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Fly Web Fly Trap
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|Brand Name||Fly Web|
|EAN||0616639335392 , 0761131138016|
|Number of Items||1|
|UPC||616639335392 , 761131138016|
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FlyWeb instruction: Once you receive your FlyWeb unit, please follow the following direction before use to ensure your FlyWeb unit will work properly. 1) The light bulb may have been jarred loose during shipping and handling. Check to see if the bulb is firmly seated in the socket by gently pressing the bulb straight down in the socket if bulb was loose you will hear a click. 2) Remove glue card and remove proactive paper covering the front of the card. Carefully replace glue card with the glue facing the bulb. If you get glue on your hands you can easily remove the glue by wiping your hands with vegetable oil. 3) Place the FlyWeb unit into any standard 110v household outlet, and your done The stylish and compact FlyWeb Fly light insect trap is designed for indoor use for control of flying pests. An energy-efficient 9-watt Ultra violet (U.V.). light attracts flies and other flying insects into the trap where they are trapped on the FlyWeb adhesive glue card. Its compact size makes it perfect for any room and works silently controlling flying pests in your home or office. Remove the protective coating on the adhesive board, insert it into the unit and the trap is set. All you need is an electrical outlet to plug it in. The FlyWeb fly light trap helps in the control of flies, gnats, no-see-um, fruit flies and other flying pest. The FlyWeb fly light trap also doubles as a great night light! Traps Flies, mosquitos, gnats, moths, fruit flies, house flies and other nuisance flying insects. Since 1928, Gardner fly traps has pioneered the manufacture of insect light traps for commercial and industrial applications. This trap really works. It's compact size is perfect for homes, apartments, offices...anywhere flies, gnats, moths or fruit flies are a problem. The UV light source draws them in and catches them on a non-toxic glue board. Once the glue board is full simply toss in the trash and replace with Fly Web Glue Board. Dimensions: 3.5 in W x 10.5in H x 1.75in D
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Top Customer Reviews
Found this...figured it didn't hurt to try.
Plugged it up as soon as it was delivered. I literally had to buy replacement cartridges the next day because it was FULL of fruit flies 10 hours later.
I also bought another one a few days later for another part 2 of the house.
My other minor gripe- would it kill them to include at least one extra sticky replacement? I don't like the upsell to buying a full pack of replacements.
But in terms of results, yeah it works. At least for the gnats I have (I would imagine some of the mixed reviews depend on what kind of bug you're having issues with)
Easy to use . . . take trap out of box and peel the paper from the sticky glue board. Bulb is already in place. Plug it in and it is good to go.
Light is slightly blue-ish. Makes a good night light but some may think it is too bright for a bedroom. I am loving the fact that it uses light to draw the pests because some fly remedies are smelly as hell and you don't want that in the house. It is pretty tall . . . but if it will capture these little winged buggards, I am willing to overlook the size. I like the fact that it is not industrial looking. Also, light weight. Considering that you want the room mostly dark to draw the flies (or other winged pests) to the unit, you could unplug them during the day if you wanted. Top is open to make changing the glue board easy.
I would recommend purchasing the refill pack of glue boards. It does come with one but might as well have some on hand.
Pros and cons?
$30+ seems a bit much for what is essentially a glorified nightlight with a glue board. BUT....the thing works, seems well-made and is manufactured in America. My chief concern is safety. Remember that moth I mentioned? It was large enough (just under an inch) so that when it adhered to the glue board, it was resting against the UV bulb. Still fresh, not yet the dried up, fossilized remains of a bug. And a UV bulb doesn't get as hot as an incandescent light, but still. You have to wonder about the dried remains being in contact with the bulb for a long period. Maybe I'm being paranoid, but I would feel better if there was a little more space between the board and the UV light. Otherwise, this is a good product that snags a lot of smaller insects.
I'm sort of grossed out 'cause it appears, when looking at the sticky pad thing, that the bugs must roll around or get so frightened they soil themselves 'cause what started out as a white pad now has streaks of what I can only imagine is some sort of slimy bug goo.
My husband did some research on indoor bug catchers and chose the Fly Web Fly Trap. When this arrived last Wednesday, there was a lull in our fruit fly population, but by Friday we had our first "catch." (My husband was the first to notice and set up this little surprise for me.) As of today, it's caught three fruit flies and I haven't seen any flying around since last night. It seems to have solved our fruit fly problem in under a week.
We have to turn off all the other lights in the kitchen in order for the flies to be attracted to this light and get caught on the sticky backing. There is no noise and no smell, just a strange new glow coming from the kitchen. I anticipate no more bug problems for quite some time! I just wish we'd purchased one earlier in the summer.
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