It catches various biting and poisonous spiders common in the home, including: black widow spiders, brown recluse spiders, sac spiders, hobo spiders, jumping spiders and wolf spiders.
The exclusive glue dot pattern allow more spiders to be caught because the creatures can move to the middle of the trap rather than block the entrances. The sturdy copper plastic shell makes the trap attractive, yet inconspicuous. And with a flick of the wrist, the trap flips over to catch more spiders.
Our mild-mannered scientists have done it again!
We teamed up with Mark Peterson of "Good Morning Northwest" on KXLY 4 News for a live "4 Free Friday" giveaway of GoClips in beautiful Riverfront Park in downtown Spokane.
As Mark did cut-ins for the weather during the two hours of "Good Morning Northwest" and "Good Morning America", 100 prize packs were offered to viewers that contained a GoClip™, OrnamenTrap® Yellowjacket Trap, trading cards and a kids' activity book -- all in a RESCUE!® backpack.
We also purchased and set "lures" to attract more Pokemon characters to the area.
Watch our segments of the broadcast here:
Later on that evening, we set up a RESCUE! charging station in the park for Pokemon players -- to find relief from the game's notorious battery drain -- and offered more samples of the GoClip™.
Going camping? Don't forget these traps, as well as our new GoClip™ and DecoShield™ repellent products to keep mosquitoes/biting flies/ticks and wasps/hornets/yellowjackets away from you and your campsite!
But not to worry -- these friends were trying out our new GoClip for Mosquitoes. Here's what they had to say:
"Quick and easy! I don't smell like bug spray, which is a plus, and I didn't get bit at all." Nick D. (East Providence, RI)
Thanks for the feedback, guys!
So we jumped at the recent chance to help the kids at the UGM summer camp by donating enough Reusable Yellowjacket Traps, Disposable Yellowjacket Traps, and TrapStik for Wasps to cut down the insect population and protect the campers from insect bites and stings.
Our founder and President Rod Schneidmiller personally delivered the product to the UGM camp over the July 4th weekend.