4 ways to kill fruit flies fast
Can’t figure out how to get rid of the pesky fruit flies? Fruit flies keep getting in your food and drinks?
We experience the same, so we share the 4 Best Ways to Kill Fruit Flies Fast!
1. Fruit Fly BarPro
Fruit Fly BarPro is a guaranteed solution to get rid of fruit flies, house flies, and cockroaches! They are the most effective in the market today. The vapors are so effective in not only killing fruit flies, but they eliminate the entire infestation.
They have a time-controlled vapor that are activated once it’s taken out of it’s packaging. All you have to do is apply the strip above the infestation area and the vapors will fill a 5 x 5 x 8 area. If you have a bigger area, you can use multiple strips. Each strip is effective for up to 4 months!
Fruit Fly BarPro releases a clean & odorless vapor. They leave no residue on any surface which makes it easy as it leaves no mess, no clean-up needed, and has no odors!
2. Apple Cider Vinegar
Get a bottle of apple cider vinegar and pour some of it into an empty bottle. Cover the opening in plastic wrap and use a rubber band to make sure it doesn’t come off. In the plastic wrap, make sure you poke holes for the fruit flies to enter. The fruit flies will start to enter, and they won’t be able to exit afterwards.
This method is effective, however, this does not eliminate the infestation.
3. Paper Cone & Fruit
You’ll often see the paper cone method. This is a simple method that is effective, however, it does not eliminate the infestation. You’ll continuously see fruit flies coming as this will not kill the eggs that they have most likely laid elsewhere.
To do this, you’ll place a little vinegar and a chunk of ripe fruit in a jar. Roll a piece of paper into the shape of a cone and stick it into the jar. Narrow end will go into the jar. They will be able to go into the jar, but won’t be able to get out.
4. Red Wine
As disgusting as this is, fruit flies love the smell of wine. Leave out an open bottle or an glass with red wine, and the fruit flies will be attracted to the wine. They will eventually fly into the wine and drown in it.