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Trapping flies in Belgium

A customer of ours in Belgium created this video to promote our RESCUE! Disposable Fly Trap. It's nicely done, with great closeups of flies. Check it out!

August 27, 2009 in Flies, Video | Permalink


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Does anyone know how to get the smell of the fly trap out of the carpet....my dog ate three of the containers...luckly they weren't used yet but he threw up all over the house and I have shampooed but can't get rid of the smell.

Posted by: denise | Dec 7, 2009 5:03:19 PM

Can't seem to email you guys on contact.

An error occurred: 550 5.7.1 Unable to relay is what I get. :(

Was going to leave this though.

We still have the old old old Rescue Yellowjacket trap. Worked like a dream decades ago. Then bumped into the Fly Trap (disposible) while looking for for something to get rid of flies in Wyalusing State Park WI. PDC WI had one last of this left. Brother figured it was a waste of money. Boy was he wrong. And a moth made it in too. o_O

wasn't sure what to do with the goo after camping. We dumped the liquid into the ground. Hope that was safe. (you counted them all? O_O ewe) kept it in the back until we found a trash. Spelled like fish bait.

Posted by: Lee Bartholomew | Oct 31, 2010 8:30:51 PM

I've just found out that you stopped exporting Rescue fly-trap to European countries. Why's that?

Posted by: Teun van Beelen | Jan 25, 2011 6:01:20 AM

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