Science: Health: Disinfection
germfree fly swatter   (+1, -2)  [vote for, against]
Peel-off the bug guts

Fly swatters are disgusting when you think about it. This idea incorporates a multilayer head that is comprised of maybe 8 very thin sheets of plastic than can be peeled off. After you smack the bug, peel off the outside bug-gut spattered layer.
-- davea0511, Oct 17 2007

Hit 'em with one of these http://www.amazingh...43&CFTOKEN=18051856
[DrCurry, Oct 17 2007]

Btw, the peel-off sticky fly swatter is patented, by the look of it http://www.patentst...46-description.html
[DrCurry, Oct 17 2007]

Disposable plastic consumerism combined with bubble boyesque anti-germ sentiment? Disgusting when think about it.
-- Texticle, Oct 17 2007

Aren't the plastic sheets then germy?
-- Noexit, Oct 17 2007

>Aren't the plastic sheets then germy?

Yeah, that's why you peel them off and mail them to someone you don't like
-- davea0511, Oct 17 2007

>Yeah, I always just rinse my swatter off with the hose

ewwww. I don't think sticky bug guts rinse off that well. Maybe you ought to throw that nasty thing away.
-- davea0511, Oct 17 2007

what about a sponge on one side that has disinfectant in it(not dripping soaked, just a little wet) so when you smack a fly, it wets/table/person with germ killer where the sponge hit. It really doesn't take much to kill a fly. The sponge probably wouldn't promote the explosion of the fly like hard plastic would either.
-- rascalraidex, Oct 17 2007

>doesn't leave nasty bug gore in your garbage can

Garbage can? What a waste. Save those bug-soaked sheets for a special someone. Like your neighbor when their dog keeps you up all night.
-- davea0511, Oct 17 2007

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