BioCare Lighted Flea Trap

BioCare Lighted Flea Trap BioCare Lighted Flea Trap by SpringStar This trap will help control even the worst flea infestations in homes. The Flea Trap is a safe and simple permanent appliance that uses heat and light to draw fleas from up to 25 feet away. Fleas attracted to the trap fall through the grid and meet a sticky end on the replaceable capture pad. Trap catches 4 to 6 times more fleas than older style traps. Adult fleas are killed by the thousands on the replaceable capture pad. Works year round without poisons, expensive pills or visits to the vet. Capture pads last for 3 months or until filled with up to 10,000 fleas. CSA listed, meets and exceeds UL rating. Patented. Made in USA from unbreakable plastic. Contains one electric, lighted flea trap and one sticky capture pad. SpringStar BioCare & OakStump Farms, the company SpringStar?s BioCare and OakStump Farms lines provide effective, poison-free, non-toxic, and environmentally safe pest control products for your home and garden needs. SpringStar?s products provide alternatives to traditional chemical pest control methods by using highly-effective insect attractants combined with easy-to-use adhesive traps. Every product is designed to be "EARTH FRIENDLY," by acting as an efficient substitute for harmful pesticides. SpringStar has also reduced the amount of plastic and paper used in their products, but still guarantee that they work exceedingly well. They are made to be easily recyclable, or compostable, so after using the products you can still contribute to keeping the planet green and healthy. Founded by entomologist Michael Banfield, who has developed pest control products based on insect pheromones and biotechnology techniques. Mr. Banfield's interest in nature and his concern about the unintended effects of pesticides drives the company's goal on giving people simple, effective and economical alternatives to toxic pest control methods. All SpringStar BioCare and OakStump Farms products are made in the USA.

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