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Posted by Paul on 19:59:41 6/13/2016 from 100.8.110.182:

Hi - I have clapboard-style vinyl siding. On the gables, aluminum fascia boards rest on the clapboards, leaving gaps that allow the bees to access the underlying wood fascia boards. I plan to spray drione dust into the gaps, then stuff them with pink wool fiber-glass insulation to keep bees from re-infesting. Since the fiber glass is inedible, do you think it will keep the hatched young from exiting and future adults from entering?

Thank you!



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