- Catches all flying insects on sticky pull-out paper
- Contains 8 tubes
- Use indoors or outdoors
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TAT Fly Paper Ribbon (8 Pack)
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|EAN||0041377311085 , 0041377346308|
|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
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|UPC||041377346308 , 041377311085|
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Catches all flying insects on sticky pull-out paper. Use indoors or outdoors. Contains 8 tubes. This product is manufactured in united states.
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When my kids are older perhaps I wont need such drastic tactics and we can go back to lethal fl swatters, but I fear as long as I continue to lay up in store the bounties of the earth, I'll have unwelcome guests. But now I have a way to deal with their kind.
I hang it out but simply doesn't stick single one in 24 hours. Here is the tip I figured out hot to use it catch the fly.
We need to make a trap to attract the fly. This is the key.
First, cut a few slices of apple or pear, or other fruits, even juice, put into a bowl.
Second, seal the bowl with food wrap. And punch a few small holes. This is to release some smell to attract the fly.
Third, put the sticky paper on the top of the wrap. Since it is very long, you just turn it around like a butterfly shape. Cover most area of the bowl, but don't complete seal the small holes.
Now we have the trap ready.
The fly will come because of the smell of the fruit. Since most area of the bowl is covered, they have little chance not touching the sticky paper.
The first time you buy you have to learn to unroll the paper. Just be patient. Pull the tab off the lid and hold. Slowly unwind the base keeping the flypaper flat as you go. take your time When you get to the end and the paper is flat, just hold that position for a little bit to try to keep the paper straight. Don't pull too hard on the base but it is secure for the most part. Then hang near a light without a breeze. If you use them in a screened porch you might have to find a way to secure both the top loop and the base to keep them steady. These things actually work and will get every fly as long as new flies are not introduced. If you have 10 flies, 6 the first day, 3 the next, and the final one will give in and stick by the third. That's about my average. After the third day put up another one for the nomads. You can and will win this battle against nature.
I put these strips in my garage / above the trash cans ... and I just to watch the flies get trapped.
They buzz around awhile and then suffocate due to the glue infesting their tiny lungs.
A wonderful product.
They are very sticky, and that sticky substance does not come off at all easily. So I would recommend you wear gloves, old clothing, and even a hat.
Hope this helps!