Originally Posted by Horns07
I've been working on some other projects, and put this one off until I get materials.
I'm currently looking at some aluminum flashing to trim the edges of wall plaster wire mesh. The bottom area to enclose under the propane tank cabinet is a very irregular shape. Haven't decided to try one big enclosure or divide it into sections.
I had a suggestion to try coating a small piece of plaster mesh I already have with some rubber underbody spray coating and see if that thickens the mesh, making the openings smaller, enough to stop the yellow jackets. Right now, the plaster mesh I've seen is too open.
Just backed off a bit since no one had solved this before. Last week, hosed cabinet area down with hornet spray and removed first nest. This spring looks bad for my house, there are country hornets, yellow jackets, and daubers everywhere looking for nest sites.
I closed a slide last night while working on the trailer. When I opened it this morning, my son pointed at a small yellow jacket nest that wrapped up under the slide topper awning overnight. He said the couple came out from under the top a little ticked off. Guess it didn't squish them enough.