Always ensure your space remains bug-free, make sure you've got a spare supply of Replacement Bug-Light UV Bulbs. They're the most important part of any bug zapper or fly trap.
The UV bulb is what catches the bug's eye (or all 1,000 of them), pulling them into the trap where they're either zapped or stuck to a glue board. And the harder your device works, the faster the light burns out.
Luckily, they can be replaced with a simple twist of the wrist. Replacement Bug-Light UV Bulbs are 18 inches in length and come two to a pack.
Two Shatterproof Replacement UV LAMPS for the Model WS-85 Wall Sconce Fly Light - 15 watt UV Lamp 18" Straight Tube. EL-06S
Replacement Bug Light UV Bulb EL-062 Features:
Measures 18" long
Each order includes 2 replacement bulbs
Fits the following models:
FlyWeb Delta Light Fly Trap DS-105
Decorative Wall Sconce Light Fly Trap WS-85
Slim Line Flying Insect Light Trap GT-180
Ultraviolet Light Insect Trap - Wall Mounted GT-215
Wall Mounted Ultraviolet Insect Trap GT-315
Gardner Fly light placement and Bulb Replacement Recommendations
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Bulbs should be replaced at least every 8 to 9 months to keep you light as effective as possible
1. Use in areas of high fly activity inside doorways and docks. Flies are attracted indoors by food odors, warm air and light coming from doorways, windows, roof vents and other openings in buildings.
2. Place traps 5 to 15 feet inside a door or dock opening. Gusts of wind and breezes push small insects inside rooms.
3. You should aim the U.V. light into the building so that it cannot be seen from outside. We do not want to attract flying insects inside the building because they can see an Insect Light Trap. This is a simple mistake to avoid.
4. Space light traps 25 to 50 feet apart on the inside of exterior wall lines. The number of lights used will vary based on (a) insect pressure, (b) desired control level, and (c) viewability of light traps into all areas or hallways. Traps only work if they can be seen.
5. Wall placement of light traps is preferred. Traps located 3 to 6 feet above the floor are closer to where filth flies spend most of their time feeding and laying eggs.