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It starts out small, you might notice a fruit fly or two buzzing around the kitchen. Theyre annoying, but harmless. Soon enough, within a few days, the fruit flies have multiplied. Give it a week or so, and you’ll end up with an entire fruit fly community in your home, endlessly buzzing around your face, diving into drinks, and striving to make your life unbearable.

The common fruit fly is known for its ability to reproduce rapidly, which makes it a tough job to rid a home of them. Sugary, organic materials will typically attract fruit flies into the home. As their name implies, they are usually found infesting fruit. Although fruit flies can still breed in decomposing meat (specifically wet pet food), trash bins and large spills of soda or alcohol.

To avoid future fruit fly infestations, store any fruit brought home in the refrigerator or a tightly sealed container. Regularly wipe counter tops, immediately clean spills and empty your trash to help prevent these pests from nesting in your home. If you have a fruit fly infestation in the kitchen, dispose of all overripe or rotting fruit, that’s where fruit flies will lay their eggs. Be sure also to clean your pet’s food bowl after they have eaten.

If you have a fruit fly infestation or any infestation you can’t handle, call 866-815-DUCK. We can help you find an ultimate solution to your pest problem.

It starts out small, you might notice a fruit fly or two buzzing around the kitchen. Theyre annoying, but harmless. Soon enough, within a few days, the fruit flies have multiplied. Give it a week or so, and you’ll end up with an entire fruit fly community in your home, endlessly buzzing around your face, diving into drinks, and striving to make your life unbearable.

The common fruit fly is known for its ability to reproduce rapidly, which makes it a tough job to rid a home of them. Sugary, organic materials will typically attract fruit flies into the home. As their name implies, they are usually found infesting fruit. Although fruit flies can still breed in decomposing meat (specifically wet pet food), trash bins and large spills of soda or alcohol.

To avoid future fruit fly infestations, store any fruit brought home in the refrigerator or a tightly sealed container. Regularly wipe counter tops, immediately clean spills and empty your trash to help prevent these pests from nesting in your home. If you have a fruit fly infestation in the kitchen, dispose of all overripe or rotting fruit, that’s where fruit flies will lay their eggs. Be sure also to clean your pet’s food bowl after they have eaten.

If you have a fruit fly infestation or any infestation you can’t handle, call 866-815-DUCK. We can help you find an ultimate solution to your pest problem.