- Product Dimensions: 24.1 x 10.8 x 8.9 cm ; 132 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 136 g
- Item Model Number: FTD2
- ASIN: B07BTY75CV
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 31 March 2018
- Customer Reviews: 3,564 customer ratings
Amazon Bestsellers Rank:
7,328 in Garden (See Top 100 in Garden)
- #340 in Lawn & Plant Care Products
RESCUE Outdoor Disposable Fly Trap, 2 Pack
+ $10.64 Delivery
- A powerful attractant is included; add water, subtract flies
- Easy to use and sanitary; never touch bait or flies
- Insects enter trap through the yellow top cap and drown in the water; lets flies in, but not out
- Catches up to 20, 000 flies; disposable when full
- Made in USA; no poisons or killing agents used
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The RESCUE! Non-Toxic Disposable Fly Trap catches common nuisance or filth flies, hundreds of the most prevalent species including house flies, false stable flies, blow flies, blue and green bottle flies, flesh flies, face flies and many others. Inside the trap is a bait that flies find irresistible. This attractant is comprised of food and feed ingredients, and other food flavorings generally recognized as safe. The attractant dissolves and activates when water is added to the bag. Lured by the scent, flies enter the trap through the yellow top cap and drown in the water. Has been proven to catch up to 20,000 flies. RESCUE!'s goal is to design, manufacture and market the safest, most effective pest control solutions available. Our products are the result of exhaustive and ongoing research and development, decades of experience and a commitment to solutions that respect the environment without sacriﬁcing results. Established in 1982, RESCUE! pest management products have never used poisons or toxicants to kill pest insects.
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We just hung a new one. Let the exorcism commence.
For some reason my backyard deck area had many flys buzzing around day and night. I needed something so figured I would try it out. Being that a majority of them fly close to the table I hung it up on the back of one of the deck chairs and dropped the back vision down. It started to work immediately attracting them. The fly count nearly doubled around me. But just a couple hours later, there's only a few flys around. I'm outside so not expecting 100% capture rate. I also hung one of those cheap hanging stick traps right next to it for the stubborn flys that wouldn't go in the trap and it caught a few of them as well.
Going to leave it low on the chair for tonight then move it a little higher on the tiki hut for fly maintenance. Very happy with it and would recommend it to anyone with a fly problem.
Fyi, it kind of stinks so not sure I would use this indoors long term.
EDIT: Changed to 2 stars. As stated above, it does catch flies, it does have a stench to it, but it gets worse after a couple of days. Here is additional information. As stated, I moved the bags away from the deck area, roughly 20 feet for one and the second about 50 feet. That same day, those bags were filled with flies flying around inside the bag and flies flying around the outside of the bag. Within 2 days, there were maggots forming in them and there were alot. The maggots actually ate through the bag small holes and the water mixture dripped to the ground. This attracted more flies, near the ground and not the trap. The stench from these things when downwind was worse than roadkill sitting out for days being hit by the sun. The flies in the area intensified greatly because the trap was not only catching them, but attracting them but there was so many the trap can only do so much. This product is good for maybe 4-5 days before you have to get rid of it. I bought a couple more instantly from my first impression of them but think I am not going to put them up.
I don't think that I would recommend this for any home or barn use. I think this product would be better suited for short term relief like in camping situation. If your camp area has flies, like most public camp grounds, putting one of these up 20-30 feet away from your camp for the weekend or week, might reduce the nuisance.
I know which one I'll be buying again - Safer all the way!
I think this product is ideal for someone with a ranch or farm that is already dealing with a large population of flies, and this product will basically corral all of the flies into one central location to trap them. I do not recommend this product for a regular home owner in the suburbs....and I'll elaborate as to why.
I have a nice landscaped backyard with a large covered area which contains a fire table, outdoor furniture etc. I like spending time in the backyard, but there's always the random 4-8 flies that come around looking for shade (especially during hot days), and somehow manage to fly into the house every time the screen is opened even for a millisecond. I thought I would get this product and place it on the far end corner of our built awning, which is about 20 feet from the backyard door and about 12 feet in the air. I thought this would be high enough and far enough from the house where the smell wouldn't bother us, and it would prevent flies from gathering around our door and in the areas we use to relax and hang out.
Although this product did exactly what I thought it would, by pulling flies away from the backyard door and our lounge areas, the smell and number of flies it attracted were absolutely astonishing and disgusting at the same time. On hot days, the stench was unbearable. It's so bad that the wind somehow carried the scent to the front of the house at times. It's a really pungent rotting fish type of smell. Not only is the smell unbearable...but the number of flies it attracted was amazing. It was attracting every species of fly out there. There were huge ranch style flies I've never seen around our home before. Although I only had the trap up for about 20 days, it was almost damn near full by the time I took it down. What you take down is also extremely disgusting. The bag says it can trap up to 20,000 flies, and after seeing what I had after 20 days....I absolutely believe them.
Again, the product does work....but I think it's for very special situations. if I had a huge ranch or several acres of land, this product may come in handy in locations that typically attract a lot of flies. If you're just a regular home owner in the suburbs, I would probably look at alternative solutions.
1. After 5 days there were 3 dead flies in one and 2 in the other. There were still many flies buzzing around. they landed on it, near it, around it and on top of it but seldom entered it.
2. The stench was awful. Visitors asked what the terrible smell was.
3. The traps went in the trash. Don't wast your money.
My recent order came with updated packaging (ie; not as shown) which I didn't think to much about. However, the formula must have also changed because the terrible sent which seemed to work so well attracting the fly's was gone. NOW THERE IS NO SENT and consequently no fly's are attracted to the trap. The bait pack is in the bag and it dissolved like before but NO SENT. ITS A WASTE OF TIME EVEN HANGING AS IT LITERALLY DOES NOTING - you may as well hang a bag of water for all the good it does.
COMPLETE WASTE OF MONEY - BUYER BEWARE
Just wanted to share, and be careful where you hang them! lol