The Green Protect Creeping Insect Trap is an effective glue plate trap, which is used to signal the presence of pests in your home. The trap attracts silverfish, ants, cockroaches and woodlice, among others. The duration of action is approximately 2 months and the set consists of 3 pieces. Instructions for use 1. Unfold the trap according to the illustrated instructions on the outside of the package 2. Place the insect trap directly on the floor, especially in damp areas (kitchens, lofts, bathrooms, etc.) where insects are expected to occur 3. In a room of 10-12m2, it is recommended to place two traps on opposite sides of the room. 4. Check the trap daily. When an insect is found,check the trap to determine what type of pests have been caught. About silverfish Silverfish are identified by their silvery color and the two antennae on the front of their bodies. Silverfish can grow up to 1cm long and over 5 years old. Silverfish are nocturnal animals and therefore mainly active at night. Silverfish thrive in moist, warm environments and are therefore found in bathrooms, utility rooms, kitchens and lofts / attics. Silverfish hide in cracks, cracks and crevices wherever they lay their eggs. Fighting silverfish When your Green Protect Insect Trap for crawling insects has detected silverfish, you can take additional measures to remove them. Using the simple below,and environmentally friendly methods you can remove silverfish from your home: 1. Make sure the room is well ventilated and reduce the humidity as much as possible. This can also be done with the help of a dehumidifier2. Thorough and regular vacuuming and cleaning will help reduce the presence of silverfish – think of the cracks and crevices! 3. Moisture accumulates in cracks and crevices and thus provides favorable living conditions for silverfish. Dry all surfaces thoroughly after cleaning 4. If the problem persists, it is recommended to use silverfish spray. About woodlice The woodlouse can be easily recognized by its armor-like appearance and the two narrow feelers on the front of the body.They are very dependent on moisture and dry out quickly when the humidity of their habitat decreases. That is why woodlice are often found in dark and damp places. Since woodlice do not specifically live indoors, it is an indication of high humidity when you find them in your home. They use their feelers to search for moisture, water and other woodlice. Combating woodlice Once your Green Protect Insect Trap for crawling insects has detected woodlice, you can take additional measures to remove them. You can remove woodlice from your home using the following simple and environmentally friendly methods: 1. Make sure the room is well ventilated and reduce the humidity as much as possible. This can also be done with the aid of a dehumidifier2.Thorough and regular vacuuming and cleaning will help reduce the presence of silverfish – think of the cracks and crevices! 3. Water accumulates in cracks and crevices and thus provides favorable living conditions for woodlice. Dry all surfaces thoroughly after cleaning 4. Remove garden waste and rotting leaves from the vicinity of your home as woodlice thrives in these environments. If the problem persists, it is recommended to use crawling bug spray. About cockroaches Cockroaches thrive in warm and humid conditions. The most common species are the German cockroach, the Oriental cockroach and the brown-striped cockroach. Cockroaches are nocturnal animals and move quickly.Cockroaches are carriers of viruses and bacteria and can therefore cause infectious diseases. They give off an unpleasant odor to attract other cockroaches. In some cases, however, this can cause allergic reactions in humans. These pests are looking for warmth, water and easy access to food. Therefore, they are mainly found in kitchens because appliances such as ovens, stoves, refrigerators, dishwashers and other electrical equipment give off heat and cleaning is not so easy. Controlling cockroaches Once your Green Protect Crawling Insect Trap has detected the presence of cockroaches, you can take additional measures to get rid of them. Using the simple below, eco-friendly methods can help you get rid of cockroaches from your home: 1.Thorough and regular vacuuming and cleaning will help reduce the presence of cockroaches – think of the cracks and crevices! Water accumulates in cracks and crevices and thus provides favorable living conditions for cockroaches. Dry all surfaces thoroughly after cleaning 2. Remove food debris, ensure that liquids and food are removed from the places where the cockroaches have been seen 3. Every day, empty the trash and clean up spilled liquids and food waste 4. Seal all possible access points such as cracks and crevices 5. If the problem persists, it is recommended that cockroach poison be released. Includes: 3 stages. Duration of action: 2 months.