Make a Fly Trap in 2 Simple Steps

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Intro: Make a Fly Trap in 2 Simple Steps

this is a fly trap that the israel army use. vary very easy.

you will need:

botell
slowtape
every thing the a fly likes.

Step 1: Cut

cut the bottel in the middel.

Step 2: Turn

turn the bottel upside down and slow tipe it.
put the "thing that u choose inside the bottel.

wait for the fly too come in. when the fly is in that is it!
he cant get out.

enjoy!!!

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    Pragmatist

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Hello - can someone tell me what 'slow' tape is? and why is it needed? sorry if this is really basic! Thank you in advance but I'm desperate...the number of flies!!!!

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    razizPragmatist

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    slowtape, cello tape, cellophane tape, cellophene tape..
    scotchtape (US), sellotape(UK).. whiskeytape(Irish).. winetape(France).. saketape(Japan)... slowtape(rest of the world)

    duct tape.. duck tape.. gorilla tape..
    hany.. honey.. hunny..

    it's all sounds the same..

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    Yonatan24raziz

    Reply 2 years ago

    You forgot just plain "Tape"!

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    JoanC6

    3 years ago on Introduction


    I caught
    many using a small pickle jar, in which I put 1 inch of apple cider vinegar
    and a few drops of dish-washing liquid. But i tried this lately and works better for me http://bit.ly/1Gy10TX

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    wetpol

    4 years ago on Introduction

    I find the best bait for the common housefly (Musca domestica) is rotting meat or carrion, like a dead mouse. Sweet sugary things like honey, jam etc only tend to attract fruit flies and wasps.

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    Drakekay

    6 years ago on Introduction

    ahh yea, It is missing a small step. You must pierce the cap of the bottle a little. A small drill bit about the size of pea or just smaller would be good.

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    Drakekay

    6 years ago on Introduction

    this is a little confusing, if u turned the bottle top upside down and tape it closed, how does the fly get in? Did u cut a hole in the cap or something? Am I wrong or is there a step missing here?

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    terter

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for the great idea..I was trying NOT to use poison!

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    nav_lexy

    6 years ago on Introduction

    I have a question. What if you mix eveything for bees, wasp and flys. It will be like a bug ore gi. My idea is mix honey, oranges, milk and pheromone will it work? I will give it a try and get back to everyone. If i can get one of each imagine the possiblities.

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    manicmonday

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Just use a 2 liter bottle. Cut the top off, the flip it and insert it into the bottom. No tape needed.

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    diannagail

    8 years ago on Introduction

    We had a batch of flies hatch and were overrun with them throughout the entire house one morning... yuck. I went looking for a fly strip recipe and came upon this. I knew about it but had forgotten it. My cousin had one set out and it got so full... she never dumped it...again yuck. I made some of these and hung them with string on all the windows where they like to congregate... like someone said they 'go toward the light' :) I use anything sweet like flavored coffee syrup, chocolate syrup, honey, beer. The clearer liquids let you see them drowning better... am I cruel or what? :) I don't know if they get back out because I don't sit there and watch them, but it does clear them out of the house without having to play the game of 'swat the flies'. Actually it is great aerobic exercise if you do it really fast... gets me into a sweat really fast :) That's the up side of it.

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    johnny3hcapricorn

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    As others have mentioned, YES, the flies CAN fly out the opening at the bottom of the "funnel" in the center of the bottle, BUT... IT IS HIGHLY UNLIKElY due to the fact that flies fly "to the light" and thus to the outside walls of the bottle, and do not "FIND" the relatively small opening in the center of the bottle. Again, they "can" fly out, but more than 90% of the time they DO NOT find the ouly opening, and ths, DO NOT fly out of the bottle.

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    sgt.papercapricorn

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    they cant.............................................................................most the time

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    temah916Ichigo

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    I didn't know proper English was a requirement for instructables. I give Kudos to those who try!