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Bottle Insect Traps - Set of 6

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Bottle Traps Set of 6

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Now you can easily turn your empty soda or water bottles into handy insect traps. These easy-to-use traps screw on top of your bottle and are specially-designed to trap flies or wasps. Simply fill the bottle with sugar water and they'll help keep pesky bugs away from your outdoor events. The blue tops will trap flies inside, while the yellow tops will trap wasps. Each set includes 6 traps. Weather resistant plastic with hook for hanging. Each approx. 1 3/4"Dia x 2 1/2"H. Set of 6. Colors available in Blue (traps flies) or Yellow (traps wasps).

  • Best thing ever

    I order this every year, I works far better than the traditional wasp traps. I literally catch 100's every summer. - , Denver, Colorado

    Category: Outdoors

  • Have to wait and see how well it works

    I bought the blue caps for flies and it does twist onto the 2liter soda bottles. I think that size may be a bit large and heavy for the hanger, but we will have to wait and see how it does. I may have to find smaller bottles as the liquid and mess of flies can be quite heavy. I bought some orange juice and will mix in some honey - that should attact the flies. - , Tennessee

    Category: Outdoors

  • Great value ! I have a lot of fly's to catc

    Shared extras with frends! - , NC

    Category: Outdoors

  • I would buy this product again.

    This worked pretty good. Caught a lot of bees the first day we put it up. - , CA

    Category: Outdoors

  • I would not buy these again

    Easy to use. Did not get any wasps (only a few little flies) - , Louisville, Ohio

    Category: Outdoors

  • Doesn't work for me

    These items are junk, Won't tighten on a 20 oz bottle and who wants a huge 64 oz bottle hanging outside your house. And that's assuming they attract wasps and bees which they don't! - , Ga

    Category: Outdoors

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