Get Rid of Fruit Flies BEAPCO Drop-Ins Fruit Fly Traps vs TERRO Fruit Fly Trap vs RESCUE! FFTR2 Non-Toxic Reusable Fruit Fly Trap ... and 1 more
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Method 1: BEAPCO Drop-Ins Fruit Fly Traps
The BEAPCO fruit fly trap uses a non-toxic liquid that lasts an amazing 30 days. This trap is low maintenance and only requires you to put the Lure liquid in, and place the trap in the problem area. No need to worry about the liquid spilling out of the trap in the event it is knocked to the floor or tipped over as the patented design prevents leaks and spills. Testing has shown that the BEAPCO traps capture 2.2 times more fruit flies than the competition.
Method 2: TERRO Fruit Fly Trap
TERRO has created a fruit fly trap that looks like an apple. This allows you to put the trap in a fruit bowl with all your other fruit. The liquid in the trap is non-toxic and safe to use around children and pets. This trap can be used indoors or outdoors and works best if left undisturbed. Lasts 30 days.
Method 3: RESCUE! FFTR2 Non-Toxic Reusable Fruit Fly Trap
This trap has a supply for 60 days and the traps are refillable. RESCUE! FFTR2 traps use a food based lure and ensure attraction of fruit flies by also combining the color red in the trap design.
Method 4: Aunt Fannie's FlyPunch!
Aunt Fannie's FlyPunch! claims to be 544% more effective than their competition. It uses a non-toxic formula and is safe for pets and children. The formula is claimed to have captured a moment in fermentation that fruit flies find irresistible, so it it extremely powerful.
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