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Sampat Rectangular Dining Table Natural Finish Handy Living
Inspired by Scandinavian design this rectangular dining table gets its contemporary look from its flared legs and sleek beveled edge. Perfect for everyday dining or entertaining the table seats up to 6 comfortably and has a versatile design that is equally at home in the kitchen or dining room. Color: Natural Finish.
Jay Moreno: If you do not mind the smell of a decaying corpse when the wind is just right, this a highly effective product.I feel fairly certain that the attractant that comes with the product is powdered, dehydrated flesh of some kind that starts to putrify after being rehydrated. I say that with some degree of confidence because while I purchased it to deal with houseflies drawn to my dogs back-yard droppings, it has drawn about two to three bottle flies for every one housefly.Once they check in, they never check out. They eventually tie and fall into the putrid muck at the bottom of the jar where they drown.
JBWatcher: I bought the Quart size bottle used with this bait. I hung it up outdoors by the garbage can...it's completely full in a week with what must be at least 500 - 800 dead flies. The good news is, there's no longer flies buzzing around the doors of my house waiting to get in. The bad news is, I have to buy enough of these packages for a weekly refresh, because the trap fills up so fast with dead flies. So, I decided today to buy the Gallon size trap to get a longer life out of the bait.Good stuff...just stinks horribly so don't keep it too close to your house.UPDATE: The Gallon bottle arrived, and I moved it to a less conspicuous place from where I hung the Quart bottle. After a day, no flies. After two days, only a couple of flies. What the heck could be wrong? Then it hit me...the old bottle had hung in direct sunlight for most of the day, while the new bottle was hanging in the shade. The Fly Bait wasn't "brewing" as fast, and I noticed there was no stinky smell.So, I moved the new bottle where the old one use to hang, and after a day, whammo! The new bottle was "ripe", the flies were coming, and then I moved it to the shady spot the next day where it continues to work. Once it starts to stink, it will continue to stink.So, a word to the wise...if you want faster results, let your bottle get ripe in the sunlight, and then position it where you want it to work.
Kevin M. Kelley: I'm not sure what the 1 star people did wrong, but this stuff is fantastic. I bought the large fly trap, filled it 1/2 way with water and within a day I had 50+ flies. By the end of the week the thing was filled up above the water line and so NASTY (as one other reviewer noted) I literally didn't want to touch the container. I put on some dish-washing gloves to dump out the nasty and had to control the gag-reflex as all the dead flies poured out along with several thousand maggots... disgusting, but incredibly effective.The packets are expensive, so I use about 1/3 of a packet per use rather than an entire packet. Still works great and lasts 3x as long (if I did the math right). :)My kiddos even made me a little award, "World's Best Fly Killer!"
L. Wm. Ness Braden: It's BAIT, for Pete's sake! And it works. Why you ask for twelve more words? Am I supposed to have made some kind of connection with this product?
P. Ng: follow instruction 100%, waited for one week. Not working at all, tried again many times and still same result. Save your money for food better. Don't make the same mistake like I did.