Deals We Love: Genius Fruit Fly Traps
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Got a fruit fly problem at home? Solve it and save 44 percent with this fruit fly trap deal we absolutely love.
If you have fruit, plants or garbage in the house, you’re likely to also have fruit flies. As soon as these annoying pests find a food source, they lay hundreds of eggs that eventually hatch and cause a fruit fly infestation. Gross!
Terro Fruit Fly Traps
Why We Love It: The Terro fruit fly trap is a wonder pest-eliminating product that works. The package comes with everything you need to lure annoying fruit flies into the two traps. A small bottle of fruit fly attracting liquid comes with each purchase. Just pour a small amount of liquid into the shatter-free plastic traps and place them wherever fruit flies gather — by the fruit bowl, the garbage or the kitchen sink.
Enticed by the liquid, adult fruit flies enter the traps through one of many funnel-shaped holes. They’re unable to escape or continue breeding. Each trap comes with a built-in peekaboo window for easy monitoring, and the fun red apple design is easy on the eyes. The liquid lasts for about 45 days.
Amazon reviewers report seeing trapped fruit flies inside the little plastic traps after just one day. The Terro fruit fly trap has more than 17,000 Amazon five-star ratings and numerous repeat buyers.
Verified Amazon purchaser Benny D. says, “My mom had a serious fruit fly issue in her condo for months. Nothing we did stopped it much at all (spraying, removing plants/foods, smashing as many of those tiny things as we can). But after a couple of weeks of using this, problem solved.”
A two-pack of Terro fruit fly traps usually costs $10.45, but it’s available now on Amazon for $5.88 — 44 percent off. That gets you two apple-shaped traps, the lure solution and a home free of flying pests. Goodbye, fruit flies!
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