Victor® Indoor Fly Trap
The Victor® Indoor Fly Trap attracts and traps flies indoors. This non-poisonous, tower-shaped trap contains patent-pending three dimensional patterns and colors that are highly attractive to flies. Easy to use, easy disposal. Keep those disease-bearing, annoying flies away from your family.
Directions for Use:
- Peel off release paper.
- Place Victor Indoor Fly Trap in well-lit area - flies are attracted to light.
- Hang Fly Trap.
- Save this box for future trap disposal.
- Eliminate food sources for flies by covering food and keeping lids tight on trash receptacles.
- Trap may also be used outside in areas protected from the weather.
- Replace Indoor Fly Trap when it's about 90% full of trapped flies.
Victor® Indoor Fly Trap - Specifications
- Attracts and traps flies indoors
What's in the Box:
- 1 trap
- Contains patent-pending three dimensional patterns and colors that are highly attractive to flies
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Review RateWorst Product EverI would not recommend this product to anyone. I had it hanging for days and caught one fly, went out and bought cheaper fly paper and within seconds caught at least 10 flies, don't waste your money on the Victor indoor fly trap!!
Review RateReview Posted on Amazon.comThese traps work great -- lying down. If you try to hang them, they are useless. We had them hanging for days and nothing...and then one fell. It caught 6 flies in 10 minutes that way. I think the flies like to land ON it, not fly into it. We put them at the bottom of our windows and on counters near food. Catches them all the time.
Review RateReview Posted on Amazon.comVery impressed - the one I put up in our basement is a fly graveyard now after only a few days (they are really bad this year for some reason). I'm ordering a couple more just so I have them in reserve.
Review RateReview Posted on Amazon.comHaving used traditional fly rolls in the past, I was dubious when my hubby opened up the box and showed me this little stand-alone cardboard fly trap. We were desperate, though, as we had a full-on gnat invasion in our kitchen. We put it in a few places on the counter before settling on one near the coffee pot where the gnats seemed to love to gather. At first they seemed to ignore it, but over the next few days, more and more were finding their way onto the trap. At one point we gave up counting--there were dozens. This product is great for ridding yourself of those pesky gnats. I love that it is poison-free and that it can stand on the countertop if you want it to, as our very tall ceilings would make a hanging strip less than useful. But for those wishing to hang it, there's a little hanger included as well. I can't make a claim about larger flies, we didn't catch any of those--there were none around. And I think there would be better choices for outdoors than this product. But for the $$ this little fly trap did the job we asked it to do, and you can't beat that!