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fun stuff! I will have to try this next time I have a problem!
Fruit flies are driving me crazy, too. That’s a really good tip! Thanks!
I’ve got another tip for catching fruit flies: Take a nice empty jar with lid, make a few holes in the lid with a large nail. Fil the jar 2/3th with red wine. Add a few drops of dishwasher liquid. It works like this: The flies follow the smell from the red wine trough the holes. The dishwasher liquid makes them sink to the bottom and because you use red wine, you can’t see them, making the whole thing a lot easier on the eye on your counter top.
I used to do that with my grandma as a kid and i loved it! Now though i just take a small bowl or measuring cup, put in 1/4c cider vinegar and a few drops of liquid dish detergent. It lures them then kills them. It’s wonderful and easy. It does need to be replaced every day, though.