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A: Raid Fly Stick Trap will work for flies, gnats, moths and other flying insects. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any additional questions. Thank you, PIC Customer Care
A: This product was excellent for catching fruit flies! House flies are not common in my home. This product is very light and will topple over easily.
A: I wouldn't recommend for house flies. It didn't catch one for us. Just a sticky mess. I'm surprised at lack of results, usually Raid has good products. It did catch gnats, however.
A: It’s a decent sticky trap. I would purchase them again
A: In a word, yes. The do hold onto any critter that lands on them and does it well. Used in conjunction with removing any available breeding area(s) the problem should be resolved. Using them alone will capture adults but those little beasts are quite prolific.
A: Thank you for your interest in our product. The fly trap can be use to catch any flying insect. If you have any additional questions, please contact us at email@example.com. PIC Pest Free Living
A: Any insect that decides to land on it will be stuck. It is basically a cylindrical glue trap. There is no attractant.
A: they work good for me.i hang it near a night light and put a little apple juice in it.. they are very sticky,but i like the indoor bug zapper works best for me[ aspectek 40 watt ]
A: As far as I am concerned a fly is a fly so for me it is worth a try. HEY!! That rhymed, cool!!
A: Hi, According to a YouTube testimonial, yes. I'm gonna try these. She shows live shots of all the flies these caught.
A: Don’t think I’d recognize a fruit fly if I saw one but these things are fabulous. Looks to me like just about anything that touches them is stuck! I buy boxes full of the 2 pack boxes and have been bery happy with them.Our front porch is in the shade and the bugs and flies and little lizards collect there. Before we expect guests we remove them from the little fancy plant stand they hang from. Very effective.
A: Yes absolutely... All you have to do is set it out, they will flock to it. The more fruit flys, the more fruit flys will get caught.
A: for sure! i had a invasion of fruit flies that were unbelievable! these traps eliminated them in less than a week. just be sure to put away all fruit in zip-lock bags or sealed containers of some sort. put away trash cans.
A: they can,but i add some juice to the bottom to attract.
A: Yes. Be sure to add some red wine or apple cider vinegar (mix with water and a few drops of dish soap) to the bottom cup and place in the area where you see the fruit flies. The neck of the trap is sticky so be careful not to touch it and keep it away from kids. Use the little white hook when handling the trap to avoid touching the sticky trap and to avoid spilling the mixture). The smell of vinegar (from the wine or apple cider vinegar) will attract the fruit flies and they’ll either get stuck on the sticky part of the trap or drown in the liquid mixture in the cup at the bottom. It’s not a pretty sight, but it works! Good luck!
A: Yes, they did help us catch them
A: Absolutely yes. We had a terrible fruit fly infestation. Tried all the other products these fly sticks were the only thing that solved the problem. We added a table spoon of wine to the bottom cup and a drop of dish soap to attract them quicker.
A: They will catch anything that lands on it. There is no attractant. Fruit flies are easier caught with a little apple cider vinegar in a glass with plastic wrap over the top. Punch a few small holes in it and u will catch fruit flies.
A: It will watch nothing
A: The 2 pack Fly stick does not have the ability to be placed on a flat surface. The single pack fly ribbon does have a punch out on the box that can be used on a flat surface. Thanks, "PIC Pest Free Living"
A: No, it needs to hang.
A: In a nutshell, yes, but anything that cam be put in a nutshell probably belongs there. It needs to be somewhere that it will not be touched by children or someone not paying attention. I have one on a high window sill that is set back. It works by being sticky, if someone touches it, it will stick. Away from pets/children or unmindful adults. Hanging out of harms way works best for me. Good luck!
A: Yes, but it’s an eyesore to see dead flies and fruit flies near the table, but it can be placed there. I personally don’t place it anywhere near where I plan to eat. But these are helpful.
A: Yes they can be. I placed mine on the counter, just had to cut the plastic hanger off of it. I would also advise placing it as far back and out of reach as possible, they are super effective when it comes to being sticky and it’s easy to accidentally get stuck on it.
A: Yes it stands up. I put mine on a paper plate with a little bit of red wine in it because I was using it for knats and it worked.
A: No. The bottom is rounded and won't stand by itself.
A: I would not suggest putting it on an eating surface. First and foremost it collects bugs and why would you want that where you are eating? Second, it is VERY, VERY sticky and if something touches it or it falls over it could be quite a mess.
A: Can be placed anywhere flys are, just doesnt look like nice decour
A: No, it must hang
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