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How to Keep Bees Away from the Pool

Prevent Them From Spoiling Your Summer Fun Having a swimming pool in your backyard is like water heaven to frogs, birds, and insects. Bees shouldn’t be a reason that prevents you from enjoying your pool. You should feel safe in your own environment. Although they may get irritating, there are solutions to this problem without…

Prevent Them From Spoiling Your Summer Fun

Having a swimming pool in your backyard is like water heaven to frogs, birds, and insects. Bees shouldn’t be a reason that prevents you from enjoying your pool. You should feel safe in your own environment. Although they may get irritating, there are solutions to this problem without having to harm them directly. Please remember, bees are good for the environment.

How To Keep Bees Out Of Pool And Avoid Other Stinging Insects ...

Which Are Worse, Bees or Wasps?

Bees are typically easier to get rid of than wasps. Wasps are more territorial and stubborn. It’s not always easy to keep them away from the swimming pool. Bees are attracted to the chlorine in the pool, which is a real nuisance when swimmers are trying to enjoy the pool. They can act territorial as well if they feel threatened. When bees are present a person can accidentally get stung, which can be dangerous if they are allergic. If you’re wondering what you can do to keep bees out of your backyard, watch this helpful video and continue reading.


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What To Do If You Get Stung

Keep in mind that they don’t mean to be a danger to us, and are territorial. Even though they are intruding on your pool time. They keep our environment healthy and clean. Even still, we recommend small children see a doctor after a bee sting. It’s especially important – if you are having trouble breathing, have been stung multiple times, or if you are allergic.

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If stung, it is normal to see swelling around the stung area. The steps you’ll want to go through are:

  1. Removing the stinger
  2. Clean the wound like a regular cut, and then putting a cold compress on the area needed.

Female are the only bees to have stingers and can only sting something once in it’s life. A dead bees stinger can still sting so be careful for that. Bees will sting to protect their hive or if they feel threatened.

Author: Pool Markerter
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