Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Fruit Flies in Your Kitchen? Here's Where They Come From – And How To Get Rid Of Them

You notice that tiny fruit flies have suddenly appeared in your kitchen. They can be a nuisance. Where do you think they came from?

That banana on the counter? That glass of wine you left by the sink last night? From the kitchen drain? – you'd be surprised how often the answer is from the drain. It turns out, they love breeding in horizontal drains like the one between your sinks or in the floor drain in a larger kitchen – there is lots of moisture down there, and for the most part they are left undistrubed so their offspring can live on the waste that is lining the walls of your drain pipes. Then, when they mature, they fly up out of the drain and you see them.

How do you prevent them? A monthly maintenance program whereby you treat the drains with a small amount of EATOILS™ SUPERFLOW™ will coat the walls of your pipes with a biofilm which will digest the 'food' from the walls and make the drains less hospitable for the flies – it also keeps your lines open and running clear.

EATOILS™ SUPERFLOW™ contains no harmful chemicals, is environmentally friendly, and safe to use – even at home! For more information about this product click here.

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