Yes! It does. I discovered this by accident actually. As an alternative to Windex, we have been using vinegar cleaner in a spray bottle... and one day I was buzzed by a pesky housefly, and after spraying it with one mist... it dropped... took 3 steps and died. I was puzzled by this... until I started to spray any housefly I see with vinegar cleaner for the past 5 years... same result.. they walk about 3-5 steps... buzz a little, and die instantly. There must be something chemically going on within the fly with vinegar, but YES, it's a great non-toxic, clean way of instantly killing a housefly.
Vinegar is the best to use to trap and kill fruit flies.
No it does not it on gets them tipsy
No vinegar can not kill you.
yes the smell will stun the fly and will kill it
apple cider vinegar and dish soap (2 drops)
Drinking vinegar will not kill you.
White vinegar will kill algae and moss
Yes, both white vinegar and apple cider vinegar are known to repel garden pests. It's a great, natural alternative to harsh pesticides.
the reason why flies attracted to vinegar is its wet and the smell
One of the things I have used was taking a plastic bottle pouring some vinegar in the bottle and leaving the top a little on. If not cover with plastic food wrap and poke holes on the top the flies will be attracted to it and drown in the vinegar
Vinegar will eventually kill a plant as it is slightly acidic. I would however depend on the size of the plant and the amount of vinegar used.
white wine vinegar can kill warts yes but it may take longer than apple cider vinegar
Vinegar does kill dust mites. Mixing a bowl of water with vinegar will help get rid of problem dust mites.
Yes, vinegar kills aphids even though it will also kill your plant.
Vinegar will kill a wasp nest by burning the wasp and their eggs. To kill the wasp and the nest instantly mix vinegar, soap, and water to be sprayed onto the nest.
No, vinegar will kill plants.
yes vinegar kills germs
Vinegar can kill bacteria on solid surfaces. However, you would have to saturate the beef in vinegar to make sure it was killed.
No, vinegar will not actually kill mosquitoes. However, it will keep mosquitoes away. This is because mosquitoes are not attracted to the vinegar smell, therefore, they are deterred.
One way to rid the porch of flies is to make a fly trap out of a jug, apple cider vinegar, and corn syrup. The flies will be drawn to it and drown when they can not get back out.
I tried this, the vinegar did kill them, wet your hair in the vinegar and leave a shower cap on for couple of hours, not only did it kill them, the nits dislodged and came off into the comb very easly
Vinegar alone will not kill yellow jackets but if you mix it with other ingredients it will kill them. You will need to mix vinegar with water and liquid dish soap.
Vinegar will kill heart worms in some breeds of dogs. It also depends on how bad and how long your dog has had the worms that determines if vinegar will work or not.
Remember the old saying "you catch more flies with honey than with vinegar" It's true: flies recoil from vinegar. So the next time you're having a picnic, wipe the table with undiluted white vinegar before you set up.
YES ! IT DOES HAVE AN EFFECT ON vinegar BECAUSE IT CAN KILL IT