The fly paper that I usually see for sale comes in rolls that are ugly and
messy to use, but I once bought some clear fly paper that I can no longer
find for sale. It was a clear plastic sheet with clear goo making it hardly
noticeable and it had a thin sticky strip so that it could be stuck on a
window (bugs were then attracted by the light rather than the color). It was
great for catching the occasional housefly and for controlling and
monitoring fungus gnats.
Does anyone know where I can buy this?
you're talking about the Xeron (?) brand fly paper that comes 3-4 sheets in
a yellow box with black printing? I originally got mine at some place
called do your own pest control (internet) about 3 years ago, but then 2
years ago I noticed you could get them at Lowes, Home Depot and Wal-mart
... but perhaps only 'in season'. I haven't seen it recently, but I
haven't been looking.
http://www.doyourownpestcontrol.com/flycont.htm#fly paper - price is like
$5, but I'm thinking the price at Walmart was closer to 95 cents or at most
$2 for the box.
Thanks. That looks like them, but $5 seems a bit steep for 4 small sheets.
I think I had bought them at Lowe's or HD, but the last couple of times I
looked I couldn't find them there. I'll have to check at Wallmart.
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