- Made in USA
- Large catch surface for extended use
- Adhesive holds up in hot weather
- Flies blend in to the pattern once they're caught
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What People Are Saying
We recently had a literal INFESTATION of flies in our laundry room. (Gross. Gross. Gross.) I'm talking flies by the tens, probably hundreds. We tried making homemade traps. We tried cleaning everything. We even used those fly sprays, even though it made me worry about my pets and little daughter. I started thinking about hiring a pest control service, but the prices they quoted were going to seriously damage our tight budget. Knowing my desperation, my mother saw these Rescue! fly trap sticks at the store and decided to get one.
HOLY. COW. It was amazing how quickly it started working. We set one up in the laundry room that evening and by morning it was practically covered in flies. So we got more, hanging them in four rooms of the house. Today is the second day and I'm happy to say the laundry room (as well as the rest of the house) is completely fly-less! This trap has seriously saved my sanity!
The TrapStik works great. It traps yellowjackets too. I love it.
These TrapStiks are awesome. No smell.. very easy...just hang them and wait for them to fill up. The best thing is that the TrapStik for Flies is also catching dozens of yellow jackets. I will surround my barn with these things!!
OMG, This product is absolutely AWESOME!! I was giving Fly Predators a try this summer but I am really not impressed at all. I bought a couple of the TrapSticks at Murdoch's as I was curious about the "colors and patterns are proven to lure flies" claim. TRUTH-after 1 day, the flystrip was almost FULL of flies. This is no joke! I went back & bought all 10 that were still on the shelf. I have them placed on the ground & 1 in a higher position. The ones on the ground by the stalls are a perfect place to catch those low to the ground. The one hanging has been there since I bought the one that filled within a day, it has flies but it has nothing like the ones on the ground. A couple of tips: 1) Do not try to pull white plastic cover off when the temp is hot, it is not easy & you will get sticky on your hands, BUT as true as this product is THE BEST, use petroleum jelly to get the sticky off. 2) Do NOT put it at horse tail level, even if it is right outside the stall. My gelding got it stuck in his tail and I noticed it when he was out in the pasture. I thought of leaving it since it was probably very useful there, but the Stik is VERY sticky & would have just gotten more tangled. Try just 1. You will be heading back to buy more!! LOVE THIS PRODUCT!!!