Flying insects

Who does not know it – spring is finally here, but the warm temperatures are not the only thing coming back, so do all kinds of flying insects. As soon as you sit down at the table in the garden, the wasps come, attracted by food or drink. If you sit indoors, flies and mosquitoes buzz around you. It’s a good thing that there are solutions for both indoors and outdoors to protect yourself from these insects! Light traps and fly swats help against many flying insects. A wasp nest dummy scares off wasps from the outset and various wasp and fly traps lure the insects away from the dining table. And since there are many useful insects, many of our traps, when used correctly, offer the opportunity to protect important insects such as bees and butterflies: for example, light traps should only be used indoors and a little vinegar should be added to wasp traps.