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Apples, bananas, and peaches, oh my! Nothing can spoil a ripe and tasty bowl of fruit like a tribe of pesky and hungry fruit flies. There are many fruit fly removal methods out there, but while you can spray your fruit with bizarre chemicals, you probably shouldn’t do that if you plan on eating them later. Luckily, eBay has a tried-and-true non-toxic method to get rid of the fruit-loving critters. Read on to find out more!
I dislike fruit flies.Getting rid of fruit flies: A bowl, Apple Cider Vinegar, a squirt of Dawn Dish Soap, and just a little bit of water. Set it out near your bananas or trash can.where ever the little beast ares.
How to get rid of fruit flies naturally- the best way. Results in 5 minutes!
I saw awhile back the idea of using a paper funnel in a bottle to make a trap for fruit flies. Later I decided to 3D print cones to do the job better. Put fruit (Banana peels seem to work best) in a bottle, then put one of these on top. Secure it in place with either glue, tape, or cut a hole in the bottle cap and screw it over the trap. Fruit flies go in and cannot get out.