The KATCHY Insect Trap Rids Your Home of Bugs Without Using Pesticides

If this innovative trap doesn't work for you, they'll give you a full refund.

Being inside is awesome… most of the time. Buildings offer more comfortable temperature, more security from the elements, and it’s where all the really good food tends to be. But unfortunately for many of us in the human race, annoying insects like gnats, fruit flies, and mosquitoes like to come inside for the same reason. And for some of these bugs, the “really good food” is us. And while there are myriad ways to try and deal with the problem of bugs, an especially innovative and effective method is this new, innovative KATCHY insect trap.

KATCHY’s Darth Vader-like visual design might make it seem like a scary nuclear option for flying bugs in your house. But it was designed to be completely safe, even for households with pets or small children. While KATCHY might look like a traditional bug zapper, it’s actually a relatively simple glue trap that uses innovative tech to attract and trap bugs, kkilling them out of sight and hopefully out of mind.

The Katchy insect trap has two major components it uses to suck up bugs. One, is the shape you see on the top of the cylinder, which helps the fan built into the device maximize the airflow, making the air around KATCHY a major hazard zone for annoying bugs. Underneath that is the second component, which is a UV light that’s like a magnet for gnats, fruit flies, mosquitoes, and other pests, drawing them in from all over and sucking them down to the sticky glue board built into the dark recesses of KATCHY, which essentially functions as a dungeon for the bugs that have attempted to invade your home.

The Katchy Insect Trap

Best of all, KATCHY is environmentally safe (except for the bugs, that is), and without any electronic shocks or toxins that could potentially harm larger, more innocent creatures you might have around the house. And after you purchase one KATCHY insect trapper, you get a lifetime of support for the device, including the one-year money-back guarantee.

All you have to do is set Katchy up near any concentration of insects in your (near your houseplants, for example, or perhaps your kitchen garbage can). Then just turn it on, and wait for your home’s flying insect population to diminish. And if the room you put it in is dark and closed off, it’ll work even better, since the UV light will be even more effective in a dark area.

So check out the KATCHY insect trap today, and say goodbye to mosquitoes, fruit flies, gnats, and other flying pests in your home once and for all.

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