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To get rid of flies, a person should create fly traps, clean and seal the area and add natural predators to the area that prey on flies. Pesticides can also be helpful, although these can have negative consequences for p... More »

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Getting rid of house flies involves finding and destroying their breeding sites and using insecticides to kill all adult flies. Uncovered food sources, feces and trash cans are common breeding sites for house flies. More »

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Insecticide sprays and powders are efficient at getting rid of cluster flies. Using a mini-vac has also been proven to help get rid of these flies. More »

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