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Fly Control Natural Home Remedies

 

 

Mint is a very effective natural fly control repellant.  Simply fill some small satchels (you can find these at craft stores, or they can be ordered online) filled with crushed mint will work wonders at controlling flies around the home. 

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To naturally control flies, try this great option.  Wrap eucalyptus, cloves and bay leaves in a cheesecloth (use a small size).  Hang this near open doors and windows. 

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Sweet basil and clover should be placed around any food throughout the house to naturally deter flies.

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A good method for natural fly control around the home is toadd some eucalyptus oil (only a few drops) to an absorbent cloth.  This cloth can be left around the home where flies gather. 

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It's very easy to make your own natural homemade fly paper.  Simply cut brown craft paper into strips and set aside.  Now, make a mixture of one tablespoon of brown sugar, one tablespoon of granulated sugar and a quarter cup of syrup.  Soak the paper in the mixture and allow the strips to dry overnight.  Hang the strips by poking a hole at the end of the strip and hang with string in areas where flies congregate. 

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Basil is a very effective natural fly repellant.  Simply place fresh cut basil in vases, or you can grown basil in small flower pots and place where flies are a problem. 

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For natural fly control, try burning eucalyptus leaves outside.  This is a great natural repellant for flies and mosquitoes. 

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Flies are naturally attracted to wine, but especially love Chardonnay.  To control flies naturally in your home, try lining the bottom of a wine bottle with mango peels.  Leave the open bottle out.  You'll see that the flies will go into the bottle, but will become stuck and eventually die. 

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Flies can also be controlled with this natural treatment.  Fill a saucer with white wine (flies especially love chardonnay) and a bit of dish detergent.  The dish detergent will act as a poison to the flies.  Leave the saucer out to attract the flies. 

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Flies can be naturally controlled by simply mixing a few drops of dishwashing detergent in a bottle of warm water.  Spray around where flies congregate and you'll notice a reduction in the number of flies. 

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To keep your home from being infested with flies in the first place, it's important to recognize that they feed on organic material that is decomposing.  Use covered trash cans and keep any garbage inside the can sealed in a bag.  Keep garbage cans away from your home.  Don't overlook animal poop, and don't allow it to pile up in the back yard.  Be sure that you keep the backyard free of animal waster to reduce the number of flies.  This is the best natural fly control.

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Mint is a very effective natural fly control repellant.  Simply fill some small satchels (you can find these at craft stores, or they can be ordered online) filled with crushed mint will work wonders at controlling flies around the home. 

* * *

To naturally control flies, try this great option.  Wrap eucalyptus, cloves and bay leaves in a cheesecloth (use a small size).  Hang this near open doors and windows. 

* * *

Sweet basil and clover should be placed around any food throughout the house to naturally deter flies.

* * *

A good method for natural fly control around the home is toadd some eucalyptus oil (only a few drops) to an absorbent cloth.  This cloth can be left around the home where flies gather. 

* * *

It's very easy to make your own natural homemade fly paper.  Simply cut brown craft paper into strips and set aside.  Now, make a mixture of one tablespoon of brown sugar, one tablespoon of granulated sugar and a quarter cup of syrup.  Soak the paper in the mixture and allow the strips to dry overnight.  Hang the strips by poking a hole at the end of the strip and hang with string in areas where flies congregate. 

* * *

Basil is a very effective natural fly repellant.  Simply place fresh cut basil in vases, or you can grown basil in small flower pots and place where flies are a problem. 

* * *

For natural fly control, try burning eucalyptus leaves outside.  This is a great natural repellant for flies and mosquitoes. 

* * *

Flies are naturally attracted to wine, but especially love Chardonnay.  To control flies naturally in your home, try lining the bottom of a wine bottle with mango peels.  Leave the open bottle out.  You'll see that the flies will go into the bottle, but will become stuck and eventually die. 

* * *

Flies can also be controlled with this natural treatment.  Fill a saucer with white wine (flies especially love chardonnay) and a bit of dish detergent.  The dish detergent will act as a poison to the flies.  Leave the saucer out to attract the flies. 

* * *

Flies can be naturally controlled by simply mixing a few drops of dishwashing detergent in a bottle of warm water.  Spray around where flies congregate and you'll notice a reduction in the number of flies. 

* * *

To keep your home from being infested with flies in the first place, it's important to recognize that they feed on organic material that is decomposing.  Use covered trash cans and keep any garbage inside the can sealed in a bag.  Keep garbage cans away from your home.  Don't overlook animal poop, and don't allow it to pile up in the back yard.  Be sure that you keep the backyard free of animal waster to reduce the number of flies.  This is the best natural fly control.

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