Flying Insect Ribbon

Former name: Wilson One Shot Fly Ribbon

Feel like you're in a sticky situation when it comes to flies in and around your house? What you need is our Flying Insect Ribbon. The adhesive on the ribbon sticks it to flies and won’t let them go. It’s a non-toxic option for fly control. that can be used indoors or outdoors.

Benefits and characteristics

Traps insects thanks to adhesive on strip

Traps insects thanks to adhesive on strip



Where to use

  • Indoors

  • Outdoors

  • Lawn

  • Flower gardens

  • Edible gardens

  • Patios, porches and decks

  • Building foundations

Effective against

How to use

Step 1
Pull out cord slowly with a twirling motion.

Step 2
Warm if it is very cold.

Step 3
Hang (with thumbtack provided) away from direct sunlight.



Flies are sensitive to light, temperature and humidity. If no insects are caught within 2 or 3 days, switch to another location (further from or closer to a window, etc.).

Wrap securely in newspaper, paper bag or plastic bag and discard in household garbage.

Store unopened ribbons in a dry,cool area.

For additional product information or in case of emergency, spills or fire, call toll-free 1-800-268-2608.


Keep out of reach of children. If on skin, remove adhesive using rubbing alcohol.


Download safety data sheet link

Non-toxic adhesive

Frequently asked questions about Wilson FLY OUT Flying Insect Ribbon

The ribbon is made of paper, coated with a sweetly fragrant, but extremely sticky substance. Once you unwind it and place it on a ceiling in an area where you see flies, they are attracted to the ribbon, and then simply stick to it and cannot escape.

Yes. It is a method that has been used for almost 100 years: a no-pesticide method of capturing flies.

It will stay sticky and last the entire season. If the ribbon is populated with too many trapped flies, we recommend replacing it.

Yes, but sometimes if no insects are caught within a few days, you need to switch it to another location (further from, or closer to, a window, etc.)

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