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try using a golf tee to prevent entry. I had relentless mud wasp issue last year. Also used masking tape to temporarily cover the hole.
 
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Looks like the work of a grass wasp.
We had new windows installed a couple years ago and the vertical channels for the screen have a gap just big enough that they can get in. The tracks in every window were packed with grass and dead bugs. I plugged the gaps with small pieces of closed cell foam and no longer have a problem.
 

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try using a golf tee to prevent entry. I had relentless mud wasp issue last year. Also used masking tape to temporarily cover the hole.
I wouldn’t stick anything in my water outlet , unless To store for the winter. I am afraid I would forget that I had placed the obstruction and Burn up my motor. Maybe a Q tip and insecticide applied to outlet after each trip?
 

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they will also get stopped up by moss growing in the line. every time i've had a stopped up line i use large weedeater line on it. when i pull the line out with the motor running i get a lot of green gunk coming out.
 

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try using a golf tee to prevent entry. I had relentless mud wasp issue last year. Also used masking tape to temporarily cover the hole.
try using a golf tee to prevent entry. I had relentless mud wasp issue last year. Also used masking tape to temporarily cover the hole.
Great idea!! I’ll get a couple from my golfing buddy. Thanks!
 
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