InventHelpÂ®Client Patents Insect's Enemy Invention Could Attract Insects to Keep Them Out of Sight
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The Insect's Enemy would eliminate the need for fly paper and other insect-catching objects, rather, this device would use a light to attract insects. Once it traps the insect, it would prevent an individual from having to touch the insects' remains. According to the inventor, the invention would provide a decorative feel to the household.
The invention would be designed to resemble a house, while hanging from a two-foot long chain attached to a hook. Constructed from cardboard and wood, the device would feature a front door with an oval-shaped opening for the insects to enter through. To hang, a user would screw the hook into the ceiling or other surface.
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