Raid Fly and Wasp Killer Reviews
Product Type: SC Johnson household products
Description:Manufacturer: SC Johnson / Specially formulated for the control of flying insects including flies, mosquitoes and ... more
Newest Review: ... shelf. The packaging is distinct, although I can get it confused with furniture polish and almost used it to clean my desk at ... more
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Customer Raid Fly and Wasp Killer Reviews (44)
by - written on 02/03/13 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I picked up a bottle of this last summer. Our old flat had a few infestations- ladybirds in the attic (odd considering it was winter/spring time), wasps in the attic (terrifying), rats in the walls & attic (disgusting) and flies (gross). We moved out not long after flies started turning up all over the place- quite a few in the communal hallway and not a big amount but a few in our flat each day. We later noticed when moving out an empty flat was full of them (a window without curtains on the front of the building was where we noticed)- crawling all over the windows, dead on the floor- I'd hate to be the person to do the job of cleaning this up! Anyway, we ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/12 (Very useful, 55 readings)
A couple of years ago I came downstairs one day to find the conservatory was full of hoverflies - I have no idea where they came from, one day there was none and the next it was like a plague. I opened the back door in the hope that they'd fly out to freedom, but when that didn't seem to be the case I had to break out the fly killer. I had a bottle of raid in that trusty old 'cupboard under the kitchen sink' so I gave that a good blast around the conservatory, then shut the french doors into the rest of the house and gave it time to take effect. A short while later when I looked out they were no longer flying about the place, but had left a thin carpet of them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/12 (Very useful, 62 readings)
~ Raid Fly and Wasp Killer ~ For some reason unbeknown to me over the last 3 weeks or so I have been noticing flies in the house, I do have the back door open more now than ever before due to the arrival of Mookie puppy dog but still ... So of course after swatting away with a magazine and coming off looking more like a crazy woman than actually killing any flies I thought I would scour the supermarket shelves for a decent fly spray. It was in Asda that I came across this Raid Fly and Wasp Killer. It cost £2.20 for a large 300ml can so in the trolley it went. Being the sick twisted individual I am! I couldn't wait to get this stuff home and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/11 (Very useful, 55 readings)
We went on holiday to Wales a year ago and the place was lovely but the downside was that there were so many flies as soon as we entered the self catering cottage that we were overwhelmed with them and they started to make the holiday unpleasant. We bought a tin can of Raid Fly and Wasp Killer from the supermarket for £1.70 for a 300ml can. It is designed for killing all flying bugs inlcuding wasps, flies, mosquitoes etc. We had got desperate the day before and my other half had spent half the night trying to swat them but she missed most of them and just got worn out and angry. This Raid stuff is very easy to use in my opinion. Shake the can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/11 (Very useful, 62 readings)
Our son has special needs and is terrified of every sort of flying insect. Wasps are the most feared, and not just by him. I think we have had a wasp nest somewhere in our house every year since we moved here. We live in the country too, so flies and wasps are never that far away. Once the windows and doors are open for the summer, it's open-house for the flying insects! I hate the things! The first thing we usually hear in our house when a fly or wasp enters is not the buzzing.....it's the plaintive yell from our son, 'GET THE RAAAAAAAID!'. What would we do without our trusty can? Raid is an excellent fly and wasp killer. It comes in ... Read the complete review
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