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  • Agatha Walton

    Fruit Fly trap via Amy Huntley (The Idea Room). The apple cider vinegar thing didn't work, so pinning this to try next time we have an infestation...

  • Anapol

    Fruit Fly Trap - The Idea Room Poor little bugs...such a smart idea

  • Britni Kirkley

    fruit fly catcher. Used apple cider vinegar the other day instead of banana, it works!

  • Hr Ptrsn

    Smart Idea: Easy way to get rid of fruit flies! The old banana trap! * I've used same setup with apple cider vinegar instead

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Want to get rid of pesky fruit flies? Put about 3/4 cup Apple Cider Vinegar into a small bowl. Add a few drops of dish soap. Find a spot near where the flies are swarming to set the bowl and leave overnight.

Cut top 1/3 of plastic pop bottle. Add 1" of warmed balsamic vinegar or wine & small piece of over ripe banana or pineapple & a squirt of dish soap to bottom of bottle, and invert the cut off piece to create a funnel, be sure it's not touching the fruit. Reheat in microwave as needed, discard & replace every 2 days.

To get rid of fruit flies, take a small glass, fill it 1/2' with Apple Cider Vinegar and 2 drops of dish washing liquid; mix well. You will find those flies drawn to the cup and gone forever! (great website)