Dynatrap FlyLight Insect Trap Review and Giveaway Ends 6/25/18
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It's summer on the farm, which means planting, yard work, and lots and lots of flies.  If you live in a rural area or have spent time in a rural area, you know that flies are just a part of summer.  

Flies outside are a pain, so we use a Dynatrap outside to keep pests to a minimum.  What the Dynatrap doesn't take care of, we use my bug repellent wax melts on the patio.  

I detest flies in the house.  My kids don't understand the importance of keeping the back door closed, so we might as well just leave the door leading to the patio open for as many times as it opens each day.  

Dynatrap recently sent me their FlyLight Insect Trap to review.  They were generous enough to host a giveaway as well, so one of my lucky readers will get one too!


Not only are flies unsightly in the house, but they also carry diseases.  A house fly can transmit more than 65 different diseases to people!  

When you see a fly resting somewhere in your house, there's a good chance that it regurgitated and/or excreted where it landed.  When they do this, they can leave germs that can cause serious harm to humans, including leprosy, tuberculosis, cholera, dysentery, typhoid fever, or poliomyelitis.  Yuck!

When the flies get really bad, I've resorted to using a fly strip in the house.  Having a fly strip hanging in your home is quite disgusting, and my cats kept getting stuck in it.  

Thankfully, there is a better alternative to dealing with flies or using a fly strip.


The Dynatrap FlyLight is an insect trap that works on flies, gnats, fruit flies, and other flying bugs in your home.  The AtraktaGlo™ UV light attracts bugs, and the StickyTech™ traps them.  I like it because it doesn't use pesticides or any chemicals, and it's odor free.

The unit has three sticky pads when you buy it new.  When one fills up, replace it with a new one.  More sticky pads are available from Dynatrap.

It's easy to use; just take it out of the packaging, plug it in, and you're ready to trap flies.  It protects up to 600 square feet inside your home.  

It has a built in nightlight.  I have an older home, so I don't have a lot of electrical outlets.  The unit plugs in, but it also has two plugs and two USB ports, so you aren't losing an outlet.


You can buy the FlyLight from Dynatrap.  They've generously sponsored a giveaway, so one of my readers will get a free unit.  Must be 18-years-old or older and a US resident.  Void where prohibited by law.  

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Cari Dunn
Cari Dunn

Cari lives on a small farm with her husband, three kids, two dogs, two cats, and a goat. She loves coffee, Gilmore Girls, her chihuahua, and her kids, but not in that order.