I'm out of vinegar is there any other easy method.
Hi! Great question with so many products hard to find. The answer it turns out is yes:
Put a piece of ripe banana in a bowl and cover it with plastic wrap. Poke holes for the fruit flies to get in
They are generally attracted to fruit sitting out in your kitchen, or to remnants in your garbage disposal. Try placing a half lemon and several ice cubes into the disposal, grind for 30 seconds, continue flushing water another 25 seconds. Check the underside of the disposal rubber gasket and wipe it clean.
Put your fruit in the refrigerator or under a secured glass dome, etc., until fruit flies are gone. Scrub your countertops with soapy water and a lemon scented dish detergent. Scrub cutting boards, if necessary. Check dishwasher crevices, that crevice beside your stove, etc., where fruit particles may be hiding. Scrub out refrigerator shelves.
Here's a thread that may help you out: https://www.hometalk.com/40095641/q-how-to-get-rid-of-fruit-flies-in-the-house
We’ve used a bit of wine. :)
Hi Linda. The fruit flies are attracted to a rotted food source, usually some sort of produce. Put any kind of rotted produce in a bowl and cover it with plastic wrap. Poke holes in the plastic wrap. The fruit flies go in thru those holes and can't get back out. Throw away any other produce that is rotten. Remove the source and the fruit flies vanish. Good luck Linda.
Here are 5 ways to get rid of them: https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/home/cleaning/tips/a25042/how-to-kill-fruit-flies/
Hi Linda, sorry you are dealing with nasty fruit flies. This is a great article and I hope the yeast works for you. Good luck
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Hi Linda: Here's a site that should help:
This is a post I wrote a few years ago and there is one of these on my counter right now, we have millions right now! https://www.homeroad.net/2015/10/a-fruit-fly-trap-that-works.html
You can substitute with honey or soda.
Hello. Something like a yellow sticky trap might be tried if you have those on hand.