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Hi, can anyone recommend a decent smelling fly spray? The "Raid" brand is unbearable :( Read More
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9m, 2w agoPosted 9 months, 2 weeks ago
Hi, can anyone recommend a decent smelling fly spray? The "Raid" brand is unbearable :(
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9m, 2w agoPosted 9 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
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But you'll need to use one of these with it for it be fully effective.

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#2
We recently stopped using Raid as we just got one of these:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/ExecutionerTM-Swat-Mosquito-Swatter-Zapper/dp/B000MU2MJA
#3
i use the cheap clear anti bacterial cleaner spray that is usually less than a quid in most supermarkets, it makes them drop like flies if you pardon the pun and it doesnt smell half as bad
#4
It's designed to smell bad so people do not stay and breath it in.
#5
DistortedVision
We recently stopped using Raid as we just got one of these:https://www.amazon.co.uk/ExecutionerTM-Swat-Mosquito-Swatter-Zapper/dp/B000MU2MJA
I want one. Thanks. X)
#6
i actually like the smell of raid, smells like furniture polish
#7
I had one of those raquet things for a bit (I'm a squash player), but I've gone back to raid now as easier and more effective.

Also, let's face it, spraying a fly with anything containing chemicals will not yield a tremendous spurt in its well-being. Raid is just quicker. Try Febreze or Lynx, or virtually anything else you fancy. The fly's behaviour will soon be so compromised you can swat it/pick it up with a vacuum cleaner, etc.
#8
We moved away from Raid spray because we disliked having to leave the room after spraying and letting it take its course. Also disliked the idea in everything getting a misting of the spray. Also the smell and not to mention never having to run out plus being cheaper.

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