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Oct 27

How To Get Rid Of Fruit Flies And Gnats

Alright, so you have a problem. You are here because you want to know how to get rid of fruit flies and gnats. First, you must clean your home. If you have any fruits or vegetables out on your counters you are begging for the gnats and fruit flies to enter your home. Also make sure not to over water house plants. Gnats and fruit flies love over watered plants for some reason. Make sure your kitchen is clean. You will want to empty and clean your trash cans regularly because the gross stuff that accumulates on the trash can will attract them as well. Most of the time this is all you need to do to get rid of fruit flies and gnats.

Ok, the house is clean but you still need help getting rid of your fruit flies and gnats. Try this cool trick! Fruit flies and gnats are attracted to the smell of vinegar. Poke a couple of holes in the top of a mason jar and fill it with vinegar. The fruit flies and gnats will climb in and wont be able to get out. It’s basically a fruit fly and gnat trap. This is a great way on how to get rid of fruit flies and gnats, but keep reading if you would like to try something else.

You can also try coating your kitchen sink with vegetable oil. Once the gnats and fruit flies get coated they can not lay eggs and many will die. This is a messy way but can get the job done. It will take a little longer to get rid of them but at least they wont be able to lay eggs for the next generation of annoyances. Keep reading for the last resort.

You can just go down to the grocery or hardware store and pick up one of the many flying insect sprays. Just make sure and check the label for warnings regarding children and pets. I hope that one of the ways on how to get rid of fruit flies and gnats above work so you do not have to resort to chemicals, but you gotta do what you gotta do.

Fruit flies can be extremely embarrassing and can be hard to get rid of. Once you get rid of them now you must do your best to keep your house clean so they do not come back. They are actually fairly easy to get rid of, its keeping them away that becomes difficult. I wish you luck and hope your problem gets cleared up!

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