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Drain Fly Kit

The Drain fly kit used to come with DF 5000 drain gel.  We now are placing InVade Bio Drain Gel due to customer demand, performance, and it is more economical for our customers. The video instructions on this page apply to any gel even though DF5000 is used in the video.

The Drain Fly Kit with Invade Bio Drain Gel will treat up to 2 infested drains and includes On Time Insecticide Aerosol to control nuisance flies during the treatment process, and a pack of 12 Trapper MAX glue boards to monitor infested drains. On Time Aerosol will shoot out in quick misting spurts that will allow you to spot treat around sinks and drains and in open areas.

If you have drain flies in a master bathroom with 4 drains (ie; 2 sinks, tub, and shower), you would need 2 drain fly kits. One bottle of Invade Bio Drain Gel does one drain for one week.


Drain Fly Kit is made up of these products:

InVade Bio Drain 2 x InVade Bio Drain
Eliminate nasty drain odors, sugar snakes, and scum at the source with InVade Bio Drain.

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$43.46
Trapper Max Glue Board for Mice 1 x Trapper Max Glue Board for Mice
Large catching surface and maximum holding power come together to make one of the best glue boards on the market.

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$7.09
On Time Metered Aerosol 1 x On Time Metered Aerosol
On Time Metered Aerosol is a more economical version of Clean Air Purge III.

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$16.50

Cost of separate parts: $67.05

You save $14.15!

Target pests: drain flies
For use in: indoors, in and around infested drains.



How This Drain Fly Kit Works

The Drain Fly Kit contains three different items for complete treatment and monitoring of drain fly infestations. InVade Bio Drain Gel contains natural microbes (bacillus bacteria) and citrus oil with an emulsifier and gelling agent. The microbes break down the scum and organic buildup that are the breeding grounds for drain flies. By targeting the source of the infestation, drain flies are eliminated and kept away. The On Time Metered Aerosol contains natural pyrethrins and stabilizers to knock down adult flies in the area at the time of application. The included glue boards are used to determine which drains are infested and to monitor treatments.

The Drain Fly Kit is not a substitution for general sanitation. Repeat applications should be made until drain fly activity has ceased. The InVade Bio Drain Gel can also be used weekly or monthly for prevention.

Target Pests

Drain Flies

PESTS CONTROLLED WITH THIS DRAIN FLY KIT: Combination of products is designed to treat drain flies, but additional target pests include:

InVade Bio Drain Gel: Odors, sugar snakes (in soda lines), surface and drain scum, organic buildup

On Time Metered Aerosol: Flies, mosquitoes, gnats, other small flying pests

Target Uses of This Drain Fly Kit

The Drain Fly Kit is designed for use in homes or businesses to treat 1-2 drains where flies are breeding. InVade Bio Drain Gel is for use directly in infested drains. On Time Metered Aerosol can be sprayed into open areas near drains where adult flies are observed. The Trapper Glue Boards are for monitoring drains to determine where to treat and for how long. InVade Bio Drain Gel can also be diluted with water for mopping and application in other areas where organic buildup occurs, such as dumpsters and trash chutes.

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS:

InVade Bio Drain Gel: natural microbes, citrus oil

On Time Metered Aerosol: Pyrethrins 0.90%, Piperonyl butoxide (synergist) 1.8%, MGK 264 (synergist) 3.0%

Drain Fly Kit Application Instructions

The Drain Fly Kit with InVade Bio Drain Gel will treat up to 2 infested drains and includes On Time Aerosol to control nuisance flies during the treatment process, and a pack of 12 Trapper Max glue boards to monitor infested drains. On Time Aerosol will shoot out in quick misting spurts that will allow you to spot treat around sinks and drains and in open areas.

Drain Fly Kit Instructions:

1. First, you should cover infested drains with the included glue board traps. You do this by folding the boards in half like a tent, and then peeling off the plastic film on the glue. Place the glue board over each drain at night that you want to monitor. The board should sit slightly up off the drain (as shown in the image below), allowing air to move into and out of the drain. This will allow you to (1) determine which drains are infested by drain flies so you can focus your treatment in the right areas, and (2) monitor and control infested drains during treatment by catching adult flies that exit the drain. If you are treating a bathroom, you should place one glue board over the sink and one over the bathtub drain. Tip: After each night, circle caught flies with a marker so that you can see how many were caught each day.

