How do I get rid of Fruit Flies? | Goldshot Exterminating

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How do I get rid of Fruit Flies? | Goldshot Exterminating

How do I get rid of Fruit Flies?

Fruit Flies are a real pain in the butt. They buzz around in your face and like to fly up into your nose or ears. They want to eat your produce and drink your beer and/or wine. And they have the potential to contaminate your food with bacteria. What a wonderful addition to any home or workplace. Sounds like some in-laws:)

Here are a few tips on how to deal with a Fruit Fly problem:Fruit Fly Control

  • Let several bats cruise around your home. They love fruit flies.
  • A shotgun. And a good drywall repairman afterwards.
  • A regular, professional pest control service may help.
  • Store produce in air-tight containers.
  • Eat or dispose of produce before it gets over ripe.
  • Fruit Fly Traps. They catch them and help you monitor the problem.

The bottom line is that there’s nothing positive about having Fruit Flies around. Just get rid of them. Happy hunting!

NOTE: You should also let us Get Rid Of Pigeons for you if you have them!

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By |2018-12-14T13:58:01+00:00November 1st, 2018|Categories: Bugs - Insects - Arachnids|0 Comments

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John H. Goldshot is the founder and General Manager of Goldshot Exterminating, LLC, which he opened on February 23, 1991. He has been in the Pest Control industry in the Phoenix area since 1986 and has held both a Professional Pest Control Applicators License and a Pest Control Operators Qualifying Party License through the State of Arizona Office of Pest Management. John is devoted to his wife Kimberly and their 2 children, John Jr. and Amanda. He enjoys fishing, camping and hiking and spends as much time in the mountains as possible. John can be reached directly at [email protected] or on Google+ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________