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Using Vinegar to Get Rid of Gnats | DoItYourself.com


Many people look for effective ways to get rid of gnats because of ... Setting vinegar traps in potential breeding or feeding grounds will bring the desired results.

6 Ways to Instantly Get Rid of Gnats & Fruit Flies at Home


Get rid of those pesky gnats and fruit flies immediately by using these six simple ... Create a trap by mixing apple cider vinegar with a few drops of dish soap.

5 Ways to Get Rid of Gnats - wikiHow


Find a used can or jar (Mason jars work especially well) and fill it with apple cider vinegar. Gnats are extremely attracted to the scent ...

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Oct 25, 2010 ... No need to buy special traps or go to extreme lengths. Does not seem to work on Gnats very well. For gnats, try the sticky strips that are sold for ...

Testing a Homemade Gnat Trap | Today's Homeowner


So, I put out a homemade trap of white vinegar, with a few drops of dish soap ... This is a great indoor/outdoor solution for getting rid of fruit flies, fungus gnats, ...

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Jul 15, 2016 ... A simple gnat trap using apple cider vinegar, dish soap, and a container with holes in it.

1000+ ideas about Gnat Traps on Pinterest | Mouse Traps, Fruit ...


Find and save ideas about Gnat Traps on Pinterest, the world's catalog of ideas. | See more about Mouse Traps, Fruit Flies and Fly Traps.

How to Create a Fool-Proof Gnat Trap - Instructables


I tried several iterations of this trap, and finally hit the jackpot with the one in this instructable. ... Give the plastic a flip and the gnat will fly into the corner between the bowl and the plastic. ... Add an inch or so of vinegar to the bottom of the bottle.

Vinegar and Dish Soap Not Working for Gnats | ThriftyFun


Oct 24, 2008 ... I have gnats or fruit flies. I got rid of most of them, but the apple cider vinegar and dish soap is not working any more. Now they are mostly ...

4 Homemade Traps to Get Rid of Fruit Flies | Everyday Roots


Before you panic about your fruit-fly invasion, start with a simple trap and some apple cider vinegar. Fruit flies can't resist the smell of fermentation, and since ...