Infestations have to start somewhere. You may not want to believe it, but it’s usually us that bring in the fruit flies into our home. If some aren’t just sitting around on your groceries that you’ve happily came home with, then maybe you just happened to pick up a veggie or fruit on which a female fly already laid an egg on.
Fruit flies that are female adults lay up to two thousands eggs on every surface that has moisture or is rotting.
These buzzing, annoying,little flies are the last things you want to find in front of your face. Plus, since they multiply like crazy, it’s best to take care of them as soon as possible. So, let’s see how to get rid of these pesky little critters.
You know what you should do. If those peaches or apples start to look iffy, it’s time for them to go. Toss them out before they have turned into a breeding ground. And make sure after you have tossed them in the trash to tie it up and get rid of it at the moment.
This is a logical step and it also pretty easy. You need to clean all the surfaces. If you see any rotting food, sticky messes, whether that be on the counter, in a cabinet, or even the refriferator, clean it up.
Try out a chemical fruit-fly spray. There are plenty of bug sprays on the market you can get. They’re also quite affordable and usually get the job done pretty quickly.