Originally Posted by aircooled4
I was working on our '67 Safari, when I noticed a constant buzzing sound. There were also a few bumble bees flying around...I DONT KNOW WHERE THEYRE LIVING! Somewhere inside the walls im guessing. Any know of a good way to eliminate them? Maybe a bomb? Spray? Thanks all!
Bumble bees can be trouble! They are probably in the insulation. Some years ago they made a nest in a sofa I had on a screened porch (don't know how they got in there)! I had to get the sofa outside and literally tear the bottom off to get to the nest in the padding, then sprayed them. I would call an exterminator, they are dangerous to deal with and if they sting, it hurts like hell. There can be a hundred or more in a single nest. Too bad to eliminate them as they are important pollinators, and normally gentle, but not if you mess with their nest, and you can't live with them!
You will have to deal with them at night when they are asleep. Here's a site about killing them out: Bumble Bee Control: How to Kill Pest Bumble Bees