Size: 1 pack includes 10 glue cards
Follow these simple steps tbefore plugging in your FlyWed Light trap. It will only take a moment to unleash the full effectiveness of your FlyWeb trap.
1. Remove the glue card from the fixture.
2. Peel back the plastic film to activate the sticky web-like glue.
3. Re-insert the activated glue card into the FlyWeb fixture.
4. Plug into a standard 110V outlet.
When choosing a location for your fixture please consider the following:
FlyWeb Insect Trap should be mounted to minimize competition from other light sources including windows. In food areas, mount traps close to, but not directly over exposed food or food preparation surfaces.
The glue cards are non-toxic and easily replaced when full (glue card will hold 50- 100 flies)
When the card becomes full, throw it away and install a fresh card.
Do not allow the glue card to become over-filled with dead insects as this will lessen the effectivness of the trap.
Do not change glue cards while unit is plugged in.
For use indoors in residential and light commercial areas.
Plug in the trap and imprison annoying flying insects in the kitchens, living rooms, happways, cafeterias and restaurants, bars, RVs, or motorcoaches.
FlyWeb Insect Management works 24/7 to create an insect- free environment.
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I ran out of the glue pad because i was running my fly trap 24/7 so I bought 3 of them to get free shipping for myself. The product really works, the only downside is that you have to keep buying the traps when it runs out.
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