Zevo Quick-Start Guide
We've talked to many used Zevo users and compiled best practices for using our trap for optimal results.
Where to Use Zevo For Best Results
- Use in Garages, Covered Porches, Entryways, Kitchens - Rooms where flying insects enter and where they gather. Always be sure to place Zevo where you frequently see insects.
- Place in moderate sized rooms (10'x10" or 12'x12') or consider using multiple devices in large rooms with open floor plans.
- Use in rooms where you commonly open doors and windows.
- Position in outlets near fruits/vegetables bowls, house plants, trash cans, toilet bowls and litter boxes. Places that are close to common insect areas.
- Place in highly visible areas so it's easy for insects to discover.
- Try other locations and outlets if Zevo isn't catching flying insects.
Use Zevo Day And Night:
- Turn off competing lights and lamps near Zevo overnight. When Zevo is the only light source, it will attract more flying insects.
Things to Avoid When Using ZevoRoom Considerations:
- Avoid rooms in the middle of your home and upstairs where you don't typically see flying insects. Flying insects don't usually journey deep into your home.
Locations and Placement Considerations:
- Don't place Zevo directly next to a window or door on the same wall (bugs don't u-turn very well).
- Clear a path so bugs can get to Zevo. Leave six inches of open space on any side of Zevo and don't hang things above it.
- Avoid placing near computers, TVs, behind furniture, and other obstructions.
- Don't leave lights on over-night near Zevo. They can compete for the bug's attention.
Give Zevo Time to Work
- Allow a 3-7 days for Zevo to start catching flying insects. Once one flying insect is trapped, more should follow.
- Location, temperature, and humidity can all affect Zevo's performance. Flying insects are less active in cool and dry weather.
Keep Zevo Plugged in 24/7
- Zevo captures and traps flying insects 'round the clock and can help manage flying insects day after day and night after night.