I purchased 2 traps for an infestation of brown gnats in my kitchen I researched for a long time on how to get rid of them since there were so many. Up until now I was using a simple w liter bottle with dish soap and water. I was catching them but not fast enough. I got the vector 960 and placed them at opposite ends of the kitchen where I saw them most. After about 2 weeks I checked the traps. The gnats landed on the lids along with everything else but did not enter the mixture. I left them out for total 3 weeks. The gnats became even more dense until I found the source. I returned the soapy solution to the kitchen. My soapy solution caught and drown the gnats every day but nothing and I mean nothing in the Vector 960. There were a few more left at the end of the third week. By then my wife had had enough. I used an insect bomb to kill the rest. There were no gnats in the Vector 960. Sorry but unless Indiana gnats are just different and I needed the Indiana version of the Vector 960 I cannot recommend it. P.S. Shipping was fast!!!
Thank you for your feedback! We are sorry that you did not receive the results you hoped from the Vector traps. It is possible that you may have been dealing with a different type of fly other than fruit flies. Be sure, also, that you have removed the plastic film covering the attractant before placing traps out in the target area. We are glad that you were able to locate the source of your fly problem. Please let us know if you have further questions; we are happy to assist you anytime. We appreciate your comments and your business!
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