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How to Get Rid of Cluster Flies Naturally 

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You think flies buzzing around your head in the sweaty summers are annoying, think again. You cannot fathom how much more maddening it gets when there are flies in your home in the chilly winters. With all the windows and doors closed, these flies will continue to torture you unless you do something about them.

These flies that you encounter in winters are unlike the ones that visit you in the summers. Cluster flies tend to be the ones that begin to show up in late fall and last all winters. However, the most infuriating thing about these flies is their tendency to exist in clusters, in your attics. Hence getting rid of these flies is slightly more challenging than just swatting them away with a rolled newspaper. You’ll need some help with it.

But before embark on that mission, let’s get to know these winter flies a bit more.

What We Need To Know About Cluster Flies

Cluster Flies are larger than your regular house flies and they like to lie dormant between your house walls in the winters to stay safe. Their favorite most places to hide during the winter are the attics of our humble abodes. Usually, they just lie there in clusters and wait for the weather to warm up. But that is little comfort for a person who is housing a humongous family of cluster flies in their attic.

And that is only in theory anyway. Apparently these flies cannot resist t warmth and comfort of our cozy homes and are drawn to where you are simply hanging around with your happy family.

Here’s how these little vermin look if you wish to be sure that you are dealing with a cluster fly and not a regular house fly:

  • These are larger in size than house flies and have a checkered body of either black or silvery color.

  • The younger cluster flies have a patch of hair on their lower body of light brown and yellowish shade.

  • While house flies just buzz around in speed, the cluster flies lazily flies around, which make them even more irritating. They are not so quick to run away with a shake of your hand.

  • When the cluster flies are not flying, they rest their wings in an overlapping position. House flies don’t do that, theirs remain separate.

  • House flies never cluster around, unless there is some sweet food for them. But cluster flies will form a cluster right beside your attics window or a window that is used less often.  

Once you are sure that you are being bullied and tortured by cluster flies, you can do the following to get rid of them:

Methods to get rid of Cluster Flies

  1. Tri-Die Pressurized Dust

With a pointed nozzle, this pressurized dust reaches the unthinkable corners and nook of your house and leaves a fin residual behind. So the next time, a sluggish cluster fly come insides though your windows and cracks, it dies on contact. In addition, the Tri-Die dust also kills other insects and pests who had the misfortune of coming inside your house.

  1. Tempo WP Insecticide

Tempo WP insecticide is a wet powder and has a reputation for its fast and quick working in killing the insects you are targeting.  It never fades in its consistency and keeps on killing the cluster flies consistently as they come inside. It even repels them with its long residual.

  1. Fuse Foam

Fuse Fume is an instant solution with its ready to use foam. The moment you see the cluster of cluster flies in your attic windows, spray them down with these fuse foam and get rid of those pests instantly. It is most effective inside the house, outdoors, at entry points and inside cracks and crevices that serve as hideouts for the pests in your house. This fuse foam attacks the nervous system of the pests and kills them instantly.

Preventing Cluster Flies from Invading your Homes

As they say, an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure. And it’s true. If you take preventive measures in the mid of fall, and prepare your house for the upcoming cold, not only will you have a happy, comfortable winter but the pests too will stay away.

Here’s what you can do:

  • Use Suspend Polyzone, an insecticide that consists of polymer and stay safe from weather conditions and whatnot. As a result, all you need to do is treat you house and all the entry points with this handy insecticide and stay trouble free for at least 90 days.

  • The cracks and crevices in the walls of your house are the main culprits in inviting these pests inside your home. All you need to do is seal these cracks forever and stop these pests from ruining your days and nights. You can use caulks or cements to fill these openings.

  • Doors too have cracks or holes that invite these flies in. Make sure you inspect your house thoroughly and block all these openings.

  • Additionally, you can use the above mentioned insecticides as repellants too.

  • Keep an all-purpose insecticide spray in your house at all times, so that you can spray and knock down the first cluster fly that enters your home and, end the matter right then and there.

If you keep these aforementioned tips and methods in mind, and follow them through, then we assure you, no cluster fly will bother you all winter along.  

Kill Cluster Flies With Professional Products From Solutions

There are a number of products we have that can help you with cluster flies. One great recommendation is the use of a strong insecticide such as Reclaim IT. Mix the product in a gallon sprayer and apply outdoors to all window frames, door frames, soffits, eaves and the sunny side of the home as well as any other areas that are vulnerable to entry.  

Another option is to use an aerosol spray such as Pyrid Aerosol as a space spray wherever you have found them. Spray the product inside the room and allow at least a half an hour for the room to ventilate before re-entering. 

You can conveniently find all the products you need to get rid of cluster flies using our Solutions Guaranteed Fly Control Kit. From traps to sprays, you will be equipped with the best control products to eliminate cluster flies.

Conclusion

Cluster flies will no longer be a problem if you equip yourself with our professionally recommended products. For more helpful DIY pest control advice log onto our website and start a chat with our expert representatives, call us at 800-479-6583 or send us an email at askapro@solutionsstores.com



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