Get Ready To Get Rid of Flies Now

Okay, yeah, it’s strange that I’m writing about fly traps in winter, but I’ve already ordered some to get ready for spring. It’s been a warm winter, so there’s gonna be a lot of bugs.

And I really, really dislike houseflies. The best way to deal with their population overall is to reduce their numbers at the beginning of the season. That’s where the RESCUE! Outdoor Disposable Hanging Fly Trap comes in.

Cut the traced hole at the top, add water to the line, and hang it up outside – a bit away from your entrances and where you’re going to be. And then just… let it be.

Unlike the homemade traps that I’ve made before (on a similar principle) this sucker works for about a month or two, depending on your fly populations.

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When they get inside, it can also be a major pain in the ass. I’ve tried a number of solutions for both fruit flies and house flies, and the RESCUE! Non-Toxic TrapStik has outperformed them all.

It’s essentially fancy decorated flypaper, but the colors are bold and bright enough that it doesn’t really look like flypaper. I found that it caught both regular flies and fruit flies very very well.

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Have y’all found other pest solutions that actually work?

Featured Photo by MOHD AZRIEN AWANG BESAR on Unsplash

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