Are they really bees, or are they wasps? I ask because a lot of people don't make the distinction, despite the fact that they are very different animals. If it's really wasps, getting rid of their nests is the best approach. They probably are living under the eaves of your house, or maybe neighboring houses. There are special was sprays that have long-distance nozzles, so you can knock them out from a distance. I'll assume that you're talking about honeybees. What are they doing there? Are they coming after the only source of water in the area, or eating the sugar out of soft drink cans, or collecting nectar from flowering plants. If they are after the only nearby source of water, you probably can't get rid of them. If they are digging through the trash, get rid of the trash. If it's flowering plants they're after, you have to decide whether you want the plants and the bees, or neither. My gut reaction is learn to live with them unless someone has a serious allergy. (In which case, get a professional who can examine the details of the situation. Then it's too important to leave to chance.) Bees scare a lot of people, but they are rarely aggressive. They have more important business to attend to than messing with you.
move your swimming pool
With either a skimming net or get an effective floating pool skimmer
yes you can use bug spay the clean you pool just encase
Go under the water
u get a pool net and fish the thing out of the pool
You buy a swimming pool net and scoop them out.
Well get a net and put bait in it or so and they will follow it and there it is.
in a swimming pool
mostly the reson bees are by the pool is because you have flowers that attract them. find that flower and maybe do something about it.
You can use a black hole
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Empty the pool out and fill it with soil. OR Use chlorine.
Ants are not necessarily attracted to your salt system for your swimming pool. However, they are attracted to rotting leaves and other organisms found by a swimming pool. To get rid of ants around your pool you can spray a 40 percent water, 40 percent rubbing alcohol, and 20 percent dish soap around the outside of your pool.
How can I get rid of rust colored stains in my salt water pool. It is only in the shallow end?
Add more chlorine
They don't want to be around people any more than you want them to be aroun your pool. It's not the flowers or the chemical levels. It's the water. They're thirsty. Put out a shallow bird bath away from the pool. They'll go there to drink. Then you can swim. The bird bath works best if its concrete.
drain, scrub and refill..
With a strainer, simply scoop them out and/or with a filter if you have one.
Copper sulphate or Methylene Blue will kill the Algae - you then have to drain and wash the pool to get rid of the debris
Dump a gallon of cyanide into the swimming pool. This will solve all of your parasite problems.
Bug Away or Bug Spray
phrosporic acid or something like that
u could get a net and scoop it out or a boul
Fill it with cement then put dirt on top of it and plant grass :)