Musca-Stik Sticky Fly Trap is a insecticide free, odor free fly trap that has double the power with its signature Musca-Flo orange color and the powerful sex pheromone, Muscalure. It is disposable and easy to use fly ribbon that is perfect for indoors, outdoors and in food handling areas to control flies and other listed pests. This fly trap measures 12 inches in length.
1. Choose an area on ceilings or exposed rafters out of reach of children and animals to hang Musca-Stik.
2. Carefully remove Musca-Stik from package. Sprinkle attractant granules over length of trap or pour into bottom plastic end-cap. Pull out hook and hang. (Note: Save the box for later disposal of Musca-Stik)
3. Replace the Musca-Stik when 80% or more of the exposed surface is covered with trapped insects. Dispose of unit by placing in original box or appropriate garbage bag.
4. Surface of the trap is extremely sticky, but not poisonous.
I bought 10 of these sticks because of a bad fly problem we've been trying to get under control. Our colt now has to have weekly injections because she is allergic to fly larvae! UGH ! I bought these as a last attempt to control the problem and they work fantastically...they catch so many flies I need to change more often than expected, so it becomes a little pricey and I have to alternate which serves no purpose.
Really great product that really works and at a really great price! I will order these again and other products again. The shipping was a little slow. I honestly thought it must have gotten lost somewhere en route. It probably took close to three weeks to get from GA to UT. Everything else was perfect!
We apologize your package was delayed and for any inconvenience it may have caused you! We shipped it within one business of the order being placed. It does look like it was delayed in transit, though we are not sure why. We will be sure to notify UPS of this issue to hopefully prevent it from happening in the future. Thank you for your feedback and your business!
I was hoping it would attract more flies. It doesn't do a bad job but I thought results would be a little better. It does attract Japanese beetles and wasps, which is a plus. Waiting for the dreaded Yellowjackets to emerge in late Summer, as I saw on YouTube, they love this thing.
Be very careful if you have birds in the garden! We had Oriole fledglings and attracted by the orange color got stuck on there and trying to get off, injured his wings and we had to careful remove it but the damage was done. I felt so bad for the birdie! Needless to say the traps went into the garbage!. Maybe the color could be changed so that hummers and orioles do not get attracted!