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How do you get rid of fruit flies in your home?

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2012-08-07 21:22:03
2012-08-07 21:22:03

use a net and sticky traps.

There are many ways and things you can try To get rid of fruit flies. I personally recommend that you use a vinegar trap. It is efficient and not hazard's. All you need to do is to pour some vinegar into a source. Then make a cone out of paper with the one end small enough for a fruit fly to go into. The cone must not touch the vinegar. The fruit flies will go in because they love the smell but they won't know how to get out.

For more information try: http://www.thebugsquad.com/fruit-flies/getting-rid-of-fruit-flies

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Get rid of old food, don't leave food out.


If they are tiny (Fruit flies), they probably came in on the fruit you purchased from a store.


Fruit Flies can sense other types of food too, like grains or vegetables. Also its very important to note that fruit flies do not only breed on fruit. Any sugary substance or even your rubbish bins can be perfect places for fruit flies. More information can be found here: http://www.thebugsquad.com/fruit-flies/how-to-get-rid-of-fruit-flies


i just got two peepers and they eat fruit flies (if you have fruit flies they will get rid of them) leaves,small crickets and ants


Cleanliness especially around kitchen sinks and removal of the enticement, which is rotting food, function as effective remedies for getting rid of fruit flies. Known as Drosophilidae, fruit flies make up a diverse family with a very short lifespan and with a passion for fermenting, rotting material. Another effective remedy requires a vinegar trap, which lures fruit flies with the fermenting smells of vinegar.


leave out a glass of red wine or vinegar


The tiny brown bugs that fly in the home are called fruit flies. Fruit flies are about 1/8 inch in length.


yes the smell will stun the fly and will kill it



A Venus Flytrap will catch fruit flies in your home. A Venus Fly Trap will eat any kind of insect or spider.



I think they must have we have some at home and I think they actually GROW from the fruit! I never thought they bit until yesterday when I found a series of clear bites all up my left arm and now it's itching like mad - I don't like fruit flies, they thrive in damp sugary environments and multiply by the dozen daily! I used some insect spray to get rid of them but found more alive - gat rid of all bad fruit and flower is my advice!


Through open windows, doors, etc.


Fruit flies are attracted to the smell of the fruit, they fly to the fruit to get to it. There they breed and lay their eggs so some fruit flies are born on the fruit.


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No. They are fruit flies. They eat fruit. Not harmful.


Make sure to keep your drains of your house clean often. get rid of all soiled food substances and wash down all surfaces daily. Also try a fruit fly trap.


No, they stay fruit flies.


Fruit flies infest fruit by actually burrowing into the fruit, and laying their eggs inside of it. So when they hatch, the fruit flies then devour their environment


It seems that there are a few home remedies, including vinegar, which have been suggested. You can find a listing of different solutions at http://www.wikihow.com/Discussion:Get-Rid-of-Fruit-Flies Hope this helps you. We're going to try the vinegar solution to see how that works.


You probably are if female fruit flies were on it.


No. fruit flies eat fruit. but they can throw up on it.



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