NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: The Best Home Made Fruit Fly Trap (with proof)

NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: The Best Home Made Fruit Fly Trap (with proof)

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The simplest and most effective way of getting rid of fruit flies!
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24 Replies to “NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: The Best Home Made Fruit Fly Trap (with proof)”

  1. Thank you!!! You're the best!! I'm a little (okay, a LOT) OCD about germs and mess so I thought I was going to be in a psych ward with these bugs. If I waited until i had the kids in bed after spaghetti night it would happen out of nowhere. When you aren't messy it's hard to understand or know what to do. Thank sweet baby jesus for YouTube

  2. How long does it take to trap the amount of flies you've shoed here? I made this trap about 2 hours ago but they don't get inside the holes. Does it take a while for them to get inside?

  3. I would only suggest a shallow plate or shallow bowl. The flies take longer to take the bait on a deep cup or bowl (survival of the fittest).
    Apple cider vinegar + a few drops of dish soap (be sure to stir & mix w/ cider to break the surface tension) works great. I don't cover w/ anything.
    Drowns them every time.

  4. I work in a retail surplus store so these bastards swarm in my works break room because they came in from loaves of bread [from what I've heard anyway] I used a couple of spare water and soda bottles and just filled them with vinegar and it killed a lot of them. Hopefully by using your method it'll kill a lot more of them.

  5. Blow flies like milk, they go in for a drink and don't come out. I used the vinegar from the pickled onion jar, not on purpose but w few days later I looked in thinking it was mould or something but it was fruit flies and blow flies dead so I left the jar and next day more flies went in. Fruit flies like lemon too. Put a piece of lemon peel in jar with vinegar and wait and see

  6. It works but it is a source of gathering them. It attracts hundereds of them becuase the smell of the vinegar activates their radar from a distance and they a way through any vent holes on the kitchen walls such as extractor fan channel etc and they keep coming in. The funny thing is that this year I am getting them in winter rather than summer! I have concluded they came through the drainpipes.

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