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3.8 out of 5 stars
Rentokil Fw35 Window Fly Traps x4
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
on 14 June 2010
The trap appears not to attract the flies, but as they move around the window and touch all over the glass they include the trap and then stick to it. Simple, effective and less unattractive than fly papers.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful
on 19 January 2012
Looked all over the place for a simple effective product to deal with summer flies quickly.
Now used them for several years not only at our home but on my yacht.
Last about whole summer.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on 25 November 2013
I have put a couple in my kitchen because there were fruit flies in our kitchen. They work better when sticked onto a window (transparent/clear surface) than on an opaque surface (e.g.: kitchen tiles/ceramics). In about a week, I had about 5 fruit flies on the sticker put onto the ceramics, and 15 fruit flies on the 2 stickers I have put on the windows. Very efficient, I'd recommend this product.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
We used these window stickers this summer and they weren’t what I expected but they were another aerosol free way of getting rid of flies in our kitchen so on this level they were very good.

The stickers are very easy to apply and are similar to a car sticker that you would apply on the glass of your car, but with a super strong adhesive on one side so when insects walk across they become stuck to the surface immediately. Most will try and fly off so be warned if you get a large blue bottle on there it can take a few minutes for him to tire(!)…

Similar to traditional fly paper, the frequency of disposal will depend on how many flies you have and how much you can bare to see the sticker filling up with numerous flies.

In summary, whilst the sticker doesn’t attract flies I like that it’s another option to get rid of them that’s aerosol free, not as obvious as fly paper with no chemical smell issues that fly spray has. Worth having.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on 4 August 2013
Great product! I stuck one on the lid of my bin that had flies around it and within 5 minutes it was doing its job and loads of flys caught!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 9 May 2015
After being inundated with flies I was getting tired of using the old rolled newspaper technique, and really who has time for that. I'm trying to avoid chemicals, with children and pets around. I knew of the sticky spirals that hang from the ceiling and searching for those lead me to these. I shopped around, there are cheaper but I went for the Rentokil brand first to see what quality I should expect. The two packets I ordered were different, but inside the sealed cardboard packet the product was the same and had the Rentokil logo. Four sunflower stickers in each packet, I have to say, looking at them a felt a bit cheated. However, the application was easy and self explanatory. Each sticker is marked so that you remove one side of the protective paper, stick it to the window and then remove the paper on the really sticky side. It looks like I've gone for a fake stain glass effect, and because I've put them near the tops of the windows where the flies hang out they are very obvious. However, 3 days later and I have caught ten flies between the 4 flowers, one I might add managed to escape the sticky, but was caught again later that day. All things considered this seems to be the least offensive, cleanest, chemical free way to catch flies. I think they last a month, but by then I expect they will look a bit awful. It would be good if there was a way to remove the caught flies without resorting to tweezers! I will buy more, based on convenience.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
on 20 September 2011
I tried several types of trap before purchasing this one, and will only be buying this one from now on. The traps are expensive but you get what you pay for. The traps have been in place now approx 1 month and are full of flys. They seem to keep sticky for this period of time and I have not been annoyed with flys buzzing past my ear which used to anoy the hell out of me. I would highly recommend this trap much better than other products I have used in the past.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on 14 August 2010
Excellent fly traps. They were extremely effective in trapping many flies on their first day. Really impressed and would buy again next year. Love the sunflower design, much prettier than fly papers!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 27 July 2015
I don't want to sound macabre but where are all the bodies? I was pestered with flies coming through my back door. The weather went bad so the door got shut. The flies were in having a lot of fun flying around my house. The rentokil window flower arrived that day. I have only found one fly carcass just under the flower itself but the rest were nowhere to be seen. I can only assume they had a brush with the flower and were doomed from then on but I haven't seen their little upturned buzzy winged legs anywhere. I can't be accurate on this because I haven'y actually seen the flies go to or land on the flower. However I can say that they pretty much stopped cruising round my house soon after I popped the industrial strength sticky flower on my window (don't touch it what ever you do!!). So on this evidence and short of me having a seriously over achieving spider lurking somewhere in the house, I have to give top marks to the fearsome and grisly window flower of rentokil.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 15 October 2013
There seem to be very mixed results with these according to the other reviews but I found they were great. Guess maybe it depends on what species of flying pest you are trying to catch with them? Personally I had a late summer infestation of fruit flies and these were perfect for those tiny pests, within three days they needed replacing because they were completely full of the little blighters and there was a significant reduction in the amount of them in my house. However I was chasing a bluebottle with a fly swat and he flew straight into the centre of one, struggled buzzing angrily for a bit and managed to escape so don't think they are designed for your larger beasties.
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