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Product Description

Natural Catch® works anywhere fruitflies are a problem. The patented design allows easy use within displays or stands freely on countertops. Natural Catch® controls fruitflies with a safe, easy-to-use, non-toxic, patented design. Made of FDA approved food grade material Natural catch Natural Fly Control is effective for 30 days Controls Flies. Gnats, Midges, Mosquitoes, Vinegar Flies or Drosophila Convenient and Versatile..... Effective Natural Catch® works! It is simple, safe, and economical Controls

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  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004FDUHS8
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (159 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,214 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

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Customer Reviews

No more fruit flies.
bradysix
I had the traps out for a week and not one fruit fly went into the trap during that time.
Mishele
I ended up using a some dish soap and apple cider vinegar in a small cup.
David R. Kroc

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By carrol renee on September 23, 2011
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My mother has been having problems with fruit flies in her kitchen. We tried the Natural Catch Fruit Fly traps. They work great. No smell, you don't have to touch anything gross. After a month, just toss them away.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Walter H. Stover on July 22, 2012
WOW - These fruit fly traps are great. Cleared my big kitchen of a major group of fruit flies in just two days. The flies ignored plates with left over food residues
that used to attract them and went for the traps instead.

Normally, I have a minor amount of fruit flies in late April - May. Then they just disappear. But not this year. They just keep on and on and would not leave. Sort of got desperate and bought the traps and they were highly effective. Will definitely keep a couple on hand in case they come back. Am highly satisfied with this product.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Steve Kaye on October 3, 2012
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I have been battling an army of fruit flies and they have been winning. After reading some of the reviews I ordered and anxiously awaited my traps. These traps were a little tiny bit better than my red wine/plastic wrap traps. BUT the basic design was interesting so I took a razor knife and cut out one side and put in some blended bananas and strawberries and sealed the hole with clear packing tape. The flies liked this mixture better than the original fluid and I could see all the dead flies inside. Yea! The only downside is that the fruit mix got pretty rancid after a few days so I had to clean it out and this time I used some red wine. It worked as well as the original liguid. Now I am experimenting with different concoctions. If I find something really good I will update my review.

The bottom line is that, while it did not really work really well, I am glad I bought them. So far I have refilled them several times and I'll bet it get another 100 refills out of it. So I have to recommend it BECAUSE it can be refilled and used over and over again.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By J. Ellen on September 3, 2012
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I had a terrible infestation of fruit flies this summer. In the past, I've had a few flies but nothing like this. They seemed to be multiplying which was kind of freaking me out. Looking online for solutions, I could not believe what a real problem it is. I tried some of the home remedies which were a lot of work and literally gross to deal with (fruit in vinegar and wine, etc).

I thought I'd try this product because it had some good reviews, and I'm glad I did. You simply pierce the four holes with a small stick that is provided. It allows the scent (bait) out that attracts the buggers. It's very discreet looking. I just placed it on my kitchen table and very soon they started heading for it and going in....never to be seen again. Yes!!

The Natural Catch Fruit Fly Trap did really clean up the problem quickly.I believe the instructions said to keep a trap out for a month. I knew it was just over a month, but I thought I'd let it go a bit. I could not believe I saw one lonely straggler fruit fly there today, so the scent must still be working! I do plan to put the other one out soon, just in case.

The price is good, and it does the job. The seller was easy to deal with, and the product came promptly. What more could you ask for?
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By J&C on August 13, 2012
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The fruit fly is a cunning foe. We did battle for two weeks before I bought these traps. I used ammonia, vacuum cleaners, wine traps, bug zappers, etc, and they kept coming back. This trap solved my fruit fly problems in two days. The foe has been vanquished. I have absolutely nothing bad to say about this product. Easy to use, not ugly or obvious, no mess, low-priced, and VERY effective. Completely satisfied customer.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Gramma7 on May 5, 2014
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Ordered from Amazon because they were cheaper than other suppliers (+ free shipping) for this product which is only available online. Didn't know they'd come in plastic bag with no stick to poke them with (and no instructions, if you've never used them before). Guess I'll have to use a thin nail or skewer to poke out the holes. I keep them in a ceramic holder, which is made for them, next to my fruit/veggie basket in the kitchen, and they do work as advertised. Here in Florida, they really do need to be changed every 5 or 6 weeks. Good product; just a little disappointed in the way they were packaged
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Al Ferrell on October 9, 2014
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I don't know if there's a proprietary mix of "bait" in these traps, because I smell vinegar so it could be they're filled with just that. However, the shape of the trap is quite effective. I used the mason jar with a cone in it, and various other home remedies, but couldn't seem to get rid of the outbreak in my kitchen. 48 hours after deploying two of these, and I haven't seen a fruit fly since. Perhaps the bait was irresistible, but I really think it's just the shape of the trap that keeps them in better once they take the bait. Either way, I found these very effective and plan to keep one on hand in the pantry so I'm ready the next time I bring home fruit that comes with free flies. You can keep these on hand that way because they're sealed until you puncture the sealed bait wells with the provided tool.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Lady MD on August 20, 2012
We have a compost jar in the kitchen, and lots of house plants. Some years the fruit flies are rampant and obnoxious. They were all gone after the trap was out for a few days, and it is nontoxic so we can safely use it around food and in the kitchen. The flies seem to prefer kitchen waste to plants, so just having the traps in the kitchen--one outside and one inside the (covered) compost jar--gets rid of them all. There may be cheaper ways to achieve the same (vinegar in a dish?), but these are tidy and easy to deal with.
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