The FlyWeb Glue Boards come in two colors: white or black. The color you choose is a personal preference.
The black color is more discrete and will hide any caught flies (better for homes and dining rooms in restaurants). The white color makes caught flies more visible, which is better for monitoring.
**Please note: Both color options are covered with a white protective plastic film. The black boards will appear white until the film is removed.
FlyWeb Fly Light glue boards for use in the FlyWeb Fly Trap. To activate the sticking power of your glue card, just peel away the protective plastic film and insert the card into the inside slot at the back of the FlyWeb light fixture. When the card becomes full, throw it away and install a fresh card.
FlyWeb Fly Light glue boards. To activate the sticking power of your glue card, just peel away the protective plastic film and insert the card into the inside slot at the back of the FlyWeb light fixture. When the card becomes full, throw it away and install a fresh card.
We've had a serious invasion of fruit flies and have tried all the tricks and tips from the Internet to little avail. The Flyweb Fly light with glue boards has been the only thing that's FINALLY making a dent in the fly population. We started with four and then added a few more throughout the house. They are silent, non-toxic, and effective. They also make excellent night lights! Forget the vinegar - these work!
I love these glue boards that insert into the light holder. I would have responded with a 5 rating however they are not good for catching flies but rather awesome for all other little gnat like creature, moths, etc. When I replaced the board this time it filled up with all kinds of creepy flying insects overnight....just think they could still be in my house.
Does the glue pad for the Flyweb Fly Light have an attractant?
No, the glue pad does not have an attractant. This glue board is used in the Flyweb fly light, which has a UV bulb that attracts the insect to the trap. The glue board is right behind the light, so when the fly gets closer to the light, it lands on the glue trap and becomes stuck.
Is there a difference in the kinds of insects the black and the white board attract?
There is no difference in attraction. The insects are actually attracted to the light inside of the FlyWeb. People choose to use the black boards to make the insects caught on the board less noticeable.