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DIY indoor fly trap
Wonder how to get rid of annoying flies around your home? Wash a plastic beverage bottle and cut off the top. Stick the cutoff top upside down in the bottle's bottom. Mark a line slightly below the bottle's spout. This will serve as a "fill to" line. Fill with apple chunks, the riper the better, and 2 cups of white vinegar to deter bees from the trap. Place the cutoff top upside down in the bottle. Flies can easily get into the wide opening, but it's difficult for them to get back out.
Note that the better the bait, the more effective these fly traps will be. Any type of decomposing fruit or vegetable will work, too. Try different ingredients to see what's most effective in your house. Because you are using rotting food to attract and trap the flies, make sure to place the homemade fly trap in a place where the smell won't bother you or the neighbours.
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Skip the expensive store-bought surface cleaners and make an all-purpose homemade cleaning solution using vinegar. Just mix one part distilled white vinegar, two parts water and a squeeze of lemon juice. This homemade cleaner works in the kitchen, bathroom and on floors. You can even add a little baking soda to help whiten grout and sinks, but just rinse with water after scrubbing.
Psst: Here's how to properly clean your oven without harsh chemicals.
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Buff away fingerprints
Forget using chemical cleaners to wash windows. They'll look clean as a whistle with this all-natural homemade window cleaner, which uses vinegar and cornstarch to buff those fingerprints away.
18 Vinegar Cleaning Hacks That'll Save You Money, Source:https://www.besthealthmag.ca/best-you/home-remedies/vinegar-cleaning-hacks/