Welcome to the TERRO Fruit Fly Trap0 Giveaway
Hosted by: SaraLee's Deals Steals & Giveaways
Sponsored by: TERRO
The fruit fly, one of the smallest flies found in homes, is also one of the most annoying. A familiar problem for most homeowners, fruit flies are commonly spotted swarming around kitchen fruit bowls and near garbage storage areas. TERRO, an industry leader in DIY pest control products, is making it easy to get rid of these pests with their fast-acting, ready-to-use Fruit Fly Trap. The non-toxic trap not only eliminates fruit flies, the apple-shaped trap looks right at home in any kitchen.
TERRO Fruit Fly Traps are designed to lure adult fruit flies, using a special non-toxic food-based liquid lure. Flies that enter the trap can't escape to continue breeding and multiplying.”
All stages of a fruit fly infestation depend on moist organic debris to complete the fruit fly life cycle. The non-toxic acetic acid found in the TERRO Fruit Fly Trap lures the flies to the traps and eliminates the infestation. Within a few days of placing the trap near a breeding source, you will see a significant decrease in the number of fruit flies.
This is an amazing idea, I am going order one. I am so tired of those little fruit flies in the house. They come in daily and taunt me while I'm working. They are so hard to kill too.
Now for the giveaway: One lucky person will win a TERRO Fruit Fly Trap. This is open to US and ends 10/15/14 @ 11:59 pm est. To enter, Simply do the tasks on the Giveaway Tools widget below and you're set to have a chance to win! Remember you can't win if you don't enter. It only takes one entry to win!
Good Luck, Thanks for entering!
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I learned that the fruit fly trap lasts for 30 days.ReplyDelete
I like the liquid ant baits. I have used these before and they do work.ReplyDelete
Well one thing I learned was that Silverfish are seasonal.I have seen two in the last couple of weeks..eww.ReplyDelete