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Completed Fruit Fly Trap

November 12, 2018

How to Make a Fruit Fly Trap

Ever feel like fruit flies are planning a full scale invasion on your kitchen? Have they already launched one? Ready the battlements, because here are some items you can use to make your very own fruit fly trap:

  • a jar
  • cider vinegar
  • dish soap
  • plastic wrap

First, pour a small amount of cider vinegar in the jar. Then add a few drops of dish soap. Finally, cover the jar with plastic wrap and poke a few holes in it. And that’s it! Once you’ve got the trap set up, you’ll start noticing more and more fruit flies getting caught in the concoction.


  
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