The summer is here, as well as lots of natural vitamin D, great outdoor conversations, and the constant flies which can be really annoying. And not only that they are annoying, flies are extremely disgusting. One fly can contain over 200 forms of dangerous bacteria types.
These bacteria stick to the hairy legs of flies, and are immediately transferred to the food where the flies have landed on.Flies are not only a nuisance at every outside gathering, but they can as well make you sick. Fortunately, we offer you a quick and simple trick to get rid of these nasty and annoying insects.Fly swatters and electric insect killers (bug zappers) leave lots of mess behind. But this method will ensure you have no dead flies in your yard ever again.
You probably already have everything you need to put together your fly chaser.
Here are the necessary materials:
A plastic zip-up bag 4 pennies Water
Begin by filling your zip-up bag about halfway with water. Next, drop your pennies in the bag and seal it.
Then, hang the bag on a clothesline or by an open window.
How does it work? Well, flies have compound eyes. The pennies in the water take advantage of this by creating prisms of light that confuse the flies and make them see several plastic bags instead of just one.
Flies are terrified of water, so seeing an abundance of it will keep them away!
Check out the video below for more information on the fly chaser!