Revenge Fly Ribbons - 2 feet long
Attracts and traps flying insects
Odorless and No Insecticides, No Fumes and Non-Toxic
Contains fly lure and the trap is easy to hang
|Target pests:||Flying insects|
|Manufactured By:||Bonide (UPC: 076807051002)|
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Fly Ribbons In Oulad Abbou
By Nancy on May 9, 2010
We took our Fly Ribbons to Oulad Abbou when we went to visit my mother-in-law. Oulad Abbou is 50 miles south of Casablanca, Morocco in North Africa. Morocco is just 9 miles from Spain. My mother-in-law's neighbors keep animals and thus there is always a plethora of flies in the house. We bought our ribbons on-line and were very, very happy with both the job they did and the price we paid. We all enjoyed watching the ribbons fill up with flies as the days progressed. They are safe and have no odor. We plan to by more for our next trip to Oulad Abbou. Our rating is Excellent.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful:
Not sure I'd recommend...
By Keribeth on May 19, 2011
Needed these for the black flies here (particularly bad this year) and have used this type of product many times in the past; good, basic, old-fashioned and useful. Unfortunately, unrolling these is successful only part of the time - the other times strips tear only part-way through the process. I've tried unrolling slowly and methodically while turning (the usual basic method that's always worked in the past) and it's quite frustrating hanging up mostly unrolled strips (and not worth grasping the gluey torn ends to try to finish the job); obviously you don't catch as many flies with a half-rolled product. Don't know if it's the brand (have used Victor in the past), but not sure I'll order again. Nice to get a bulk amount, though - but only if the items work!
6 of 6 people found this review helpful:
Great size for in-house use
By Ludi on May 5, 2012
These fly ribbons were just the right size for me. We have all kinds of "things" flying around in the early spring and summer and they are, of course, attached to light. I very carefully pull out and hang a fly ribbon inside a lamp shade and the insect problem, for the most part, is taken care of. Good price, too.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful:
By Mary on July 24, 2011
I needed fly control in garage and laundryroom. Both have a door that is open to the outdoors. Very effective. I would not want to use them outdoors where they might catch a curious hummingbird.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
Good value for money
By Barbara on August 10, 2011
We can't keep these up very long, so finding a way to purchase them economically was the goal. At 31 cents each, this is the least expensive option we have. Just be patient when unwinding them from the case and you'll be happy with the results. We use other Revenge products with great success.
By Shannon on May 19, 2013
I read positive reviews, but I got nothing from these. Had to kill all these flies in my house (how are they getting in?! I've got to solve that mystery) the old fashion way with a fly swatter. I wish they had worked...glad they were too expensive, as I threw the last few away.
By Kay on March 20, 2013
These are great....fighting against the flies. For a reason we cannot find the cause, we had an influx of tiny flies. Did not have any fly ribbons on hand, so ordered more. They took care of this problem quickly.
Excellent moth catchers
By Carsie on November 19, 2012
We have survived (so far) an infestation of very small moths. After we discovered and destroyed the lair in some bird seed for outside feeders, the number observed declined considerably. However, one or two continue to pop up. The Fly Ribbons have been wonderful in controlling the remnants of teh population.
Catches them all
By Phils on November 2, 2012
A little tricky to unwind out of the tube. Worked great, just like I remembered. Hung up in the center of the room and all flies caught in 2 days no fuss.
By Jazy175 on September 24, 2012
these fly ribbons fill up with flies almost as quickly as we put them up---useful in both barn and house
Fly strips break
By Rider49 on August 27, 2012
I have used this brand for a number of years but never had this much trouble unrolling them. I haven't used all 100 but out of the 30 I have used at least 5 or 6 broke in the unrolling process. Maybe a bad batch from manufacturer? The ones that do unroll are very effective and I like to see how many flies are caught. Gives me a good feeling knowing at least those won't be bothering my animals in the barn. Order came quickly.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Fast & convenient!
By Linda on August 2, 2012
I have a farm with ducks, geese, horses and rabbits and the flies get so annoying. I go through a lot of fly ribbons, it was nice to be able to buy a case of 100. Shipping was free on this product and it came quickly.
By Carmin on July 25, 2012
These ribbons trap flies and are as good as the best of any other ribbons like it I have ever used.
Fly ribbons do not work
By Natalia on July 15, 2012
They do not work, at least not in my kitchen. Flies are not attracted to them. They are attracted to food instead. The only good thing that can be said about the ribbons is that they are sticky.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Worked like a charm!
By Charles on July 9, 2012
Thanks a ton. The flies are history. I'd definitely recommend this product to anyone.
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August 27, 2010Mary asked:
QAre the Fly Ribbons environmentally safe?
AIt would really depend on what you mean. There are no poisons on these Fly Ribbons, so toxins are not released into the environment. On the other hand, any insect (including beneficial ones) that land on the Fly Ribbons will be killed.
June 6, 2011A. asked:
QAre the Revenge Fly Ribbons made in the USA?
AAccording to the manufacturer Roxide International, Revenge Fly ribbons are made in Korea.
May 23, 2012Hosack from Wellington Florida asked:
QDo you have the very large strips for flies?I have seen very large strips work better in barns