What to do if there is a wasp in my room? Surprisingly, one of the easiest ways to get a wasp out of the house without getting stung is to blow it away. Wasps are not built to fly in high winds, so using a fan, blow dryer (on cool), or other source of fast-moving air and using it to push the wasp out of a door or window works really well.
How do I get a wasp out of my room without getting stung? Check your house for unsealed vents, torn screens, cracks around windows and door frames, or open dampers. Seal off these problem areas and the wasps no longer have entry ways into your home. Avoid swatting. Swatting wasps is actually counterproductive.
How long will a wasp stay in a room? A single wasp can live a long time trapped inside—up to three or four days! If there is a food or water source, it could live as long as three months. If you’ve sealed off the attic and you’re certain there is no food or water source, you could wait it out.
Will a wasp sting me in my sleep? Although they’re not as aggressive as yellowjackets or hornets, they can attack you repeatedly and deliver painful stings. Wasps are active in the daytime, but can they sting you at night? They typically do not strike at night, and you’re safe walking near wasp nests after dark as long as the nest isn’t disturbed.