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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To get rid of drain or sewer flies can entail identifying and eliminating their breeding sites and then using insecticidal products to kill adult flies. An infestation of sewer flies occurs in areas, which are called bre... More »

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 »

To get rid of maggots, it is necessary to eliminate anything in the area that attract house flies. For instance, trash bins should be lidded and cleaned regularly to prevent maggots. Remove maggots by treating the area w... More »

To eliminate drain flies, identify the area where the flies are breeding, and clean the affected pipe. Repairs may be necessary if the flies are breeding near a damaged drainage pipe. Eliminating a drain-fly infestation ... More »

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Get rid of fruit flies by purging the house of overripe fruit and vegetables, cleaning surfaces and containers where food is stored or prepared, and sterilizing drains. Make a fruit fly trap with a jar, some plastic wrap... More »

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To eliminate attic flies, also known as cluster flies, swat dormant flies with a fly swatter, then spray remaining active ones with insecticide and vacuum/sweep up the dead ones for disposal. This process may require che... More »

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