My squash bug solution

Squash bugs are popping up on my Zucchini and Butternut Squash. I read that spraying them with a solution of dish soap in water kills them, but it didn't work for me. I also read that you can use sticky tape to remove the eggs from the underside of leaves, but I couldn't get it to work without tearing a hole in the leaf. My solution is: Step 1. Use a hand held, battery powered vacuum, like the Ryobi P7131 to suck up all of the bugs you can find. It has a crevice tool to get in small spaces between the stems. Dump the bugs in a bucket of soapy water. Step 2: Brush the eggs on the underside of leaves with Tangle-Trap sticky coating, which is meant for coating traps for apple maggot flies. The Tangle-Trap keeps most eggs from hatching, and it traps the bugs from any eggs that do hatch. You have to do this several days in a row, and then keep checking daily to keep them under control, but it works.