 

2. Pour 4 oz. of Invade Bio Drain Gel down each infested drain every night for at least 7 nights. DO NOT rinse the drain with water right after applying the Bio Drain Gel -- you should let the sink sit all night without being used. Cover the drain with a glue board (see step 1) during the night to catch any escaping flies.

3. Use the On Time Aerosol to lightly mist around infested sinks to kill nuisance flies during treatment.

***Always read the product labels completely before use.

2 bottles of InVade Bio Drain Gel yield 16 total applications. One can of On Time Metered Aerosol lasts for 30 days in a metered aerosol automatic dispenser and should yield hundreds of applications.

Standard Application Rates:

*InVade Bio Drain Gel: Use 4 fl. oz. per application per drain.

*On Time Metered Aerosol: Use short sprays as needed.

This Drain Fly Kit is for use in the following areas:

InVade Bio Drain Gel: No restrictions on use sites. Intended for drains, floors, dumpsters, trash chutes, bathrooms, and similar surface cleaning.

On Time Metered Aerosol: Commercial food service and preparation areas of milk houses, hospitals, hotels, motels, factories, stores, ships, clubs, restaurants, schools

Indoors-

See full instructions above. The Drain Fly Kit is safe to use in homes and businesses. Use as directed and store products out of reach of children and pets. Be sure to check all possible drains for activity, including kitchens, bathrooms, showers, bathtubs, and floor drains.

Outdoors-

This Drain Fly Kit is not intended for outdoor use.

Drain Fly Kit Features

*Designed to treat two drains completely.

*InVade Bio Drain Gel contains citrus oil for a fresh scent.

*No restrictions on use sites; can be used in sensitive areas.

*On Time Metered Aerosol provides quick knockdown of adult flies.

*Products are ready-to-use and do not require any additional equipment.

*Kit is more economical and more effective than traditional cleaners like bleach.

*Safe to use in any drains.

Extra Tips

*Use level markers on InVade Bio Drain Gel bottle to track correct usage.

*When applying in a garbage disposal, turn on disposal for a few seconds to disperse drain gel.

*Apply drain gel during times of lowest use, such as at night or when leaving for several hours.

*Use a permanent marker to keep track of flies on glue boards that have already been caught.

*Fold glue boards before peeling off plastic covering.

*Use drain gel weekly for high-use drains or monthly for home drains for maintenance.

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  • 9 of 10 people found this review helpful:

    3 of 5 Stars  Drain Fly Kit Review
    By SI on June 21, 2010
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    Although the Drain Fly Kit helped reduce the number of drain fleas, it did not eliminate the problem. The Catchmaster sticky paper does help locate the source of the problem though.

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  • 8 of 8 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 Stars  Drain Fly kit
    By Kathy on December 27, 2010
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    The sticky paper showed us exactly where the problem was - not actually in the sink drain but where the drain pipe goes into the floor - never would have guessed. The spray kills instantly - great!  Don't know how much the green drain cleaner works as I am too big to fit down the sink drain.  All in all - a great product.  Thank you, Katy

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  • 7 of 7 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 Stars  Drain Fly Kit
    By Donica on August 6, 2010
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    Worked very well, but it took over two weeks to completely kill all of the flies.

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  • 7 of 7 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Worked well
    By Lou on November 17, 2010
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    I used the DF5000 but the Drain Flies were still present after a week. My wife noticed that they larvae were coming from tiny cracks in the grout on the shower floor. I spread some of the DF500 on the floor and used a brush to clean the grout well and let it sit overnight. It has been two weeks now and have not seen any Drain Flies. I used the DF500 and the glue pads, but I did not use the spray. You may not need the spray if you do not have a great deal of flies.

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  • 6 of 6 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  It works really good
    By Mark on August 22, 2011

    I had tons of drain flys and tried some other home remedies that didn't work. In 3 days with this fluid they were no longer hatching. One thing I did to get rid of the ones flying around was take a small plastic container and mix 1 part water (1 cup) with 1 part (1 cup) apple cider vinegar and a a couple drops of dish soap (which keeps the surface from getting a film). They are attracted to the smell of the vinegar and drown in the container. We caught probably 100 in there. My son also rimmed the inside of the container with dish soap as he thinks they slide into the water/vinegar better. I preferred this method to killing the flies vs. the spray bottle stuff in the kit. We had flys mostly coming form the disposal side of our sink but also the other side fo the sink so I put the DF50 in both sides. The bottom line though is you have to keep new flys from hatching and this stuff works for sure. 3 days is pretty good!

