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- Patented design lures fruit flies in and traps them - lasts 30 days!
- Traps are non-toxic and safe to use around food, children, and pets
- Can be used indoor or outdoor. Attractive, apple-shaped trap fits in with any kitchen decor.
- Safely and quickly eliminates fruit flies; flies that enter the trap cannot escape to continue breeding and multiplying
- Most effective when placed near breeding areas and left undisturbed
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From the manufacturer
TERRO Fruit Fly Trap
How It Works
A familiar problem for most homeowners, fruit flies are commonly spotted swarming around kitchen fruit bowls and near garbage storage areas.
TERRO Fruit Fly Traps lure adult fruit flies into the trap using a non-toxic, food-based liquid lure. Once the flies enter the trap, they cannot escape to continue breeding and multiplying. And better yet, gone are the days of unsightly traps — this attractive, apple-shaped trap looks right at home in any kitchen.
Don't let these annoying pests get the best of you — get rid of them with TERRO's ready-to-use, fast-acting Fruit Fly Trap.
Trapping Fruit Flies with TERRO
All stages of a fruit fly infestation depend on moist organic debris to complete the fruit fly life cycle. The non-toxic vinegar found in the TERRO Fruit Fly Trap lures the flies to the traps and eliminates the infestation. Within a few days of placing the trap near a breeding source, you should see a significant decrease in the number of fruit flies.
Fruit Fly Breeding Areas
The key to successful elimination of fruit flies is to locate their breeding source and place a TERRO Fruit Fly Trap nearby. Fruit flies are commonly spotted swarming around kitchen fruit bowls and near garbage storage areas. Place traps behind or under kitchen counters, sinks, dishwashers, near unrefrigerated fruits and vegetables, and any other location where fruit is stored.
It''s as Simple as 1-2-3
- Activate the TERRO Fruit Fly Trap by pulling the leaf-like lid off the base of the trap and exposing the vapor chamber.
- Empty the liquid lure into the trap, keeping the lid open while trap is in use
- Place the trap in an area where flies have been seen and where it won't be disturbed or tipped over
- You're done. You won't find an easier trap to use.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: The insects swarming around my house aren''t attracted to the TERRO Fruit Fly Trap I just purchased. Can you explain why?
A: Often a gnat, drain fly or other type of nuisance fly invasion is mistaken for a fruit fly invasion. As their name suggests, fruit flies are attracted to fruit - they're small, winged insects typically found around ripe produce in your kitchen, near garbage cans and open bottles of wine.
To determine what type of infestation you're dealing with, simply place a TERRO Fruit Fly trap near the area where the insects are swarming. If the flies aren't attracted to the lure, you're most likely not dealing with a fruit fly invasion.
Q: How do the TERRO Fruit Fly Traps work to control fruit fly invasions?
A: All stages of a fruit fly infestation depend on moist organic debris to complete the fruit fly life cycle. The non-toxic, food based liquid in the TERRO Fruit Fly Trap lures adult flies into the traps. Once the flies enter the trap, they cannot escape to continue breeding and multiplying.
Q: How long does it take to get rid of a fruit fly invasion?
A: The key to successfully controlling a fruit fly invasion is locating their breeding source and placing a TERRO Fruit Fly trap nearby. Within a few days of placing the trap near a breeding source, you will see a significant decrease in the number of fruit flies.
It's always a good idea to take some preventive measures and eliminate common breeding sources, such as overripe fruit and trash, whenever possible.
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The Terro fruit fly trap is a safe, fast acting way to get rid of fruit flies.
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11 days later. I pulled in to the driveway remembering with the thought of Natty lights and boogy boarding still in my head. Nothing could have prepared me for when I opened the door to my apartment.
As I opened the door, I felt like I was suddenly placed on the front lines of war. It had been a hostile orgy takeover in the 11 days that I was gone it went from a handful of fruit fly's to what seemed like hundreds if not thousands everywhere.
I immediately got on amazon and typed in fruit fly traps this was my first result.. I noticed a lot of people suggesting other home remedies. Let me just say... Ain't no body got time for that!! I needed traps and I needed them now.
When they finally arrived, I felt a sense of relief or as if backup finally reached my platoon as rations were low and moral was dropping. I set them up immediately and thought to myself now we have a war.
At first, nothing happened and I was highly disappointed amazon would let me down. I went to bed thinking that night of myself being a huge failure and even thought about just leaving my furniture and appliances behind in the morning because it was a lost cause.
The next morning when I woke up, I noticed a new freshness in the air. As I approached the battlefield, there were hardly any fruit fly's in sight. I went over to where I placed my traps and noticed at least 10 sitting on each trap and the hundreds that were already in the trap.
I had finally did it. War isn't won in a day and Rome wasn't built in one either. As the days trailed on there were less and less fly's and maybe a few stragglers here and there that suffered from the swat of a hand.
If it wasn't for the Terro fruit fly pack I would have lost everything in the Battle of the fruit fly 2016. So to you Terro I say thank you and I highly recommended it with 5 stars.
We have a "gnat" (fruit fly) problem at our house. First we tried just swatting them, which is hopeless. Then last year I made home-made fruit fly traps with apple cider vinegar and dish soap. These worked very well, but it was a hassle to make them and they make the kitchen smell like vinegar. This year, I saw one of these at the store and gave it a try. There were so many dead fruit flies in there after just one day... I didn't think we even had that many flies in the house. So I went to Amazon and bought two more. We have two in the kitchen and one by a sink in the basement. I haven't seen a fruit fly in days. I feel like having two in the same room is probably overkill, but when they are so cheap and they don't stink, I don't mind.
They don't look like fly traps, and you can't see the dead bugs on your countertop. There's something so satisfying about a product that works perfectly and still seems like it was made to be unobtrusive. Not only are they stink-free, they aren't ugly. They're very small and the apple-skin-look wrap around them means you don't see the corpses unless you lift it up to check (which I feel compelled to do several times daily).
So I made my own solution of a squirt of dish soap and apple cider vinegar, put the plastic over the glass and poked holes. I left for work and when I got home there were like 50 flies in my solution and NONE in this product's solution. So I threw them all away.
The apple cider trick always works, but the smell makes me nauseated, so I figured I'd try these traps. The smell wasn't as strong, but they didn't work at all.