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Flypunch: Fruit Fly Trap<\/h1>\n <\/div>\n <\/div>\n <\/div>\n <\/div>\n
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Hoping it works<\/h3>\n
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\n Just received this. Sounds good. Waiting to see how goid it works. <\/p>\n

\n - Gloria <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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IT WORKS!<\/h3>\n
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\n This is my go-to solution for fruit flies. It works wonders! <\/p>\n

\n - Amy Zhang <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Really works!<\/h3>\n
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\n Really helpful in the fall when I'm making jam and have peaches in my house. <\/p>\n

\n - Susan King <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Really works!<\/h3>\n
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\n It's simple to use - you just take the security seal off and flip the cap up and in about 30 minutes, if you had fruit flies, they have found their eternal home in the Flypunch. You can smell the vinegary smell if you get right over the bottle, but otherwise, the smell is not going to bother you. Happy with this purchase! <\/p>\n

\n - Christina Little Lucas <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Works good!<\/h3>\n
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\n Every spring those little fruit fly buggers show up in my kitchen all up on my bananas and this trap works well for me to keep them in line. <\/p>\n

\n - Kacie <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Won't re-purchase...<\/h3>\n
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\n ...didn't seem to do much for us. <\/p>\n

\n - Lisa Brackenbury <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Works great!<\/h3>\n
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\n Does what it says it does. I just ordered one because summer is coming and fruit flies along with it. <\/p>\n

\n - Diana McInelly <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Works great<\/h3>\n
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\n This works great to catch fruit flies <\/p>\n

\n - Sarah <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Hope this works<\/h3>\n
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\n I\u2019ve always had problems in my kitchen in the summer time because of bringing in garden vegetables. I haven\u2019t tried this yet but I am hoping it will work. <\/p>\n

\n - Becky <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Effective on smaller flies<\/h3>\n
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\n Effective on smaller flies but didn't kill bigger ones <\/p>\n

\n - SJ Winter <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Bye bye, fruit flies.<\/h3>\n
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\n We had a small infestation of fruit flies from a mystery bag of potatoes left in the cupboard and this fly trap did the dirty work for me after tossing the bag! <\/p>\n

\n - Carrie Scharff <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Effective<\/h3>\n
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\n Works great, but I wish there was a way to make it spill-proof. <\/p>\n

\n - Erika Holland-Arena <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Works!<\/h3>\n
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\n Got rid of the little buggers! <\/p>\n

\n - Tina <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Fruit fly trap.<\/h3>\n
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\n Used these several times now and they work great at our house in the summer! <\/p>\n

\n - Jessica D. <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Catch em!<\/h3>\n
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\n I used this product in the summer when the gnats were awful. It worked really well <\/p>\n

\n - Heather <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Keep fruit flies gone<\/h3>\n
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\n This is such a good investment when the fruit flies are out in the spring and summer months. <\/p>\n

\n - Stefanie <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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It doesn't work<\/h3>\n
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\n I had a terrible time last summer with gnats and it did not attract many of them at all. <\/p>\n

\n - Sandra Miller <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Dont bother<\/h3>\n
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\n An expensive version that didnt work as well as a home made fruit fly trap of apple cider vinegar, a drop of dish soap, and a piece of fruit. Evaporated quickly. <\/p>\n

\n - Rachael TreeTop <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Fly trap<\/h3>\n
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\n It was working for awhile but the little critters are back. Super easy to use. <\/p>\n

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Needs a better container<\/h3>\n
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\n I'm sure the fruit fly trap works, unfortunately the container leaves a lot to be desired. I was expecting something with, perhaps, a weighted bottom and\/or a funnel style top that would entice the pesky critters to their doom and not be a spill risk. When I removed the lid, there was no funnel and, sadly, no weighted base. It did manage to drown a few fruit flies, but was knocked over on the countertop resulting in a sticky mess. <\/p>\n

\n - Laura La Chance <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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does the job<\/h3>\n
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\n this fruit fly trap does the job and traps the annoying fruit flies! <\/p>\n

\n - Bonnie Jedell <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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It is OK<\/h3>\n
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\n I had a problem with fruit flies this summer and had made a homemade solution of apple cider vinegar, dish soap and water. It worked OK, but when I saw this, I thought I'd try it. When it arrived and I read the ingredients, it was just like my homemade and actually didn't work as well. I will just make my own and save some money in the future. <\/p>\n

\n - Cheryl Lemon <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Works Wonders!<\/h3>\n
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\n We didn't have a huge fruit fly problem but I wanted to take care of the few pesky flies hanging around the fruit basket. This worked great! It took about 2 weeks to get all of them but it's well worth it as I love to avoid harsh chemical products. <\/p>\n

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Works for Me!<\/h3>\n
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\n Read other comments and would've been so bummed if it hadn't worked. But so far I've had great success. Put the opened jar near where the concentration of fruit flies are and they are dying rapidly. It's only been a few days, so nothing to contribute for how long it will last. But it did start working right away. Thanks!!! <\/p>\n

