Acetone or nail polish remover will take off the foam, it will even get
it out of your hair. Also cleans up Liquid Nails.
For the bugs I usually use Brake Kleen (shoots as far as wasp spray) or
carb cleaner (drops them from the sky). Brake Kleen works best for me,
any auto store or K/Wal mart will have it. Always have a can in my
pouch when on the ladder.
The foam will probably work but will look like crap when you are done.
Spray something in the hole to kill or stun them, stuff in some
newspaper, mortar over paper.
On Wed, 19 Jul 2006 00:53:49 -0400, with neither quill nor qualm,
And taint the groundwater? NOT a good idea AT ALL!
Mineral spirits, acetone, and lacquer thinner have all worked for me
to remove canned foam. I usually buy the medium expansion stuff. The
fast expanding style can explode boxes if you're not careful. <g>
For bees, I hope everyone calls a beekeeper to remove them and keep
them alive. They'll usually do it for free. There is a real problem
with our honeybees dying out so keeping as many bees alive as possible
is a Good Thing(c). Bees are good guys. They keep our foods growing
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replying to Tom The Great, bw ave wrote:
It would, however, be humane to get them out first, as much as you can. wow the
number of people on here who don't hesitate to killl them and actually also seem
to take pleasure in it....unbelievable...are you all rednecks or what?
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