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Zevo Trap is a compact device that's been designed to trap and destroy a wide variety of flying insects that may be invading your home. One of these traps may also be suitable in an office setting. Once you've plugged your trap into a standard electrical outlet, the trap will aim to use the power of heat and light to attract bugs such as flies, mosquitoes, gnats, and flying roaches. It may even be able to trap flying bugs that are invisible to the eye.
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To use your Zevo Trap, you'll first need to insert a disposable cartridge and then plug it into a standard North American electrical outlet. You'll get two cartridges with each trap, so make sure you store the extra one in a safe place after you've inserted the first one in the trap. Once your trap is plugged in (with a cartridge inside), the lights on the outside should turn on, indicating that it's ready for use.
If your device's blue light and two UV lights are on and glowing, the device will begin to work. The heat and light these bulbs emit will attract bugs to the trap, where they'll get stuck to the inner cartridge's sticky adhesive pad and eventually pass away.
After about 45 days, it'll be time for you to change your disposable cartridge and throw away the bugs you've trapped. To do so, make sure you unplug your trapping device first and then take the cartridge out. Since the insects you've trapped will be stuck to the cartridge, you'll be able to throw away both the cartridge and these bugs at the same time.
Before you plug your trapping device back in, add your spare disposable cartridge to it to replace the one that's been thrown out. Once you've done that, you'll be able to plug your device back into electricity and start trapping flying bugs again.
Due to the fact that the Zevo Trap works via the power of light, one might think that it'll only work at night, while your home is fairly dark. However, it'll be able to trap bugs just as effectively during the day, and you may barely notice the light that it's giving off as it does so. Its illumination may be able to serve you well as a night light in a dark hallway, bedroom or bathroom at nighttime, though.
Instead of being a big, bulky machine, each of these traps is only about the size of a soda can or a coffee mug. As a result, most people will be able to carry one from room to room in their home, if necessary, with just one hand. The appearance of each trap is also discreet since each one resembles an air freshener that plugs into the wall. If you don't tell your houseguests that you're using this device to trap bugs, they probably won't realize that you're doing so.
While it's doing its work, the Zevo Trap won't give off any sort of odor (even a pleasant one), and won't make any noise. If you don't like the noise that some battery-powered fly swatters make, and you're not fond of the smell of bug spray or citronella candles, you might prefer to use this type of device.
You can obtain a standard-sized Zevo Trap set, which contains one trap and two disposable cartridges—enough cartridges to last you for about three months. The other option is the deluxe set, which may appeal to potential users with larger homes or offices who want to set up traps in more rooms than one. A deluxe set includes three traps and six of the disposable cartridges. For a very large room, you might actually want to plug two traps into two different outlets, in order to catch as many flying bugs as you possibly can.
To use a Zevo Trap, there'll be little physical effort required on a human's part. In most cases, unless a trap happens to malfunction, all a user will need to do is plug it in and then empty it after a few weeks. On the other hand, if you were to try to swat bugs on a daily basis with your hands or any sort of fly swatter, that would be much more physically taxing.
Some people might choose to use chemical sprays on themselves or on certain surfaces in their homes in order to kill pesky bugs. With these chemical sprays, though, there's always a chance that a person or pet will accidentally ingest some and get sick, especially if they're being used near food. Fortunately, the Zevo Trap method is a completely chemical-free method of getting rid of these critters from your immediate environment.
If you swat a bug indoors with a fly swatter, your hand or a random object, you'll need to take the time to clean up the squished bug, regardless of where you've killed it. You'll barely have to glance at any dead bugs when you pull them out of your Zevo Trap, however, since they'll all be conveniently collected within your current disposable cartridge. With just one flick of your hand towards a wastebasket or trash can, each and every one of them will be gone.
Those people who strongly care about the welfare of bugs may not be fond of this trapping device. While it offers users an efficient way of getting rid of bugs, this isn't the most humane way it could be done. The trapped bugs may have to suffer a slow, painful death before they eventually die off, while some trapping tools will just catch them and allow you to throw them outside (alive!).
Even if you aren't opposed to killing bugs, if you're in the least bit eco-friendly in the way you live your life, you may be disappointed with the extra waste the Zevo Trap will create. If you kill a bug by hand or with an inanimate object, the bug will be the only form of waste, but with this trapper, the disposable cartridge(s) inside will become waste, too.
In the event that you have a pet chameleon, don't put your Zevo Trap anywhere near its tank, as their exposure to UV light should be minimized. You should put the trap in a totally different room because too much exposure to UV light could compromise your chameleon's health.
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