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7 Steps to get rid of sewer flies

7 Steps to get rid of sewer flies

Bleach, hot water and pesticides will not eradicate those pesky sewer flies Sewer flies don’t bite and while they do not spread diseases, however, they can contaminate foods The life cycle of a sewer fly lasts about two to three weeks and, after mating, they return to the nearby drain to lay their eggs Drain flies don’t have great flying skills and are fairly easy to track down to swat Getting rid of those pesky drain flies is a seven-step process

Lifting the water closet to replace the gasket allowed a dozen sewer flies to take flight! Nasty looking buggers and the homeowners groaned, “We can’t seem to get rid of those pests, and we go on a killing spree anytime we are going to have guests visit our home.”

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