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  • 3 of 5 Stars  Drain Fly Kit
    By Julie on July 14, 2014

    This kit helped us tremendously with our drain flies, but we still have them around. The instructions are easy to follow. There is not much to the procedure, so it was not time consuming at all. It took care of the huge infestation that we had, but it did not rid us of the problem. We are out of the drain cleaner, and we still have to use the spray several times a day.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  drain fly kit
    By Moises on May 13, 2014
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    worked fast and completely got rid of the drain flies,another advantage was the nice citrusy smell wherever the drains were treated.

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  • 3 of 3 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 Stars  They Are Gone!
    By Barbara on August 18, 2012

    Well, we bought the kit and found the flies were coming through the overflow in our bathroom sink. No amount of this stuff would get rid of them. :-( We were in the basement and noticed that our dehumidifier was not draining correctly and had filled up. We inspected the tube that went from the dehumidifier to the drain and found our organic matter and source of the flies. We got rid of that tube and coated the new tube with this orange stuff and we have been fly-free since. We are going to maintain that tube with this orange stuff from now on. Just be careful with the orange stuff as it does stain.

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  • 2 of 3 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 Stars  Drain Flies Go Away
    By Ali on August 8, 2012

    I wish I could say it worked. But it didn't. I followed the you tube video on how to use the drain fly kit and I have not been successful. I still have at least 5-8 drain flies flying around in my shower every day. I am not sitting with all this extra product because I bought double the amount. I am not sure what to do now.

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 Stars  Drain Fly Kit
    By GR on June 27, 2012

    I can't speak to the kit except that the spray was for a timed device which was not part of the kit. Plenty of sticky mats were sent. I gave it to tenants to use, so I can't speak to whether or not they used it as directed, but the online video is excellent. It arrived very quickly. I will order again if needed. The only reason for 4 stars instead of five is the spray.

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Drain Fly kit
    By Nancy on June 21, 2012

    This product worked great on getting rid of the drain flies. I bought more of this so I can my drains clean of insects.

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  drain fly problem
    By Emily on May 31, 2012

    This product seemed to help our problem we were having with drain flies. We were seeing them before treatment and during treatment, we saw one. We haven't seen any since the treatment period ended. Would recommend this product to someone having the same problem.

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Drain Fly Kit
    By Nancy on February 26, 2012

    Wonderful. The glue traps are a stroke of genius - helped us isolate the problem - a shower drain that we don't use.We didn't have to waste material on drains that did not have a problem. We treated the troublesome drain and haven't seen a fly since. Thank you.

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Drain Fly Kit worked like a charm
    By AJ on December 6, 2011
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    This product is great! I tried a couple of local/hardware store remedies for drain flies, but no luck until I ordered and used the drain fly kit. The flies are gone!

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 Stars  Drain Fly Kit - It works!
    By Lori on November 1, 2011

    Excellent results, but I did not use the spray or I probably didn't even need it.

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June 20, 2011

QHow do you get rid of drain flies?

ADrain flies breed and lay eggs in areas where there is decaying organic matter such as bathroom drains. To start the process of getting rid of this pest, you must thoroughly clean the drain where the worms have been spotted. Next, you should apply a product called Invade Bio Drain. The Invade Bio Drain gel will coat the inside of the pipe and will help breakdown built up organic matter. This process must be repeated every night for 5-7 days. In pipes where there is a lot of built up organic matter, a second week long treatment may be needed. If you have spotted adult drain flies in your home, you can spray a product called On-Time Metered Aerosol  to help eliminate these breeding adults. You should place glue boards over each drain in the bathroom to capture any flying adults entering or leaving the drains. Using glue boards also helps monitor the level of infestation. We have all of these products combined into a Drain Fly Kit for your convenience.

