Zevo is a plug-in flying insect trap. Instead of using chemicals to attract insects, Zevo emits a blue light bio-attractant which attracts insects like flies, moths and mosquitos. Thanks to Zevo for sponsoring this post.
‘Tis the season of doors to the backyard being left open and all sorts of flying and crawling creatures making their way into homes. Just the other night I found Charger sniffing like crazy under our media console. With a flashlight in hand, I searched for discarded toddler food and tennis balls. Nope. Instead, I found a 10 inch long lizard staring straight back at me, perched on a surge protector.
Oh, hello! If you’re like me, it doesn’t matter if you have a screen door. Kayla and Blake are non-stop in and out and apparently I have become my father (just as I thought I had turned into my mother) as I yell across the kitchen to CLOSE THE DOOR!
So welcome to fly season. Amazing how it takes only ONE fly to drive an entire room of people nuts or ruin a meal. Since discovering how they eat as an adolescent, I’m thoroughly disgusted by the little buggers and obsessed with keeping them away from our food.
Though, I still can’t decide which is worse – having a fly buzzing around my fruit bowl or experiencing the shock of the loud thwak while cooking as Craig swats one unexpectedly and I jump. Hopefully not while holding something hot or sharp in my hands. However, we recently retired our fly swatters and rolled up magazines because there is no need to swat them when you have Zevo.
Zevo is a plug-in flying insect trap. Instead of using chemicals to attract insects, Zevo works using the old moth to a flame tactic…minus the flame part. Instead, Zevo emits a blue light bio-attractant which attracts insects like flies, moths and mosquitos. They come on over and get stuck inside of it. No mess, no smell, no chemical insecticides.
Plug one in your kitchen to keep flies at bay. I tried two different locations. One along the counter, near our fruit bowl and one closer to the ground. Overnight several flies made their way to the Zevo trap closer to the ground and left my pineapple alone.
Zevo can also multi-task. I plugged one in Kayla and Blake’s bathroom where it also doubled as a comforting blue night light. When you’ve caught enough flying annoyances (a single trap lasts up to 45 days) simply pop the top piece off, toss it in the trash and place a new piece on the plug in part. That’s it!
Now, what to do with those fly swatters? Give them a nice wash in the dishwasher and turn them into an awesome game for your favorite little people.
I called out colors and Blake had a blast swatting away at the flies while identifying colors. You can grab my printable and see full instructions for my printable fly swatting game right here.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Zevo Flying Insect Trap. The opinions and text are all mine.