Bye Bye Flying Bugs Without the Annoying Buzz or Chemicals

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This month we finally finished up our backyard remodel but the one thing that was missing was something to control the bugs. Here we were with a beautiful backyard to enjoy, but the bugs were out of control back there!

So about two weeks ago we hung and plugged in a Dynatrap Insect Trap. There was no chemicals to spray and no annoying buzz to listen to. There wasn’t even a super bright light to ruin our ambiance back there.

Features of the Dynatrap Insect Trap:

  • The DT1050 model protects up to 1/2 acre.
  • Designed for all-weather conditions.
  • Pesticide and odor free. It emits CO2 that is actually irresistible to bugs.
  • Whisper quiet fan operation sucks in bugs and they dehydrate and die – it is seriously super quiet.
  • No refills of anything to buy, just a nearby outlet to plug the unit in – and a 10-foot cord.
  • UV Bulb rated for 3,000 hours. Replacement bulbs run around $13 and it is recommended to replace it every 4 months or so.
  • Includes chain and cleaning brush
  • Not an eyesore to look at thanks to its nice outside design.

  • Easily emptied by twisting the bottom and pouring out.
  • Traps so many different bugs!

Honestly, I love our Dynatrap Insect Trap. While it is not 100% perfect, it has caught a whole heck of a lot of bugs! We are actually considering a second one for the other side of our yard to catch what is missed but I think too if we play around with where we hang it, that will help to.

Here is 2 weeks worth of bug carcasses:

Check out the Dynatrap Insect Trap for yourself and take back your backyard!

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  1. This is an amazing insect trap! Outside, inside bugs can’t hide, which is great since we can’t always see them. Plus some bugs carry diseases! I really like the no chemicals part and that the Dynatrap Insect Trap doesn’t use a lot of electricity either – it’s a win – win!
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