Get rid of flies naturally by adding sugar water to a 1-quart canning jar, adding a paper cone to the top and setting the trap in an out-of-the-way location. This simple fly trap allows flies to enter the jar but makes e... More »

According to Garden Mentors, fruit flies can easily be deterred from plants with sticky traps, which are pesticide-free sheets of paper that naturally attract pests. Fruit flies can also be controlled with splash bait, a... More »

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Outdoor flies can be controlled with a pesticide methods that include cone traps and fly paper. Cone traps are filled with an attractant that draws flies in and traps them beneath the cone. Fly paper is coated with a sti... More »

To use household items to eliminate cockroaches, spread petroleum jelly on the inside rim of a jar, bait the jar with apple peelings, and place the jar in areas where the insects are frequently observed to trap them. Use... More »

To get rid of big flies, thoroughly clean your home, paying special attention to your kitchen. Ensure that there are no open waste disposal containers, repair broken window screens, and seal off all openings that allow f... 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 »

One option for eliminating wasps from a wall starts with identifying their exterior entry point, which provides the location of the wall nest, and setting up a nearby outside trap to lure the wasps out before attacking t... More »