Make a DIY Fruit Fly Trap and keep those winged pests at bay!
It's technically winter, but you wouldn't know it here in Southern California. Sure, we've had a bit of rain and temps under 60 degrees, but overall it's been a warm couple years — all year round.
While that's great for trips to the beach, it makes for a bad situation with pests. We've been seeing fruit flys and ants hanging around the kitchen (uninvited!) even at the peak of winter (December-February). This DIY fruit fly trap really saved our skin, and thinned out the bulk of the winged pests.
Whether you need this DIY fruit fly trap now or in a couple of months, give it a try! Requiring just three simple steps, it couldn't be an easier design. Best of all: Guaranteed to keep your fruit fly-free and give you peace of mind.
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How to Make a DIY Fruit Fly Trap
What you need:
Make this super easy DIY Fruit Fly Trap in just 3 simple steps!
Step 1. Create a Paper Funnel.
Roll your paper into a funnel shape and tape it.
Step 2. Prepare the Bait.
In a jar, put a piece of banana or any fruit known to attract flies.
Step 3. Assemble.
Place the paper funnel in the jar and seal the sides with tape. Your DIY fruit fly trap is now ready for use!
Check out this useful video tutorial from Chowhound.