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Old August 1st, 2005, 10:47 AM
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Bee hive - what to do

Hi everyone,

This may be a bit off topic but I'm guessing it involves gardening products.

We have a small bee hive - actually I'm not even sure it's a hive - it looks like a honeycomb and when I look at it it looks like there might be 20-30 bees there at any one time. It is located inside our light fixture outside which is attached to the wall. There is no lightbulb in that fixture so there may well be bees inside the socket itself.

Can anyone recommend a product to get rid of them?

and

Is there a product that will just make them go away without killing them?

Thanks all,

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