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New How do I measure it?
Cup of vinegar and a couple drops of soap? Teaspoon? Give me percentage of one versus the other for me to start and then I will adjust higher or lower as needed, please.

And I killed 50 or so, so far, so this is a good start.
Expand Edited by crazy Oct. 19, 2021, 01:47:22 PM EDT
Welcome to Rivendell, Mr. Anderson.
New Thanks
New Well, yeah, we used to think so...
New I've seen one or two in the last day or so
Thousands drowned in the variety of cup sucks sprinkled around the house. This simply works.
     Fruit flies. Help me. Please. - (crazy) - (11)
         Fly paper still works. - (Another Scott)
         fruitfly traps look like little apples find them in wallyworld or equivelent - (boxley) - (1)
             Stop copying URLs like some frigging 120-yo grandma. The first fifth or so of that one was enough. - (CRConrad)
         Apple cider vinegar with dish soap - (malraux) - (7)
             Percentage of each? -NT - (crazy) - (6)
                 Enough soap to break the surface tension. -NT - (malraux) - (5)
                     How do I measure it? - (crazy) - (4)
                         GIYF - (malraux) - (2)
                             Thanks -NT - (crazy)
                             Well, yeah, we used to think so... -NT - (CRConrad)
                         I've seen one or two in the last day or so - (crazy)

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But technology never seems to advance...

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