Unfortunately, this bug vacuum doesn't do the job... it only makes a squeamish spider hater having to fight the spider to get the job done. I wanted this to work so badly, but a shoe is much more effective and faster, too!
We've had a terrible infestation of fruitflies for the past several months that I just couldn't get ahead of. We own birds, so sprays are out and traps and home remedies weren't cutting it. This works great - sucks them up and zaps them DEAD. It's pretty quiet and rechargeable so you don't need batteries. The other bug vacuums seem to be geared for kids collecting bugs to study them - this one kills them! I don't know how it will be on larger bugs, but it's perfect for fruitflies and the few flour moths I sucked up. WELL WORTH THE MONEY!...
I hate chasing spiders, crickets and other creepy, crawlies that might get into the house. This bug vacuum works great..it has a long handle which gives you extra reach to scoop those nasty things off the wall. No mess. Its always ready because it recharges in its base....
I DO NOT like spiders. Our house has more small-sized spiders than I'm comfortable with. When I researched a way to control them, I thought the Bug Vacuum was the perfect solution. Wrong.
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