Flypunch! Fruit Fly Trap
Flypunch! Fruit Fly Trap
Say "bye bye, fruit fly." And while you're at it, kiss chemicals goodbye, too. This "fly punch" is super effective and chemical free.
If you're a gardener, a home cook, or a kitchen composter, you know the struggles of living with fruit flies. Honestly, you might know that just because you buy bananas that you can never eat before they go brown. In any case, this little bottle of "punch" sure packs a big one. We're happy to report that the old addage about flies is completely wrong. You absolutely can attract flies with vinegar, and in this case, it'll be the last you see of them.
How to Use
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Inspired by the strength of his beloved grandmother and his desire to protect the health of his family, Mat Franken set out on a journey to find a better, safer way to clean our homes. From there, he started Aunt Fannie’s with the mission to add good to every product and every task. After all, we spend 95% of our lives indoors. Mat learned that not every surface we see needs a surgical-level scrub down, and sometimes, nature does know best. With that in mind, he made sure that every person in every home could surround themselves with something good.
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Fruit flies don't stand a chance!
Just as the title suggests Fruit flies don't stand a chance. This is the best investment that I ever made.
This Really Works!
It seemed like there was a colony of fruit flies in my apartment. I opened the bottle of Aunt Fannie's Fly Punch and put it next to my plant by the window, because that's where the fruit flies seemed to gather (and most likely lay their eggs). After not too many days the population thinned out, eventually disappearing. BUT I kept the bottle of Fly Punch by the plant, because I knew that eggs would hatch and more fruit flies appear. That happened, though there were a lot less than the first batch. Still, I am keeping the bottle by the plant just in case another generation of fruit flies appears. All in all, this has been a very easy and pleasant way to get rid of the fruit fly infestation that happened from my not disposing of properly the bag the fruit came in. (I remembered later that the pushcart with the fruit had a cloud of fruit flies hovering around it.) Hopefully I won't have the same problem next year but if I do, I will absolutely buy another bottle.
The best fruit fly remedy made! Product arrived in a timely manner. Open this jar and watch those pesky fruit flies disappear!!
It doesn’t work
I bought two of these and I popped open the first one and it’s Been weeks not one fruit fly has been killed
It Does Work
With all the hype on it you would think that it’s a magnet on catching these pesky fruit flies. It has been a couple of weeks and has only caught a few and I still see em buzing around