Strube Sticky Stink Bug Trap (Indoor)

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Strube Sticky Stink Bug Trap (Indoor)

For superior indoor/outdoor control of stink bugs and kudzu bugs, we recommend also purchasing our exclusive Stink Bug Control Kit

The Strube Sticky Stink Bug Trap is THE ORIGINAL and one of the most effective Stink bug catching lights you can buy.  Recently the Strube Sticky Stink Bug Trap has shown to catch Kudzu Bugs as well. This excellent stink bug trap was built from the ground up by entrepreneur Andy Strube from Pennsylvania, who spent months designing and testing the perfect trap to solve his own irritating stink bug infestation.  The trap you see today is based on hundreds of tests and feedback from customers, homeowners, farmers, university professors and experts in the stink bug control field.  The patent pending stink bug trap features a combination of light, scented lure and super sticky catch glue that ensures Stink Bugs cannot escape.  The internal light of the trap gently warms and releases an all-natural scent that is barely detectable to humans but irresistible to stink bugs.  Combined, these attractants pull stink bugs into landing on the traps exterior, where they are quickly stuck!  One trap will catch hundreds of stink bugs. Once it is full you can replace the center cylinder with a replacement cartridge to continue catching stink bugs.  Made right in Pennsylvania, USA.

Indoor use only.


Active Ingredient: Contains a non-toxic glue and an all-natural secret scent that attracts Stink Bugs.
Target pests: Stink Bugs including the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug, also catches Kudzu Bugs
For use in: Indoors
Parts Included: The trap includes a loop to hang the trap, and an internal light bulb with a 6-foot power cord.
Manufactured By: Strube



The Strube Sticky Stink Bug Trap is THE ORIGINAL and one of the most effective Stink bug catching lights you can buy.  This excellent stink bug trap was built from the ground up by entrepreneur Andy Strube from Pennsylvania, who spent months designing and testing the perfect trap to solve his own irritating stink bug infestation.  The trap you see today is based on hundreds of tests and feedback from customers, homeowners, farmers, university professors and experts in the stink bug control field.  The patent pending stink bug trap features a combination of light, scented lure and super sticky catch glue that ensures Stink Bugs cannot escape.  The internal light of the trap gently warms and releases an all-natural scent that is barely detectable to humans but irresistible to stink bugs.  Combined, these attractants pull stink bugs into landing on the traps exterior, where they are quickly stuck!  One trap will catch hundreds of stink bugs.  Made right in Pennsylvania, USA.

The trap includes a loop to hang the trap, and an internal light bulb with a 6-foot power cord.


How to use the Strube Sticky Stink Bug Trap

The Strub Sticky Stink Bug Trap should be hung indoors.  It contains a hook that allows the trap to hang.  The warmer the area, the more active the bugs will be, and the more effective the trap. That means upper floors and attics, where heat collects, are most conducive to catching stink bugs.

Leave the trap in one place and let it run all night to catch as many stink bugs as possilbe. Turn off any other lights in the room. The trap needs to be the primary light source. The trap can be hung near a window but not in direct sunlight, which could melt the glue on the outside of the trap.


What the news media is saying:

Does it really work?
"Definitely, it’s filled with bugs," said Oster. "I don’t have a bad infestation. I was surprised at how many I caught."
- CBS News, Pittsburgh, PA

"I installed it in an upstairs bathroom, where I know many of the bugs enter the house. I caught 10 bugs the first night, and the trap continues to lure the insects. The company's Facebook page is filled with photos of traps littered with dead stink bugs."
- Pittsburgh Post Gazette



 

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  • 16 of 19 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 Stars  A real solution
    By JC on September 6, 2011
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    Stink bugs swarm toward light and warmth when it starts getting cold outside in order to find a place to hibernate until spring/summer. When they feel the heat of spring/summer, they then try to get back outside, where they will find vegetation to eat and on which to lay their eggs. (They do nothing but hibernate in your home, though many more may be there than you know so it may seem they have multiplied come spring. They do not multiply in your walls, unless you're growing apple trees in there). Other traps claim to attract with a "pheromone", and claim the bugs will dessicate or dry out inside the trap. Are they kidding? They won't have eaten/drank a thing for 6 months or more inside your home, but happily fly away in spring. Dessication will not work and it is doubtful pheromones will either. This has all the right elements and should work. It's the beginning of September, and in a normal year, the swarming will be in full swing by mid-October (and every warm day thereafter). I will update this review then.

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  • 9 of 9 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Strube Stink Bug Trap is a Life Saver!!
    By Daisydukes on October 20, 2011

    I have been pested by these bugs for the past year! I had tried a couple other traps on the market with no results. So happy I found this trap! It continues to accumulate stink bugs everyday. It actually makes a really great night light too.

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  • 8 of 8 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 Stars  strube sticky stink bug trap
    By Janied on October 4, 2012

    I bought two of these because we were overun last year. I also bought the extra sleeves figuring I would need them when they got full. I have hundreds on the outside of my house every day, and about 50 in the house when we get home from work. After three weeks, the one in the house has caught 14. The one in the garage has caught 6. Dawn and water sprayed on them kills them.