\n - Angie K <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Really Worked!<\/h3>\n
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\n Love other Aunt Fannie's cleaners and have a huge fruit fly problem. This cleared them all up within a few days. Not sure what's not working for the others who posted reviews, but I can say that it worked better than any home remedy for me! <\/p>\n

\n - Ashton F <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Didn't work<\/h3>\n
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\n Did not work at all for me. <\/p>\n

\n - Kayla H <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Works. And lasts longer than I thought<\/h3>\n
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\n I bought 2 of these last year and am still using them now even though only about a third of the bottle is left in each. Just started composting so have seen more fruit flies in my house near the compost collection bucket. I love checking the bottle throughout the day and seeing those jerks dead at the bottom or floating on top. Just ordered 2 more bottles of fly punch and am cleaning out the compost bucket every day to prevent more flies. <\/p>\n

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Dud<\/h3>\n
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\n I wish it worked but it didn't at all. Not one fruit fly! All of the fruit flys died in water glasses. <\/p>\n

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Didn't punch my flies<\/h3>\n
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\n I was having trouble with fruit flies all over celery I was trying to root, opened the jar and . . . nothing. Not one fruit fly went into the punch, they just scattered all over my kitchen. A glass of red wine drew more, but I didn't want to waste it. <\/p>\n

\n - Phyllis M <\/p>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>

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Smells like vinegar; attracts fruit flies.<\/h3>\n
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\n Be patient; This stuff really works. <\/p>\n

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Impressed<\/h3>\n
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\n It works! They die by the bunch. A little bit (1 oz) is not enough to catch quite a few annoying bugs. Perfect for summer season and picnics . <\/p>\n

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Work great<\/h3>\n
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\n These work great :) <\/p>\n

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Not really worth it<\/h3>\n
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\n I had better luck after pouring out the liquid that came in it and using my lemon scent dish liquid. It really doesn't attract the fruit flies. <\/p>\n

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Eh<\/h3>\n
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\n I've had better results with just apple cider vinegar in a bowl with Saran Wrap over it <\/p>\n

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Works well<\/h3>\n
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\n I keep this bottle tucked behind my fruit basket and with the lid open and bit (not snapped shut). After a few weeks I peaked inside and had about 20 in there. I never really saw them flying about. This really worked. Of course it smells like vinegar. But I just keeped it tucked back there <\/p>\n

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No bodies!<\/h3>\n
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\n Didn't catch one body. Very disappointed! <\/p>\n

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Fruit Fly trap not trapping<\/h3>\n
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\n Unfortunately it did not work at all <\/p>\n

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It did not catch a single fly<\/h3>\n
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\n Unfortunately it didn't work <\/p>\n

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Didn't work<\/h3>\n
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\n I don't think it worked for us. On the bright side, it smells better than apple cider vinegar that's sitting out all day. <\/p>\n

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This really works! <\/h3>\n
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\n Before trying this I was very skeptical about how well it would truly work. I was pleasantly surprised when it attracted the fruit flies better than anything else I've ever tried! I will definitely get this again! <\/p>\n

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REALLY works!<\/h3>\n
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\n Great little jar of wonder! I opened it and within 10 minutes I had a couple of fruit flies in the sauce. I've had it for 2 weeks & nary a fruit fly flying around, but quite a few in bottom of jar.
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Awesome product!<\/h3>\n
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\n Fruit flys were driving us crazy and after trying nearly everything we just could not figure out how to get rid of them! The Auntie Fannie's Fly Trap product really helped get rid of them quickly and efficiently. I would recommend this product to anyone plagued by pesky fruit flys. <\/p>\n

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This stuff works<\/h3>\n
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\n I have had a problem with knats this summer and this stuff works. <\/p>\n

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its ok<\/h3>\n
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\n its not the best, but works ok. Our homemade vinegar trap seems to work better. <\/p>\n

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Down with the fruit flies!<\/h3>\n
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\n This stuff works!! I went on vacation and accidentally left bananas out on my kitchen counter. When I returned, it was officially a fruit fly infestation. After wasting my time with DIY apple cider vinegar traps, I decided to put Aunt Fannie to the test.
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Sayonara, fruit flies<\/h3>\n
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\n I'm glad I waited to write a review, because it took a few days for the fruit flies to start diving in, but when I came down to the kitchen in the morning 3 days after opening my bottle there was nary a fruit fly to be seen. Sure enough, the bottle was full of bodies! It must have had something to do with their life cycle and when they are attracted to the smell of the FlyPunch, that's the only thing I can think of. Regardless, I am happy and my kitchen is now fruit fly free :) <\/p>\n

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Works!<\/h3>\n
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\n This works extremely well and pretty instantly. You'll notice a strong smell when the bottle is first opened but it goes away after a day. Also the bottle says it lasts two weeks before needing replacement, but I've had mine for close to a month and it's still catching fruit flies. <\/p>\n

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