Mouse traps. Cars. Phones. Someone’s always trying to make them better. And guess what… they DO. You know why? Because the technology moves us forward or else you’d have a horse and buggy in your garage.
But the fly swatter is perfect as is, right? Psshhh, NO! A super-genius named Lorenzo (who would fit in perfectly around here at dadand.com) invented a little thing called the BUG-A-SALT. It’s the flyswatter of the future. It’s a gun that shoots ordinary table salt like a shotgun to end flies, and it works well.
Is this a “need”? No.
Is it fun as heck to kill flies with a blast of salt? YES, yes it is.
Operating the BUG-A-SALT is simple. You fill the reservoir with table salt (you know, the stuff in the cardboard tube with the little metal spout that flips up?), you give it a single pump, flip the safety, and you’re armed and ready to blast flies into oblivion.
We say this with peace and love… don’t even bother telling us we’re cruel, because you know dang well you’ve swatted a mosquito, or a wasp, or a fly, or a spider. This is just a more fun way to do it.
It’s a fun novelty item that works and blasts flies.
If you want to know more, or buy one, go to bugasalt.com
Here’s a little video review of the BUG-A-SALT.