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July 4, 2011Tammy asked:

QI am wondering how to attack my drain fly problem first.
I have drain flies in the kitchen (where I first saw them 3 years ago), and now have them in both bathrooms. I wonder if they are behind the kitchen cabinets, too(?). We had a flood in the kitchen area 4 years ago. Not sure if that's related. Could they spreading to the other drains? We also have a floor drain (our kitchen is on the walk-out basement level) and wonder if I should treat that, too.

AAll drains in an infested room must be treated. Drain flies can definitely spread from one room to another and drain flies can breed anywhere there is a buildup of moist decaying organic matter as that is all they need to breed. We recommend that you check out our Drain Fly Kit which comes with all of the products we would recommend to treat a drain fly infestation plus it comes with a step by step instruction guide to help you through the process. You can also watch the instructional video on the Drain Fly Kit page on our website (scroll towards the bottom of the page to read our instructional guide). If after following the inspection instructions on our drain fly page you find that the flies are not developing in the drains you may need to find a way to get behind the cabinets and thoroughly clean the area you suspect is infested.

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August 26, 2013Tim from Delaware asked:

QIs the Invade Bio Drain Gel safe for septic systems?

AYes, the Invade Bio Drain Gel (and other drain gels) is perfectly safe for septic systems.

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March 8, 2011Joel asked:

QWhat chemicals can we use to repel and eradicate leeches?
Lots of small leeches coming out of my bath room drain.

A

Have you had these pests actually identified as leeches? Are you seeing small moths or flies in your bathroom? Usually, small worms coming out of the drain indicates drain flies. We recommend that you take a few moments to google 'drain fly larvae' and see if the pictures correspond with what you are seeing in your drain. If the pictures do correspond with what you are seeing, there a few things you should do. Drain flies breed and lay eggs in areas where there is decaying organic matter such as bathroom drains. To start the process of getting rid of this pest you must thoroughly clean the drain where the worms have been spotted. Next you should apply a product called DF 5000. The DF 5000 drain fly gel will coat the inside of the pipe and will help breakdown built up organic matter. This process must be repeated every night for 5-7 days. In pipes where there is a lot of built up (organic matter), a second week long treatment may be needed. If you have spotted adult drain flies in your home, you can spray a product called Clean Air Purge III to help eliminate these breeding adults. You should place glue boards over each drain in the bathroom to capture any flying adults entering or leaving the drains. Using glue boards also helps monitor the level of infestation. We have all of these products combined into a Drain Fly Kit for your convenience.

If these pictures do not look like what you are seeing you must have the insect identified so the appropriate treatment can be recommended. You should contact your local Cooperative Extension Office and ask to speak to the entomologist on staff. The entomologist will tell you how to properly collect a sample for identification purposes or he/she may request a picture.

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January 2, 2010B.d.fenton asked:

QCan you use DF5000 in a garbage disposal?

AYes, the DF 5000 Drain Fly Gel in our Drain Fly Kit can be used in a garbage disposal and it will not harm your garbage  disposal in any way.

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June 18, 2013Carol from Monroe, Ct asked:

QMy drains have been cleaned. The drain flies come out of every drain in the house.
Can the drain flies come in from the Septic Tank?

AUnless there is a crack in your drain pipes that lead to your septic tank, the drain flies will not come from that area. Use glue boards over the drains like shown in our drain fly video to make sure they are actually breeding in the drains, not just occasionally going down into them and then coming back out. You will want to treat with a drain gel that will eat away at any build up on the sides of the pipes that the flies can be leaving eggs/larvae behind in. Keep in mind, any area that holds moisture can be used as a breeding ground. Areas like inside toilet tanks, around seals of cauking on sinks and tubs, windows in bathrooms and kitchens, loose tiles that could be holding water underneath, and around kitchen sink hose sprayers, should all be cleaned and checked. You can check out our Drain Fly Kit and article on How To Get Rid Of Drain Flies for the best treatment methods. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

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December 28, 2011Michelle from Zionsville, In asked:

QCan Drain Fly Kit be used in a toilet bowl?
I came home from a 10 day vacation only to find drain fly larvae (about 20-60) in the toilet bowl of an upstairs bathroom that is seldom used. I did notice a small fly in the hall by this bathroom before going on vacation, but didn't think anything about it. Of course, I was very concerned when I saw the surprise waiting for me upon my return. Following my first instinct I took a picture of it & then flushed the toilet. I also flushed bleach down the toilet. I haven't seen any more flies, but I don't want to take any chances. Could they be coming up from the toilet drain or did they just lay their larvae in the toilet bowl (due to the stagnant water)? Prior to this event, I hadn't noticed any flies in other areas of the house. I want to put an end to this before it gets out of control. Please advise!!!

