Fly repellent - pinner said "I had to repin this again for you to see. YES IT WORKS! Oh my, it looks hokie but our temps have been upper 90's and no flies in my back yard have been spotted. I spoke with a women who grew up on a dairy farm and she swears by it. She said they used 5 pennies. Go figure."
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Fly repellent - no flies in my back yard have been spotted. I spoke with a women who grew up on a dairy farm and she swears by it. She said they used 5 pennies. diy-crafts
One of the more popular posts on this blog is a nontoxic, homemade fly repellent made with – believe it or not – a penny, some water and a heavy duty zip lock bag. I learned about this trick at a local farm during one of my children’s field trips and it works extremely well... Continue Reading »
how to keep flies away from outside dining areas via apartment therapy TIP: Goodbye Fruit Flies: To get rid of pesky 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 an d gone forever!
1.Peppermint: 1 part peppermint, 1 part water and a few drops of dish soap in a spray bottle. 2.Coconut: 1 part coconut oil and 1 part vinegar, mix together in a spray bottle. Use this method in your shower, bathrooms, windows and even around all your drains in the house. 3.Citrus: Drop a few essential oils anywhere around the house that they show up!
Take a wide mouth jar and fill it 1/2 — 3/4 of the way full with apple cider vinegar. Add a few drops of dish soap, then fill the rest of the jar with water until the bubbles reach the rim of the jar. Drawn by the scent of the vinegar, the fruit flies get caught in the bubbles and die. When the bubbles disappear, dump some of it out and fill it with a little more water. Keep changing out your jar periodically until they’re all gone — it may take between 24 and 48 hours to get rid of all of them