Masontops Trap Cap Fruit Fly Catching Lids - 4 Pack

$22.00 AUD $19.95 AUD

Includes 4 Reusable Fruit Fly Catching Lids (1x Blue, 1x Green, 1x Clear, x1 Yellow)  Designed for Regular Mouth Canning Jars (Ball, Kerr, Bernardin, etc.) Works with All-Natural Attractants: Simply Add...

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Vendor: Masontops SKU: N/A
Description
  • Includes 4 Reusable Fruit Fly Catching Lids (1x Blue, 1x Green, 1x Clear, x1 Yellow) 

  • Designed for Regular Mouth Canning Jars (Ball, Kerr, Bernardin, etc.)

  • Works with All-Natural Attractants: Simply Add Apple Cider Vinegar or Other Attractant to Jar and Secure Lid 

  • 5-Hole Design Let's Flies In, but Prevents them from Exiting and Still Catches Flies if One Hole Blocks! 

  • Discreet Way to Deal with Pests and Blends in with Other Kitchen Accessories 

  • Reusable and Dishwasher Safe Plastic 

 

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Bye-bye, fruit flies. The Trap Cap goes virtually unnoticed as it catches fruit flies and works in any environment—homes, businesses, campgrounds and more. Simply add attractant to a regular/small mouth Mason jar, screw on the Trap Cap lid, and flies will instantly be drawn in, but can’t escape!

Unlike unsightly fly tape that leaves dead flies in plain sight, the Trap Cap on a Mason jar looks like any household item and won’t draw attention to the pests when visitors arrive. It’s simple, clean and effective.

3 STEP SET UP

(1) Pour attractant into regular/small mouth Mason jar, such as apple cider vinegar
(2) Screw on Trap Cap
(3) Leave in a place frequented by fruit flies until they’re all trapped—clean and reuse all year long

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Was skeptical but they worked great!

We've had fruit fly issues for a while, and have tried various traps to try and solve the problem - these are the first things that have worked! I added Apple Cider Vinegar to a Mason Jar, screwed on the lid and within a week they were all trapped. Thanks!

Awesome result Steph..great to hear