AYou can use DF5000 in the toilet bowl and in the toilet tank. Most likely the flies were introduced from outside and did not come up through the drains. Be sure to scrub the toilet and then add the drain gel. Let sit over night and flush. Repeat as necessary.

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December 23, 2013Gloria from Jacksonville, Florida asked:

QI have a half bath with a sink and toilet only; how can I find out where the drain flys are coming from?
I close the drain in the sink but still there's many of them. I have to keep the door closed in order to confine them from the rest of the house. I need to get rid of these things but I don't know how. Please help.

AWe recommend that you treat the sink and the toilet with a drain gel from our Drain Fly Kit. The kit includes glueboards to monitor the activity coming from the sink. Please let us know if you have any questions.

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November 28, 2012Joe from Westerville. Oh 43081 asked:

QDrain flies disappeared
I bought a "kit" about 3 weeks ago. Once it arrived, i didnt open it because the flies have not shown up for about the same 3 weeks. Are they gone or should i still do the treatment? Also it's been cold lately in OH, would that effect their activity?

AIt is possible that the drain they were breeding in cleared of the organic matter the needed to survive. Only time will tell if they are gone for good. If the drain/pipe hasn't been cleaned in a long time it is still worth your while to go ahead and clean the drain with the drain gel to avoid this problem in the future.

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June 16, 2013Christal from Huntsville, Alabama asked:

QGnats
We just bought a newly built home in March. After about 2 weeks we notice gnats in the bathrooms. (Both are on the same side of the house). We have been working with a company to no avail. No one can determine where they are coming from. They have sprayed inside and outside. For a few days we will see a lot of dead bugs, but then they are flying around again. While they were building the house it rained the majority of time.

ABased on your description it sounds like drain flies. If you contact your local Extension Office and speak with the Entomologist on duty, they would be able to help positively I.D. this pest. If indeed they are drain flies, you want to first look around and check there are no water leaks. Please check out our article "Get Rid Of Drain Flies". You also want to use a Drain Gel that contains active enzymes that will eat away the organic materials allowing the drain flies to continue to thrive.

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February 19, 2010Joyce asked:

QI own a three apartment buildings. Do you recommend I use the Drain Fly Kit in all apartments at once?
Do you give discounts on multiple orders?

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Yes, we do recommend that all drains in any infested area be treated at the same time. If drain flies have been observed in all of the units, then all of the drains in all of the units should be treated with the DF5000. Please call us if you have a large order to discuss discounts. We are currently running a promotion for $5 off of your second order of $50 or more.(You will recieve an email with the coupon code after your first order) And don't forget, by purchasing the Drain Fly Kit , you are already receiving a great discount and we always offer free shipping.

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June 21, 2013Kenneth from St Augustine Bch, Fl 32080s asked:

QHow to treat drain flies in a bathroom
I've had my home 32yrs. First drain fly infestation 2 yrs ago, back again at present, one bath. tried many home remedies, no help. Today I purchased 2 bottles bio, have I made the correct purchase? no basement, 2 baths

AWe apologize we are unsure which bio foam you purchased. Please contact us at 866-581-7378 and one of our customer service resp will be more than happy to walk you through treating for drain flies

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September 24, 2013Teig from Ingleside, Illinois asked:

QI have what looks like to be moth/drain flies in one of my bedrooms. None in the bathroom or kitchen. Help!

A

You should verify first if they are drain flies or moths - treatment for these two insects would vary.

Drain flies breed and lay eggs in areas where there is decaying organic matter which is usually bathroom or other drains. Really, they cannpot survive without some source of oisture or standing water. Locating and eliminating this source will be the key to eradicating your problem.

If you have spotted adult drain flies in your home you can spray a product called Clean Air Purge III to help eliminate these breeding adults. You should place glue boards over each drain in the bathroom to capture any flying adults entering or leaving the drains. Using glue boards also helps monitor the level of infestation. We have all of these products combined into a Drain Fly Kit for your convenience.

Please see our How To Get Rid of Drain Flies article for more thorough information.

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