Apple Cider Vinegar works as a fruit fly trap, as it is made from fermented apples. Fruit flies are attracted to the smell of fermenting and rotting fruit so that they can lay their eggs. More »

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Vinegar does not keep fruit flies away; in fact, vinegar can actually attract flies. Vinegar with acetic acid will invite fruit flies into a person's kitchen, yet vinegar can also be used to eliminate a pesky fruit fly p... More »

Vinegar repels some types of flies, while attracting others. Most biting flies, such as deer and horse flies, dislike the scent and taste of vinegar. On the other hand, cider and other fruity vinegars attract fruit flies... More »

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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 »

A deer fly trap is a trap that attracts deer flies using some form of bait. In most cases, the flies are attracted by the trap's motion, color and size. The trap is covered by a sticky material that captures flies as the... More »

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A mechanical barrier, a homemade fly trap and white wine are some natural remedies for cluster flies. Cluster fly infestations are hard to get out, so sealing any cracks around baseboards, windows or other areas that let... More »

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To get rid of fruit flies in the kitchen, throw out any old or overripe fruit in the kitchen or pantry, clean out the sink drain and purchase or make fruit fly traps to contain and kill the remaining flies. Fruit flies a... More »