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Air-Scent Offers Ultra-Violet Fly Control Products

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The company's electronic flying insect control trap is used for indoor fly control in hospitals, food-handling, commercial, industrial and residential areas.

| March 17, 2014

Air-Scent International offers a variety of fly control solutions. The electronic flying insect control trap from Air-Scent International is used for indoor fly control in hospitals, food-handling, commercial, industrial and residential areas. The fundamentals of this warranteed fly trap are simple, yet effective, the company reports. Ultraviolet light lures flies to the attractive unit. Flies are either trapped on a disposable glue board that can be replaced every 28 days.
 
For more information visit www.FLYTRAPPERS.com.
 
 

 

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