Eco Keeper Hooded Veil
Eco Keeper Hooded Veil Eco Keeper Hooded Veil

Eco Keeper Hooded Veil

$19.95  
SKU: BV008
Eco Keeper Hooded Veil
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1 Hooded Veil
$19.95
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This self-supporting and collapsible veil is available for purchase separate from the suit to fit the Eco Keeper Bee suits. Conviently equipped with a double neck zipper, this veil will replace torn or old veils that have been exhausted as you have been working around bees.

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Eco Keeper Hooded Veil

The veil is a comfortable hood type fencing veil that fits the Eco Keeper suits. After the original veil has been used to its exhaustion, replace the old veil with this Fencing Bee Suit Veil for Eco Keeper Suits. Made with a polyester-cotton blend, the veil is a self-supporting and collapsible veil that will conveniently come apart from the suit by a two way neck zipper. It can be stored easily. The fencing style veil for the Eco Keeper suits are not meant for machine washing and can be maintained and cleaned by hand wash.

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I can only speak on the carpenter bee traps. We put out four this year (early April) when the carpenter bees came back. Last year we filled, treated and put fresh stain on wood soffits after season in November. We put out traps this year hoping to deter more holes and more bee infestation. The traps didn't work. We swatted them with a tennis racket, put the dead ones inside the bottle in hopes the phermone smell would attract other bees, it didn't. We took dead bees smash and wiped the four holes of each trap, still didn't work. Our last resort is to restain the wood again now before any get inside the wood. We hope the smell of the new stain will be a deterrent. At this point we have sprayed inside the old holes with Sevin Dust, put Seven Dust in the wood filler when filling the old holes last year and coated over with a clear stain. They are driving us crazy.

- teresa bradshaw -
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