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Fruit Fly Traps

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Keep those tiny, annoying fruit flies away from food and out of your kitchen without using harsh, toxic chemicals. These simple traps use a combination of water, dish soap and an effective bait to attract fruit flies and prevent infestations. Place on counters near fruit, near garbage containers and beside recycle bins
  • Pesticide–free and safe for use in food–handling and food storage areas!
  • 3-1/2"H trap can hold hundreds of flies
  • Bait lasts 2–4 weeks, depending on weather and fly populations
  • Box of 2 complete traps with bait

Customer Reviews of Fruit Fly Traps
Product Rating: 2.8 out of 5.0(4 reviews)
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- 9/12/2013
said: Rick
"Very affective, really knocks the fuit flys down"
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- 10/4/2012
said: JB
"I disagree completely with the previous reviews. I love this product and have had great succes with it. Yes, the jar is plastic, but mine never melted. It also did get rid of fruit flies. We are homesteaders and at harvest time have tons of fruits and veggies out for days! These have helped cut the amount of flies down to ...none! I just wish they cost less..."
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- 12/6/2011
said: Ilka W.
"I have to agree with the previous reviewer. The containers are flimsy spice jars. I mixed the bait with hot (NOT boiling!) water as instructed, and the jar very nearly melted! The bottom was warped and I could not stand it upright. I had to place it in a votive holder. It did attract and kill a few fruit flies. Most of the flies seemed to ignore the jar/bait, though. What's worse - after a few days, the stuff started to mold!! Disgusting. If you want to try this for yourself, I strongly recommend buying the refill and use a glass spice jar. Better yet... just use a dish with apple cider vinegar and a squirt of dishwashing detergent as a bait."
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- 11/9/2011
said: Stephanie Norris
"This item is worse than worthless. It attracts more fruit flies than it kills. After three weeks of hoping this item would work, I slammed the lids in disgust and most of the fruit flies disappeared overnight. These "traps" are nothing but cheap plastic spice jars with a small amount of powdered attractant to be mixed with water. Definitely not worth the price."
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