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Homemade Flypaper - Get Rid Of Flies Naturally!!

posted in DIY & Crafts
11/10/2013
  • Turns out these are actually quite attractive-looking…almost DECORATIVE (OK, that might be going a little too far.) Of course they don’t have any dead flies stuck to them yet, but still, if you hate the look of those gooey yellow strips as much as I do...you might want to give this a try!
    Turns out these are actually quite attractive-looking…almost DECORATIVE (OK, that might be going a little too far.) Of course they don’t have any dead flies stuck to them yet, but still, if you hate the look of those gooey yellow strips as much as I do...you might want to give this a try!
  • DIY FLY PAPER

What you need:

A paper grocery bag
Scissors
A single hole punch
Twine
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup honey or corn syrup
2 Tablespoons water
    DIY FLY PAPER

    What you need:

    A paper grocery bag
    Scissors
    A single hole punch
    Twine
    1/4 cup sugar
    1/4 cup honey or corn syrup
    2 Tablespoons water
  • Cut your paper bag into strips that are 2 – 3 inches wide (no need to measure…just eyeball it).
    Cut your paper bag into strips that are 2 – 3 inches wide (no need to measure…just eyeball it).
  • Punch a hole in the end of each one and then thread a piece of twine through the hole and tie the ends into a knot to form a loop for hanging.
    Punch a hole in the end of each one and then thread a piece of twine through the hole and tie the ends into a knot to form a loop for hanging.

  • Now to apply the “sticky stuff”.  Mix the sugar, honey (or corn syrup), and water in a saucepan on the stove over low heat just until the sugar is dissolved.

Pour the mixture into a shallow bowl and then run each paper strip through the sticky mixture until it is well-coated on both sides.
    Now to apply the “sticky stuff”. Mix the sugar, honey (or corn syrup), and water in a saucepan on the stove over low heat just until the sugar is dissolved.

    Pour the mixture into a shallow bowl and then run each paper strip through the sticky mixture until it is well-coated on both sides.
  • Hang your homemade flypaper strips somewhere to dry. Make sure to put a towel or something else absorbent under them to catch any sticky drips. I put an old tablecloth under mine and then just threw it in the washing machine after the strips were done dripping…which wasn’t very long.
    Hang your homemade flypaper strips somewhere to dry. Make sure to put a towel or something else absorbent under them to catch any sticky drips. I put an old tablecloth under mine and then just threw it in the washing machine after the strips were done dripping…which wasn’t very long.
  • If you’re wondering if these things are really STICKY….wonder no more! A picture is worth a thousand words….They are definitely STICKY! Surprisingly sticky!! Eventually they will dry out and lose some of their stickiness (especially in a dry climate)
    If you’re wondering if these things are really STICKY….wonder no more! A picture is worth a thousand words….They are definitely STICKY! Surprisingly sticky!! Eventually they will dry out and lose some of their stickiness (especially in a dry climate)
  • Thank you!! 💖😄✌️

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