To remove glue from a fly trap, start by dissolving the glue with a solvent. Then, use a razor blade or a putty knife to scrape away the dissolved glue. If the fly trap is still sticky, rinse it with water and let it dry.
Advance Tips: How To Remove Glue From Fly Trap
One of the most common questions we get asked is “How do I remove the glue from my fly trap?” The short answer is that you don’t need to remove the glue, and in fact, it’s best to leave it on.
The glue is there to help keep the fly trap’s mouth closed so that it can better trap flies. If you remove the glue, the fly trap may not be able to close its mouth properly, and it will be less effective at trapping flies.
Of course, if you really want to remove the glue, you can do so with a little bit of water and a lot of patience. Just be careful not to damage the fly trap in the process.
If you have a fly trap that is covered in glue, there are a few ways that you can remove the glue. One way is to use a Q-tip or a cotton ball soaked in rubbing alcohol. Another way is to use a toothpick or a needle to pick the glue off of the trap.