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  • 2 of 5 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 Stars  Mishandled Box Containing the Strube Stink Bug Trap
    By Patricia on October 25, 2012
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    One side of the cardboard holding this trap in place inside the box had broken loose and the trap was loose on one end and broke the plastic tray to be put on the bottom of the trap. I tried to tape it back together but can't get it to stay on the trap. Maybe the box was not handled properly and caused the cardboard holder to break loose.

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  standing stinkbugtrap
    By Grace on January 18, 2013

    i bought the standing trap last year and would like another because of high ceilings can you let me know if they are still avaiiable they work wonders and thank god for you andy

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 Stars  strube sticky stink bug trap
    By Frank on February 20, 2013
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    we are having three stinkbugs per evening. two weeks & it caught one stinkpug. that was all. we follow all instructions. i would not recomend this item.

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 Stars  Bug trap doesn't trap
    By Ramesh on March 4, 2013
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    I hanged the Strube Stinky Stink Bug Trap in my master bath. The light from the trap is too bright as a light during the night. During two weeks of use We saw stink bugs on seven different times during the day and during the night but not once they were caught by the trap. I don't know if this works outside but it DOES NOT WORK inside the house. I spent the money for the trap trusting the website and I should get my money back.

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  • 1 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 Stars  Worked like a charm
    By Melissa on April 19, 2013
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    We hung it in our high vaulted living room last night and it worked great! Living in a log cabin the suckers are everywhere! The only thing I was a little sad about was in the photo it shows it being a dark brown when in reality the device is white.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  wintertime problem
    By Darlene on February 20, 2013
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    Saw you on Infested. Product works great. Had stink bugs inside house this winter during warmer spells. Too late in season to do spraying. Perfect solution to our problem. Fantastic!!

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July 26, 2011Leon asked:

QAfter the outside of the stink bug trap is covered with stinkbugs, how do you discard the bugs?
Can you buy a new outside sticky surface or do you have to buy a new lamp?

AYou can purchase a replacement cartrige to use once the cylinder that the trap comes with is full.  A screw will allow the top where the plug is to detach from the cylinder allowing you to discard the used portion of the trap and replace it with a new glue cartridge.

6 of 7 people found this answer helpful.
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July 26, 2011Pat asked:

QDoes this stink bug trap require being plugged into an electrical outlet?

AYes, the strube stink bug trap comes with a standard plug attached to the light to plug into any standard electrical outlet.

5 of 5 people found this answer helpful.
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July 26, 2011Dave asked:

QWhat does the stink bug trap use for a power source?

AThe strube stink bug trap comes with a standard plug attached to the light to plug into any standard electrical outlet.

4 of 5 people found this answer helpful.
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September 22, 2011Jeff from Cranberry Twp, Pa asked:

QCan the stink bug trap be mounted outside in the elements?
Also, what is optimal range from house to avoid swarming and still be affective?

AThe Strube Stink Bug Trap is meant to be used indoors.  You could use it outside if it was protected, like under an overhang.  You would not want the trap to be in direct sunlight or rain.  This trap will attract stink bugs in the general area, so the optimal range would be wherever you have a protective overhang away from the house.

3 of 4 people found this answer helpful.
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August 25, 2011Mark from Wirtz, Virginia asked:

QDo the bugs stink when they are trapped on the Strube Stink Bug Trap?

AStinkbugs may still emit an odor after they are trapped in the Strube Sticky Stink Bug Trap.

3 of 4 people found this answer helpful.
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August 6, 2011Daniel from White Oak, Pa asked:

QDoes the stink bug trap have a light sensor or do you have to manually turn it off during daylight hours?
If placed in the attic and the lamp runs continuously, what is the life of the lamp?

AThe stink bug trap does not have a light sensor.  It turns on and off by plugging it in a wall socket and unplugging it.  The stink bug trap uses a standard light bulb and can remain on continuously for months at a time.  The bulb can be replaced easily if it needs to be.  The stink bug trap will catch stink bugs day or night.

2 of 3 people found this answer helpful.
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August 16, 2011Barb from Hanover, Pa asked:

QCan you use a CFL bulb for lighting the stink bug trap?

AYes, you can use any standard or CFL bulb in the strube stink bug trap.

2 of 3 people found this answer helpful.
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July 26, 2011Crystal asked:

QHow do you dispose of the bugs? Can you re-use the tube?

AYou can purchase a replacement cartrige to use once the cylinder that the trap comes with is full.  A screw will allow the top where the plug is to detach from the cylinder allowing you to discard the used portion of the trap and replace it with a new glue cartridge.

2 of 3 people found this answer helpful.
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September 18, 2011Francoise from Boulder asked:

QDoes Strube Sticky Stink Bug Trap catch boxelder bugs?
We have a serious infestation outside and every winter they make their way in the house.

AThe Strube Stinkbug trap was specifically designed to trap stinkbugs and uses a stinkbug pheromone to help lure the insects to the traps. The Strube Stinkbug trap has not been tested for boxelder bugs and we do not know if boxelder bugs would be attracted to the trap.

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