Well this subject is slightly off camber, but it has some clout. I store a lot of food and goods in my garage. I am sure most of the individuals who also do the same don't have access to underground 'Man-Caves' or hidden bunkers nestled off in the Mt's. But, if you do, you might be experiencing an infestation of stink bugs. I noticed these bugs like to nestle in warmer spaces or voids around houses, caves, trees, bunkers, etc... I had an issue with them here at my place in SW Washington. We live not far from town, but out enough that we have cougars and bears as neighbors. I have some very tall arborvitae's that give us some meaningful privacy around the property. The problem is that the stink bugs love some of these trees. When the sun comes out these bugs just have a hay-day warming themselves on our roof and siding or just anywhere on the house. They like to borrow themselves in these spaces, probably to survive, and come out when it warms up outside. Anyways, if you like me have these pests you probably want them gone. Well I did some minor research and found that DAWN soap kills them fast, not instant. I have a 1-gallon sprayer I fill w/water and about 1/2-3/4 cup of DAWN soap, then I go around and spray away. It doesn't take much solution to do the job. Just get them wet!!! Well I was happy with the results, but I couldn't get the infestation under control. I decided to go with the big guns. I went and purchased a liquid fertilizer attachment that connects to my garden hose. It also had a removable tip, therefore I put my trigger nozzle on it. I filled it 1/2 full with DAWN soap and sprayed the trees, my roof, my siding, or anywhere where they were warming. I did this for a couple of days and it cut the bugs down by at least 80%. I figure I can't kill them all, but I can at least keep them under control. A little tip, use a ladder to get the distance you need in the trees or roofline. And make sure your not spraying into your house or directly under the siding(lap). I also rinsed the areas on my house that I sprayed. The soap does leave a light colored residue, so rinsing keeps it clean!! Good Luck you guys!!!