Fly paper is a strip of adhesive paper, used in homes, coated with particularly sweet substances that attract insects, mostly flies, which on touching the adhesive strip remain stuck. This is an effective way to eliminate all insects that contaminate food or, for example, the surfaces of the dishes.
The "Perfetto Spiralette” flycatcher was a large consumption and maximum utility product which resolved the problem of insects in the early years of the 1900s. This was a very common problem in both families and activities located near cattle breeding or bogs.
Produced for seasonal use with peak demand in the hot months, customer’ orders were received in the autumn prior to the following summer months, with production beginning in spring and ending in July.
This product was one of the first items to be manufactured in Zobele, asserting its commercial importance from 1919 to the 70s.