SIX FEET UNDER
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PREMIUM PANTRY MOTH TRAPS
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PREMIUM CLOTHING MOTH TRAPS
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THE FLY INN
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Six Feet Under
The best non-toxic insect killer spray on the market, Dr. Killigan’s Six Feet Under is an expertly crafted blend of select essential oils designed to eliminate bugs. While it is safe for humans and pets when used as directed, it’s deadly for destructive insects. Six Feet Under is guaranteed to keep those six-legged culprits pushing daisies.
Our most powerful protector of fresh produce, Dr. Killigan’s Sweet Surrender is a scientifically formulated and proven fruit fly attractant and killer. Developed and tested in our kitchen for your kitchen, Sweet Surrender is completely safe and non-toxic for humans and pets when used as directed, but is a truly noxious nectar for fruit flies. One dose will have them sleeping with the fishes. See what this powerful, non-toxic guardian can do for your kitchen.
Premium Pantry Moth Traps
Dr. Killigan’s Premium Pantry Moth Traps are the perfect solution to eliminate common pantry moths for good. Using only the highest quality pheromone attractants—including Dr. Killigan’s scientifically backed Blue Stripe Formula—along with the stickiest glue, this recipe is designed to not only attract and kill moths but also end their reproduction cycle.
"There are times when nature is to be revered.
And there are times it is to be restrained."
Premium Clothing Moth Traps
The only holes that belong in your clothes are the ones that come in your designer jeans. Dr. Killigan’s Premium Clothing Moth Traps are your essential first line of defense, protecting your fabrics, wool, fur, and feathers with no harsh chemicals or insecticides. Using Dr. Killigan’s incredibly potent DOUBLE pheromone formula, along with his world famous glue, these traps target the two most loathsome clothes moths plaguing closets around the globe.
The most effective tool for dispersing diatomaceous earth and other non-toxic powder insecticides, The Insect Buster® from Dr. Killigan provides a bulb duster that is compact in size…but packs a wallop. No more bed bug bites. No more ants marching two by two. This is one super-quality, single-purpose, must-have tool designed to last a lifetime.
The Fly Inn
Give insects a permanent vacation with The Fly Inn from Dr. Killigan—a captivating trap for your windows. Simply wet the suction cups on the back of the trap and secure it to any window where flying insects are drawn to light and spend plenty of time. Effortlessly stop them in their tracks—and avoid the eye-sore of dead bugs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does Six Feet Under work as a preventive measure or repellent?
Six Feet Under spray is a “kill on contact” solution for an array of bugs—including cockroaches, mosquitoes, moths, flies, earwigs and silverfish. It is not meant for preventing insects like a repellent. Our most recent upgraded formula does have a residual effect that will let the potency linger on the sprayed surface.
Where do I place The Fly Inn?
Proper trap placement is the key to your success. You want to capitalize on the fact that flies are attracted to light, by placing these traps on windows. These traps will not yield the results you desire with placement on other locations such as refrigerators, doors, or walls. These traps work best at the bottom edge of the glass because the top of the trap has the largest opening for insects to enter. Clean the glass so that the plastic housing suction cups will stick well, wet the suction cups for max suction, and adhere to windows. Then place the sticky trap insert inside the housing. Choose windows that seem to be high traffic or "popular hangouts" for bugs. There are usually at least two windows in a home that seem to attract bugs more than others. Place your traps on these windows. Proceed to catch flies and other bugs.
What kind of flying insects will be caught by The Fly Inn?
These work for flies, moths, and other insects that fly along or crawl on windows. The Fly Inn takes advantage of habits, (attraction to light and windows), instead of smells or other pheromone attractants. They catch bugs when you’re not looking, but keep in mind that not all fly species are attracted to light.
How can I best use Sweet Surrender?
Fruit Flies are also attracted to light, and to a lesser degree, heat. Experiment with different locations in your kitchen. A jar of Sweet Surrender placed on a windowsill can sometimes outperform the attractant being placed just next to the bowl of fruit. Our formula is reusable for 3-4 weeks at a time.
Will Sweet Surrender attract and kill drain Flies and gnats as well?
Our Sweet Surrender is not intended to catch drain flies or gnats but the fruit fly (drosophila melanogaster). Other names include the vinegar fly or pomace fly.. Helpful hints in identifying are: Fruit flies have rounded bodies compared to gnats. Gnats have a similar body style to mosquitos with long bodies and dangly legs. Fruit flies are brown in appearance whereas gnats are black in appearance. Drain flies have fuzz-like bodies and can be compared to the appearance of moths.
How can I best utilize these products together?
To best utilize these products, place the Fly Inn on a well-lit window. Then place the Sweet Surrender lure in a jar near any produce in the kitchen. Use Six Feet Under to wipe down any areas you may see moth eggs and larvae. You can also use it to instantly kill multiple flies on the mist setting. With these products, you have an arsenal ready to slay any bugs that come your way.
How often should I replace the moth traps?
The pheromone attractant is effective for three months once they have been removed from the foil wrapper. After that, they start to lose potency. Dispose of them sooner if they are full of moths. Unopened, these traps will keep their potency for three years after the manufacturer date that is located on the top of the box.
How do I identify which moth I have?
In this bundle, we provide both Pantry Moth and Clothing Moth Traps. Here are a few quick identifiers to assist you in determining what kind of moth you may have and where to place the traps:
-Found in quiet, dark, and undisturbed places: such as corners of closets and drawers, basements, attics, and wool rugs (that aren’t moved).
-Larvae are cream-colored, maggot-looking, and have a brown head.
-Create little holes primarily in animal-based fibers: wool, merino, cashmere, silk, feather, or fur.
-Though barely detectable, make mostly white threads on fabric that look like very fine cobwebs.
-We recommend placing one Clothing Moth Trap on your clothing rod and one low to the ground in your closet.
-Often found flying in zigzag lines in kitchens and other rooms of the house.
-Their wings are pale gray and the front wing is reddish-brown and coppery on the outer parts.
-Their webbing is found along the corners of packages or on the product itself with an unpleasant odor or sticky secretion that causes grains to clump together.
-We recommend placing them in a web-like formation. This means placing the traps in different levels near the source of the infestation: One high, one low, and one somewhere in the middle.
What are the accessories with The Insect Buster and how do I use them?
For mess-free filling, we’ve included a convenient funnel for your diatomaceous earth (DE) powder, which is not included with your order of this product. DE is a very fine powder and also clumps very easily. This can result in small inconsistencies in flow with most powder applicators on the market. To avoid this, we’ve included a steel ball already in the bulb. You can shake periodically to break up any small clumps. The flexible vinyl tubing can be attached to the curved tip to reach around corners or eaves, and last but not least, the brass extension rod can be used to get into those hard-to-reach crevices. Just unscrew the curved brass tip from the aluminum lid and thread the extension rod in its place. Now add the curved tip to the nut connector at the end of the extension rod and viola!
Are these products safe to use around my home?
All of our products in this bundle are completely non-toxic and are safe to use as directed around food, pets and children. Diatomaceous Earth powder is safe for you, but deadly for bugs. However, if diatomaceous earth is inhaled, it may irritate the nasal passages. We recommend a mask while using the Insect Buster to disperse the DE powder around the home until settled.
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