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Fly attraction mystery solved

The problem has to do with a unique chemical in your body and a bacteria in the water you bathe in, drink and wash your food with.

I have been a severe attraction to various gnats, fruit flies and tiny moths for two years and have tried everything I could think of to no avail, until the idea of installing a UV light, with a 30 micron roped and 5 micron carbon filter, dawned on me and within two months the flies have disappeared and life is back to normal.

To speed things up seal any cracks in your house and put four, 1 liter plastic bottles, with three 1/4 holes near the top, each filled one-third from four eggs blended in a gallon of water and hang them outside around your house. It will take a few days for the eggs to stink and attract the flies and they need to be refreshed every two weeks. The flies cannot get out once inside. Remove any garbage or compost that is attracting the flies.

EM1 works wonders on the kitchen compost by eliminating the odor of decaying vegetables and fruit.

In the meantime make a bug spray:

8 oz water
8 drops Lemongrass oil
8 drops Cedar wood oil
8 drops peppermint or any mint oil
8 drops Citronella oil

Mix and while closing your eyes, liberally apply to head, face and ears from a spray bottle.

The insects will initially be active because of the water, however once the water dries the insects will stay away for an hour or so. Use as often as needed.

Cover your head with an inverted T-shirt and have the sleeves pulled back secured by a clothespin.

Fly attraction mystery solved

The problem has to do with a unique chemical in your body and a bacteria in the water you bathe in, drink and wash your food with.

I have been a severe attraction to various gnats, fruit flies and tiny moths for two years and have tried everything I could think of to no avail, until the idea of installing a UV light, with a 30 micron roped and 5 micron carbon filter, dawned on me and within two months the flies have disappeared and life is back to normal.

To speed things up seal any cracks in your house and put four, 1 liter plastic bottles, with three 1/4 holes near the top, each filled one-third from four eggs blended in a gallon of water and hang them outside around your house. It will take a few days for the eggs to stink and attract the flies and they need to be refreshed every two weeks. The flies cannot get out once inside. Remove any garbage or compost that is attracting the flies.

EM1 works wonders on the kitchen compost by eliminating the odor of decaying vegetables and fruit.

In the meantime make a bug spray:

8 oz water
8 drops Lemongrass oil
8 drops Cedar wood oil
8 drops peppermint or any mint oil
8 drops Citronella oil

Mix and while closing your eyes, liberally apply to head, face and ears from a spray bottle.

The insects will initially be active because of the water, however once the water dries the insects will stay away for an hour or so. Use as often as needed.

Cover your head with an inverted T-shirt and have the sleeves pulled back secured by a clothespin.


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