Dealing with drain flies in commercial settings can be a draining experience. But with our Commercial Drain Fly and Small Fly Kit, it doesn’t have to be! Treating an active drain fly infestation requires multiple steps of treatment to achieve the quickest and most successful elimination of those tiny, pesky flies. This easy-to-use kit contains all the necessary professional-grade products you’ll need to tackle larger commercial jobs like kitchens, resturaunts, bars, schools, hospitals and nursing homes.
The Commercial Drain Fly and Small Fly Kit includes:
Catchmaster 100i Insect Monitors- Monitoring glue boards that are formulated with food-grade molasses that is highly attractive to a variety of different insects. Glue boards are a great, non-toxic way to add one more pest elimination option to your treatment plan. They also serve as a highly effective monitoring tool for pest populations, ensuring that your sanitation efforts and chemical treatment methods are working to reduce, and ultimately eliminate the pest population. Each kit contains 3 packs of 4 boards, which will break down to 36 individual drain monitors.
Nibor D Insecticide Foam + IGR- An easy-to-use foaming insecticide that quickly expands into hard-to-treat areas like drains, voids, and cracks & crevices. It contains dual active ingredients to help control the population quicker and provide even longer residual control than single active ingredient insecticides. Each kit includes three 20 oz cans that will provide multiple treatments, along with a full cone spray actuator that can be used for spray applications in areas where grime tends to build up, and a 17-inch detachable hose for reaching deep into drains, pipes and other difficult to reach areas where pests live and breed.
Foam Fresh Bio-Sanitation Foam- A bio-remedial odor control foam that will break down organic matter and eliminate odors, leaving a pleasant, fresh scent. Foam Fresh Bio-Sanitation is the key to maintaining drain sanitation after your drain fly infestation has been successfully eliminated with the Nibor-D Insecticide Foam + IGR, and prevent recurring drain fly infestations. Foam Fresh Bio-Sanitation eats through tough scum and organic matter that builds up in drains and provides food sources and a breeding habitat for drain flies. Each kit includes three 18 oz cans that will provide multiple treatments. Each can comes with an Up-Down actuator cone spray nozzle, drain actuator nozzle, and 17.5” long, 3.3mm semi-rigid hose that allows you to reach deep into drainlines with your foaming applications.
Only have one or 2 infested drains to treat? Check out our smaller Drain fly Kit with IGR. It contains great professional-grade products just like the Commercial Drain Fly and Small Fly Kit, but in a more cost effective package designed to treat smaller residental spaces rather than large commercial spaces with multiple high use drains.
Unsure if you’re dealing with drain flies, or need some help getting started on your treatment? No problem! Take a moment to review our Drain Fly Treatment Guide and Videos to learn how to positively identify drain flies, as well as helpful how-to guides and videos on treating the problem and preventing future problems.
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With 4 professional-grade products combined in 1 easy-to-use kit and our step-by-step Treatment Guide, we’ve given you all the tools you’ll need to perform the entire process, from monitoring to treatment to prevention, easily and cost-effectively.
Nibor-D Insecticide Foam + IGR is an easy-to-use expanding foam insecticide that contains dual active ingredients for a quick kill and long residual in drains and other hard-to-treat areas where pests may live and breed. With the addition of the IGR, Nibor-D Insecticide Foam will assist in disrupting the lifecycle of labeled insects and assist in preventing future life cycles from progressing.
Foam Fresh Bio-Sanitation Foam is bio-remedial odor control foam that will break down organic matter and eliminate odors, leaving a pleasant, fresh scent. This formula does not just cover the odor, it actually breaks down the organic matter and gets rid of the build up and odor for good. Regular drain maintaince with Foam Fresh Bio-Sanitation Foam will assist in preventing future drain fly issues.
The Catchmaster 100i insect glue boards are used to determine which drains are infested and to monitor treatments to ensure the population is decreasing and ultimately eradicated.
The Drain Fly Kit is not a substitute for general sanitation. Repeat applications of Nibor-D Insecticide Foam with IGR should be made until drain fly activity has ceased for 1 week, then Foam Fresh Bio-Sanitation Foam should be used weekly or monthly for sanitation, maintenance, and drain fly prevention.
Always be sure to properly Identify the flies you are treating: different types of fly treatment will require different products and applications.
How To Use The Commercial Drain Fly and Small Fly Kit
*Cover suspected infested drains with the included glue board traps. You do this by folding the boards in half like a tent, and then peeling off the plastic film on the glue. (Do not fold the glue boards into a triangle shape.)
*Place the glue board over each drain at night that you want to monitor. The board should sit slightly up off the drain (as shown in the image below), allowing air to move into and out of the drain.
*This will allow you to (1) determine which drains are infested by drain flies so you can focus your treatment in the right areas, and (2) monitor and control infested drains during treatment by catching adult flies that exit the drain.
*If you are treating a room with multiple drains, such as a bathtub with a tub/shower and a sink, a glue board should be placed over all drains in the affected room.
*Remove glue boards each morning when you’re ready to treat drains with Nibor-D Insecticide Foam + IGR. If glue boards are not full, you can reuse them again when you recover your drains at night.
*Tip: After each night, circle caught flies with a marker so that you can see how many were caught each day. This will help you see the population decrease so you know your treatments are successfully working towards complete elimination. Glue boards should be replaced when full, have become covered with dust/dander, or if they get wet.
*Remember to keep glue boards out of reach of pets and children. In the event a glue board becomes stuck on a person, pet, or other unintended object, it can safely and easily be removed with a common household cooking oil like vegetable or olive oil. Work the oil between the glue and the sticking point until the glue loosens and you can easily pull it off.
*Nibor-D Insecticide Foam + IGR contains dual active ingredients, Disodium Octaborate Tetrahydrate- a borate insecticide, and Pyriproxyfen- an insect growth regulator.
*Nibor- D Insecticide Foam + IGR can be foamed into any drain, void, or crack and crevice and can be applied to any non-food surface.
*After removing the monitoring glue boards each morning, use Nibor-D Insecticide Foam + IGR in problem drains once daily for one week to eliminate your current drain fly infestation.
*Using the included 17-inch detachable applicator hose, direct hose down into drain and firmly press can acutator to release foam into the drain. Slowly introduce foam into the drain until you see the foam reach the top of the drain. Allow foam to dissipate completely before using drain.
*Once you have gone 1 week without seeing any new drain flies in the air or captured on your glue boards, you can begin using InVade Bio Drain Gel for ongoing prevention, sanitation, and maintenance.
*Nibor- D Insecticide Foam +IGR can also be used on surfaces of refuse containers and trash chutes as well as in cracks and crevices where pests are present.
*Foam Fresh Bio-Sanitation Foamcontains natural bacteria that break down the organic buildup in drains where drain flies want to breed. Breaking down this breeding source is the key to preventing drain fly reinfestations.
*Foam Fresh Bio-Sanitation Foam should be used for reinfestation prevention and drain santiation after you have gone 1 week without capturing any new drain flies on your glueboards or seeing any adult drain flies flying.
*Using the extension hose, apply Foam Fresh directly into drains, garbage disposals and other cracks and crevices where organic matter may build. In bathrooms coat the surfaces of urinals, toilets, floors and walls.
*Foam each drain once a week for high-use drains and once a month for lesser-used drains. This maintenance treatment will keep drains free of the scum and organic matter buildup that creates a breeding ground and food source for drain flies. *DO NOT rinse the drain with water right after applying the Foam Fresh -- you should let the sink sit all night without being used.
*When applying in a garbage disposal, turn on disposal for a few seconds to disperse drain foam.