Terro Fruit Fly Trap Review and Giveaway

Terro Fruit Fly Trap Package

Our family enjoys fresh produce year round. Our family does not enjoy the pesky fruit fly infestations that the bananas, apples, melons, etc. bring with them. It is hard to exterminate them as they are among the smallest of flies. These elusive pests fall between the holes of the zapping flyswatter hubby swishes around trying to get them. He hasn’t managed to get them down for the count yet. Now he doesn’t have to.

Terro has a new fruit fly pest control product on the market. The Terro Fuit Fly Trap is non-toxic, ready-to-use, fast-acting, 100% natural. It’s safe, small, and decorative too. It is as simple as squeezing the food based liquid bait into the apple container, setting it out, then discarding it after thirty days. Once the flies enter, they don’t escape–that means no more breeding and no more multiplying. This is much better than having to get rid of a swarm near the garbage can or by the cleared off supper dishes in the sink.

Hostesses, create your watermelon fruit bowls safely and show them without fear of those tiny insects spoiling them.

They say a thing of beauty is a joy forever, but I’ll settle for a week. Me, I plan to get some Garden State pumpkins at the you-pick and carve them into jack-o-lanterns. Last time I threw them out before Halloween. That won’t happen now as I’ll have the Terro Fruit Fly Trap on hand to foil unsanitary and unwelcome fliers by.

Here’s a video from featuring Stew Clark, Director of R&D at Terro, on how the Terro Fruit Fly Trap works.

The Terro Fruit Fly Trap can be found in many local pharmacies, supermarkets, hardware supply stores, and online. The manufacturer’s www.terro.com internet site has a convenient store locator built into it. $9.99 list to extend food life and health factors–well worth it when factoring in the cost of wasted fruits and vegetables.

You can find Terro online in the following locations:

Facebook:? www.facebook.com/TerroDeadAnts
Twitter:? www.twitter.com/terrodeadants
Blog:? www.whatsbuggingstew.com

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29 thoughts on “Terro Fruit Fly Trap Review and Giveaway

  1. I’ve never tried their ant bait so I’d like to try that. I would love to try the mosquito repellent as well.

  2. I’d like to try the Ant Bait…those little tiny red ones have been driving me crazy this year. Fruit flies are a pain too, thanks.

  3. While I’d love to try their spider and mosquito solutions, there are other remedies available. I think the fruit fly issue is most needed though. I dread finding them in the house as it takes so long to resolve. Fall is the time when I’m most prone to having ff problems. Last week I walked out of one green grocery market – the flies were everywhere even inside the bread roll bins. yuck

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