Can Vinegar Get Rid of Gnats?

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Gnats are flying pests and have the capability to be quite annoying. You can get rid of these pests using vinegar. Gnats are usually attracted by the vinegar smell and will therefore follow it. If you place a jar of vinegar some few metres away from where you want to remove the gnats, they will fly to where the vinegar is.
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1. Find a jar that has a lid. It is best to use a jar that you can throw away, because you will be poking holes in the lid. 2. Using a sharp knife, carefully push holes into the lid
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The gnats are attracted to the vinegar . Put the vinegar in a bottle and fill
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I have heard that apple cyder vinegar attracts gnats to the point they land in it and die feeding on it. Not sure about the baking soda.
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1. Make a homemade gnat trap. One easy way to rid yourself of a gnat infestation is with an easy and cheap do-it-yourself gnat trap. Find a used can or jar (Mason jars work especially
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