Bored? Why Not Play Around with Some Fly Bait?

If flies have you and your family going crazy, why not become a DIY pest control operator in your own home and get some fly bait. Fly bait is one of the best methods for controlling flies when used in conjunction with fly lights. There are also fly sprays, fly traps, and glue boards, as well as drain and floor treatments available to you to control the fly population in your abode. Since flies spread germs, it is important to keep them from taking over your life.
MaxForce Fly BaitFly Baits to the Rescue
Fly baits work well since they have attractants that draw in the flies. With their colors, sugar base, pheromone, and strong aromas, the fly bait will lure the fly to its death and kill more flies faster. The new fly bait formulations have long lasting control – lasting up to a month between applications – and can be applied outside of the home and other structures to keep flies away.
These baits are safe to use as they are low in toxicity and will not harm pets, birds, and other non-target animals. They are ready to use and can even be dissolved in water to paint on surfaces which will repel the flying marauders. Your online pest control supplier can outfit you with the safest,  strongest products on the market today that professional pest control technicians use. These products can be used by the general public for a fraction of just one visit by a pest control company.
Keep Your Home Free of Fly Attractants
These baits do an excellent job of reducing the number of adult flies. Along with the
baits, make sure there is not rotting garbage uncovered anywhere on your property.
Your pet’s feces are another attractant to flies, so make sure you regularly clean up
after your pets.
Keeping your home free of crumbs and anything else that may attract flies like a sticky
countertop will go a long way to keeping the fly population under control in your home.
If your kids take food up to their bedrooms, just make sure they bring down their dirty
dishes regularly and vacuum up any crumbs they may leave behind as this can also
attract flies into your home.
By following these simple steps, you should be able to live fly-free in no time.
Monica Bird (929 Posts)

Monica’s compassion for her customer's struggles with pest control issues and passion for pest control stems from over 10 years in the industry. With a master’s degree in entomology, she uses her knowledge and experience in chemistry, insects and pests to educate her customers.