Rid your home of pesky fruit flies with these non-toxic lures placed in the Glass Fruit Fly Trap.
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no more fruit flies :)
from trumbull ct
Comments about : Fruit Fly Lures, Set of 3:
easy to use, effective at catching fruit flies
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Ft. Worth, TX
This is our first attempt at counter top composing and flies are a minor problem. So I hope this works.
Haven't caught any flies yet
from Cowpatty Flats, Texas
Don't know if it works or not, but have not seen any fruit flies lately.
Finally something that works!
from Salem, NH
I have had moderate success with other fruit fly lures, but this is the first one that worked within a couple days. This fall I had a ton of tomatoes and apples in the kitchen and it wasn't long before fruit flies showed up. These lures fixed the problem! Highly recommend.
Fruit fly Lures
from Ocala Florida
Those pesty little fruit flies are such a nuisence. They are so hard to control. The fruit fly bait is working like a charm. Placing this mixture into the attractive container that is available makes it so much more attractive and no one knows what it is used for. Very happy with these lures.
Doesn't work. Use a bit of red wine instead.
By Linda Rae
from Fairview, NC
Left it out for weeks. Not a single fruit fly or gnat entered.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
I would not recommend
This one doesn't work quite as well as the other type you sell
from Atwater Ohio
I have the lure bait in my chicken holder & I love the way it works for my fruit fly dilemma!!!!
Not sure i would buy again
Has not lured anything yet
from Johnson City, TN
Used this lure in my kitchen area. It did nothing to rid the fruit flies.
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