This fly trap is genius. You probably have everything you need in your kitchen to make one too!

Say Goodbye to Flies with This DIY Fly Trap

DIY: organic fly trap..also a green way to use those 2ltr soda bottles! Ingenious

DIY: Organic Fly Trap

Amazing for Camping--just hang it from a tree. DIY: ORGANIC FLY TRAP Supplies: A two-liter soda bottle (used) Sharp knife A wire hanger Match, lighter, or stove gas flame Electric tape Bait (like a small piece of meat or dog poo mixed with water!

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Homemade fly trap that actually works 1 quart jar, with lid cup vinegar cup sugar Water Puncture some medium holes in the lid. Add the sugar & vinegar, then top with water. Screw on lid & place jar where the flies are a nuisance.

Each chair cost five bucks and took 30 min to make!  Shows you how to build a set of bunk beds, tables, etc. EASY to do.

Quick and Easy Homemade Fly Trap

This highly effective homemade fly trap can be assembled by your children in minutes with an empty soda bottle and some old produce as bait.

Use this as a great way to trap flies in the barn!  It's just a used soda bottle cut in half with something tempting inside!

Quick and Easy Homemade Fly Trap

homemade fly trap - rotting produce at the bottom - example potatoes- the better the bate the better the fly trap will work effectively.

Homemade Fly Trap 1 - jar with sugar water and a paper funnel all things you will have in your home to make a natural fly trap

Homemade fly traps are one of the best ways to catch flies. A homemade fly trap, when compared to a commercially available fly trap is equally effective.

Something Like Life: Homemade Fly Traps- 1/2 cup water 1 tbsp sugar 1 tbsp syrup and 1 tbsp dish soap- wish I woulda seen this when I lived in lbk!

Something Like Life: Homemade Fly Traps- cup water 1 tbsp sugar 1 tbsp syrup and 1 tbsp dish soap- wish I woulda seen this when I lived in lbk!

How to make a Homemade Fly Trap that WORKS! This is actually made with NO COST from you because the items used are used by your family or friends. When it is...

How to make a Homemade Fly Trap that WORKS! This is actually made with NO COST from you because the items used are used by your family or friends.

Homemade Fly Traps | syrup and vinegar  Rinse out empty gallon milk/water jug. Cut multiple holes all over the jug about the size of pen caps. Do not cut any holes in the bottom 4 inches of the jug, where you will add solution. Pour 1 cup of syrup/molasses/fruit juice into container, then 1 cup of apple cider vinegar. Twist cap onto jug and place it in location where flies are heavy. Empty the jug every few days and refill, or toss the whole jug and start fresh with a new container.

Homemade Fly Traps

Flies are among the most common pests and can multiply quickly. While purchasing fly traps from hardware stores and grocery stores is always an option, you can easily make your.

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