Let's be honest.
You clicked on this video for one of two reasons:1) You have a fly infestation that you really need to get rid ofor 2) You have a fetish for insect eradication.
Either way, we've got you covered.
Get yourself an empty bottle, some maple syrup, and some raw meat.
Shrimp works surprisingly well!Carefully, or not-so-carefully- pour about two tablespoons of the syrup into your bottle.
This will help nullify the disgusting odor of the shrimp while still attracting large and small flies alike.
Next, you're gonna need to add some water.
Just fill the bottle up a little more than halfway.
You see, you want the flies to hit the sticky water with minimal effort.
That way, they won't be able to flap their pesky wings and get back out.
Now here comes the disgusting part:Raw meat.
I grabbed some raw shrimp from the freezer and cut it all up into tiny pieces to act as some vile bait.
You don't need to fill the bottle with it but you'll need enough to make its presence known.
2 or 3 should do the job.
Top the veritable quandary of delicious smells andsubstances off with a drop- or eight- of dish soap.
Much like the syrup, this will add in keeping the flies inside the bottle.
Okay, we're almost done here.
Just grab a knife and pop the safety band off the cap.
Grab a ziploc bag and slice off one of the corners.
Now shove that newly opened end right down the spout.
You're looking for a funnel effect here.
That way, the flies can crawl in but have a whole lot of trouble finding their way out,which ultimately leads to their timely demise.
Place the safety band back over the plastic and hold the bag in place.
You can also trim away the excess that remains.
When it's done it should look as marvelous as this,so grab your flytrap and go stick it outside where flies hang out.
Now, this is important:Do not expect results immediately.
Give it a full day and then go back and check.
Our results after a day and a half were pretty stellar.
Once the shrimp smell kicked into high gear, the flies were on it.
They ventured inside for a little bit of rotting carcass that they couldn't refuse.
However, they never really found a way out.
But, you're in luck because you just found out a way of having yourfriends and family never make fun of you again for having a fly problem.
So, hey! Put this to use however you can and enjoy the season.
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