What are aunt fannie’s flypunch features?
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- Bye fruit flies, bye harsh chemicals; easy, safe, and effective for indoor use, without petrochemicals or harsh ingredients
- Simple setup: just open the flip top and set flypunch where fruit flies are seen or feared; change every 30 days or as needed
- Powered by a unique blend of specialized vinegar and ferment, manufactured in the usa
- Safe near food and food prep areas when used as directed; cruelty free, hard working, and family friendly
- A must for gardeners, farmer’s market and csa lovers, home brewers, and kitchen composts
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Will this kill gnats too?
How to use it?
How long does this last?
What is with the warning not to put this down the drain? It says ‘non-toxic’ on the label.
Help! How do i get the black lid off to peel the seal?
I have cats. Can this container be knocked over easily?
Where is this product made?
Will it kill plants? My daughter dumped the whole bottle into my plants
Can this be used for mosquitos?
Is this okay to leave out with my cats around?
Throwing away container seems wasteful. Can the lid be screwed off to clean out for re-use?
Apple cider vinegar doesnt work……will this?
I’m trying to determine if i am catching any new flies. I noticed that some have sunk to the bottom while others are at the top. Is this an indicator?
Does this work on regular flies? (it worked well when we had fruit flies, but these are the full sized flies and i wasn’t sure.)
Two weeks dealing with ff-today i found a can of green beans leaked in pantry- could that have been the start ? I have cap. 100’s. How long til gone?
How often should you replace?
Do i need to purchase more than one?
I ordered this item and received it damaged and leaking.
Can some one tell me how to use this? Do i just open the bottle and lave it open?
What are our customers saying?
I had a small fruit fly infestation happening and it got to where i couldn’t keep it under control by trying to smack them out of the air. Saw this, reviews looked good so i gave it a shot. After about an hour it trapped one fly, after three hours it trapped two.
I just left it alone; unimpressed at that moment. Well, the next day i checked it and there were nearly twenty of them floating in the jar dead. I really haven’t had any of them bother me since. Amazingly simple effective product – get this one if you have a fruit fly problem.
I had had a problem with fruit flies for about a three weeks. I just could not get rid of them. I kept putting apple cider vinegar with a couple dabs of dawn in small bowls and leaving them on the counter. The flies would disappear. But then reappear a day later.
So, i thought it’s not gonna hurt to try a different concoction. And i purchased aunt frannie’s flypunch.
The flies were totally gone within a few hours and have not returned.
I would highly recommend this product.
Does it smell like vinegar? Yes. But did it take my month long bug problem and have it all over with in about two days? Yes! I just opened the lid and left it by the sink in the kitchen and there were soo many little flys in there within about 2 days. I am super impressed and if i ever get another fruit fly problem i will 100% being buying this again. I left it out for about a week to make sure it attracted any stragglers and i haven’t seen a fly since!
I have tried a number of products for getting rid of fruit flies and this is by far the best. You can simply open the jar and leave it in an area and see immediate results, or you can use it to fill those useless little red plastic apples you paid more for that did nothing. Adding this ‘punch’ to those red apples will get you the desired results in minutes!
I have tried about everything out there. My kitchen was inundated with fruit flies, thanks to my garden produce and my sourdough starter! We tried sticky traps, traps with funky shapes, liquid baits, dish soap, and even my sourdough start with a little dish soap. All the things. I have used about 1/8 of this bottle, and the fruit flies are gone and i have seen two alive for the first time in maybe 5 months! If you are trying to find a fruit fly eliminator, aunt fannie’s flypunch is the way to go! Don’t waste your time or money on other methods.
Ok, so i get these annoying fruit flies and then kind of forget about them until they start bothering me again- at which point i wish i had got something like this sooner. This is so easy to use. Just put it on your counter near your fruit and open the lid. The smell will start wafting into the room and obviously, if i were a fruit fly, i would be attracted to this. Yes, i have seen those sticky traps, but who wants to look at dead fruit flies on your kitchen counter stuck to a trap? When you are done with this just pour out the liquid and pitch the container. Fruit flies are gone.
I know there are mixed reviews on this product but it worked great for me! Within two weeks my gnat problem is 98% solved. I thought i only had a few gnats flying around but man was i wrong. Looking inside the bottle i see the problem was way worse than i thought it was. I’m super grateful for this product. You only smell it if you’re standing right next to it and it’s faint. You should order it, with the price point you’ve got nothing to lose but annoying gnats!
So simple. Open set on shelf. Watch flies pile up in bottom fast efficient and works better than water and dish soap to rid the place. I’ll pay for it any time
Update!!! After a day of use, i must say this stuff really works!! So i suppose i’ll just have to deal with the vinegar smell, i just don’t like it.
I have many lovely plants in my bedroom that, unbeknownst to me, had fruit fly’s in the soil when i bought them. So i tried this product since it seemed more natural. When i opened the jar, omg, the smell of vinegar was totally overwhelming! Also, the lid of the bottle leaked the stuff all over and now my bedroom smells like a vinaigrettesalad.
Since i bought the fly bunch, i have seen less fruit flies. The downfall is smells like vinegar.
I’ve had a serious fruit fly infestation all summer. I’v tried all the the homemade concoctions i could find on-line – to no avail. Sprays chase them away individually but requires diligence and it got hard on the budget. Aunt fannie’s is the only product that seems to help. If you’ve got a swarm like mine it will take numerous containers strategically placed. I hate winter but i can’t wait for cold weather which should give me seasonal relief from the nuisance.
Give aunt fannie’s a try even though it is not a magic bullett. My quest continues.
As good as this stuff is the gnats are still winning in our home. They may be harmless but they bug the hell out of me.
The product did not work as well as it did last year……however it’s better than nothing!
Did not seem to work the first day or so. By day 3 it really kicked in not a bad purchase.
Our work lunchroom is (was) inundated with gnats or fruit flies. Within a couple of hours of placing this on the table, it was evident that it works well. Three weeks later it has a considerable amount of the little buggers in it. Due to the size of the area it was evident that more traps were needed. So to supplement it, i made two other traps using apple cider vinegar and soap, and those are working just as good if not better, for a fraction of the price of this item. So, it’s a good product but an unnecessary expense unless you don’t want the hassle of making your own.
Attracting fruit flies. Smells like it’s just apple cider vinegar with a little dish soap added.
I tried making my own fruit fly traps with apple cider vinegar, but only caught one fruit fly in two days. Tried this, and even though it smells just like apple cider vinegar to me, it works so much better! Have caught nearly all the little buggers in a few days time.
This did a good job of catching small fruit fly’s. I think if i purchase this again i would separate it into a smaller bowl so i didn’t have to see all the dead flies floating in the bottom on the container and i could use only what i needed instead of the whole bottle. Other than that, it did a great job.
I’m definitely seeing a lot less fruit flies. I keep it next to my bananas in the kitchen. The only draw back to me is that i can smell the vinegar odor. It’s not overpowering and it does work, so i’m happy.
It does capture some of our fruit flies, but after a couple of weeks has not eliminated the problem. But i’ll be patient.