Getting Rid of Bugs With the Dynatrap DT2000XL + a Giveaway
Living at the coast is as much paradise as it is a bug haven. The fact is that bugs seem to like me it makes sitting outside a difficult and at times unpleasant. Since the weather during these summer months is perfect for sunset nights, and dusk writing sessions. If I can reduce
Whenever possible I try to eradicate flying pets naturally with essential oils, and homemade remedies, that work for the short-term but not over the long-term. When I heard about the Dynatrap DT2000 XL Insect Trap as a potential option for removing the flying pests from my porch and immediate area.
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The Dynatrap DT2000 XL Insect Trap is a technology-driven indoor/outdoor insect trap that protections against mosquitoes, biting flies, moths, wasps, to name a few.
The DynaTrap relies on released UV light and CO2 to mimic human beings which can maximize predatory insect attraction. What this does is keep the environment safe from pesticides or harmful sprays. The strong yet silent fan vacuums the insects into a retaining circle cage which not only keeps them contained but it is safe and simple – just plug-and-hang the DynaTrap 24/7 to stop the mosquito life-cycle.
- Includes: Two UV Bulbs (installed);
- Catch Cage
- 7-Foot cord
- Brush for cleaning catch cage
- Instructions and Warranty Information
The assembly was simple and easy, and once completed it was a matter of where I wanted this. The Dynatrap DT2000 XL Insect Trap is good up to an acre, and while I do not have that much land under my feet, I do have some. It is recommended that you place this 30 feet from where you will be since this is also an attractor.
Once it was placed in its home, I turned it on to find it was quiet, but I could still hear it running, but not in an annoying way. Since this is safe in rain, I was not worried over some simple mist each morning. I powered it up, and left it to do its work. I left it for one week, and while I did look during that week, they were brief and fleeting.
At the end of the week, as I saw moths around the Dynatrap DT2000 XL Insect Trap I looked in the bin and saw I had captured a good amount of bugs that otherwise may have had me for dinner.
If you are any kind of place that has flying insects, than I would recommend getting a Dynatrap DT2000 XL Insect Trap. Also, if you are a camping family this would work great on a campsite to keep bugs at a minimum.
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