Treating A Yellow Jacket Sting
While pest control and extermination near Catonsville can help keep your home safe and clean, you can’t always avoid bee stings while gardening or working outdoors. If you have a yellow jacket problem on your property, the proper use of insecticides may provide pest management for the situation. Watch this video to learn how to treat a yellow jacket sting.
If you have a stinger left behind in your skin after being stung by a yellow jacket, it’s important not to try to remove it using tweezers or your fingertips, as this may cause the attached venom sac to rupture. Instead, use something with a thin-edged surface, such as a credit card or your driver’s license, to scrape the area and remove the stinger. Once you’ve taken out the stinger, disinfect the area and apply ice for 10 to 15 minutes to reduce any pain or swelling.