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Get Rid of Fruit Flies {DIY Fruit Fly Trap}

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We have had a fruit fly outbreak, so instead of using the sticky fly traps that we've used in the past, I gave this fruit fly trap method a try. It worked perfectly!
All you need is a jar, a piece of paper, apple cider vinegar and liquid dish detergent!
Time: 2 Minutes Difficulty: Easy

To see more: http://myblessedlife.net/2013/06/get-rid-of-fruit-flies.html

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  • Barb Rosen
    Barb Rosen Wilmington, DE
    on Jun 5, 2013

    Great tip! A little red wine will work too ,some in the jar and some in you to soothe the nerves : )

  • Katt
    Katt Loganville, GA
    on Jun 5, 2013

    Myra, Thank you so much for the tip. I have a problem as as "we speek". I'm going off to make my trap!

  • Donna Pemmitt
    Donna Pemmitt Hillsdale, MI
    on Jun 6, 2013

    Put an old banana peel in a zip lock baggie. When the flies build up, slam it shut and crush the flies. By the way, the bananas are how they got in, in the first place. If you keep bananas out for very long, the flies in them hatch. I know... ewww!

  • Brenda
    Brenda Jacksonville, FL
    on Jun 6, 2013

    Does anyone know of a way besides using bleach to get rid of drain flies? We had them pretty badly about two years ago and even set off bug bombs. These helped some but were told by someone to pour a cup of bleach in every drain once a day. This actually worked and after about two weeks they were all gone. Is there another way?

  • Barbara P
    Barbara P Marquette, MI
    on Jun 6, 2013

    my daughter showed me how to rid fruit flies smalll bowl filled with cider vinegar piece of saran wrap and tighten it down with an elastic

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