Musca-Cide Fly Bait Spray is formulated to provide professionals an effective and efficient fly control with superior flexibility. This product has a versatile application process allowing the user to choose from spray-on, paint-on, or spot treatments. This is a water soluble fly bait. Unlike traditional granular baits, Musca-cide Fly Bait Spray can reach vertical surfaces and hard-to-reach areas. The unique and unusual formulation of the active ingredients, Dinotefuran and (Z)-9-Tricosene, creates a potent insect pheromone mixed with a neonicotinoid insecticide which attracts house flies and kills them by obstructing their nervous system's function. This provides rapid knockdown in a matter of minutes, and eventually relief to users.
Great first use. I mixed the powdered fly bait with water as direct and using a paint brush I applied to one side of our dumpster. Flies are always an issue at our restaurant, they always seem to find a way in.
I checked the side of the dumpster where I applied roughly 20 minutes later and was very surprised. Flies were feeding and dying on the spot. This was an easy solution to keep them out of our restaurant.
We live in a rural area. Our porch is sheltered from the wind and flies were collecting by the hundreds (not exaggeration). After a few hours they were down to a dozen or so live and one area was covered with dead flies. The lizards coming up and eating the dead flies haven't shown any ill effects.
I live in a rural mountain property with animals. My home is log so 1000s of places for flies to hide and 100s of ways for them to get inside. The minute the sun comes out (even in coldest winter in the Rockies) the flies get going and my house always seems to be buzzing.
I painted this onto the outside of my home and buildings and also on the side of the very high inside windows in my home. I wasn’t convinced at first but within the day, and everyday afterwards, I had at least 40-100 dead flies inside my home and lots outside too (though less obvious). I was finally confident that my indoor fly population was being decimated rather than tucking themselves up to sleep in my walls every night. It worked for about two months. I reapplied and again it’s still working (there’s plenty of applications in the container). I am hoping this winter I will have significantly fewer flies when the sun shines. But most importantly I have SILENCE at home.
I have since recommended to neighbors who have similar fly issues.