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Re: Carpenter bees


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Posted by Jean on 9:45:05 5/6/2015 from 71.179.235.49:

In reply to: Re: Carpenter bees posted by John Fasoldt on 9:32:00 5/6/2015 from 97.104.20.101:

Thank you, John. I appreciate the "lazy" answer because we're lazy, too. Haha. You mention that using PT wood is the way to go and you also say the painting won't be necessary. Is it okay though to stain the wood after new steps are installed? By that I mean will PT wood that is stained still be a good deterrent? Also, any future advice for the steps after new ones are installed around June or July to keep the bees away? I know the bees are considered pretty harmless, but it's a little disconcerting to have a bunch of them around where we are and our two dogs. Guess we'll just have to keep a close eye on them. Thanks so much for the great site and as always your prompt response!



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