should you wear? Well, you have two main choices... What the video to find out more.
Zephyros Ventilated Beekeeping Suit: https://naturalapiary.com/products/zephyros-beekeeping-suit-3-layer-ventilated-non-flammable-fencing-veil-ultimate-comfort-protection
Apiarist Polycotton Beekeeping Suit: https://naturalapiary.com/products/natural-apiary-beekeeping-suit-complete-full-all-in-one-fencing-veil-easy-to-wear-remove-bee-proof-seals-professional-beginner-beekeepers
Natural Apiary Beekeeper Suits and Gloves Catalogue: https://naturalapiary.com/collections/protective-clothing
“Stinging wasps, which species have the longest sting” https://peerj.com/articles/4743/#table-1
Sadler et al. 2018. Retrieved 2020-03-18
“Paper Wasps” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paper_wasp Wikipedia. Retrieved 2020-03-18
“Yellow Jackets” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellowjacket Wikipedia. Retrieved 2020-03-18
“Honeybees” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honey_bee Wikipedia. Retrieved 2020-03-18