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Aunt Fannie’s FlyPunch! Featured in Good Housekeeping

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Summer: the season of fresh fruit and farmers markets. Unfortunately, where fruit goes…fruit flies tend to follow. The folks at Good Housekeeping recently shared a few suggestions for dealing with an invasion of fruit flies when good fruit goes bad — including rave reviews for Aunt Fannie’s FlyPunch!

“The chemists in the Health, Beauty, and Environmental Sciences lab at the Good Housekeeping Research Institute were excited to see this new product cross their desks, especially Sabina Burdzovic-Wizemann, who found that it worked better in her home than other homemade remedies she’s tried.

The mixture is natural (the active ingredients are sodium lauryl sulfate and malic acid) and comes in a DiveJar. All you have to do is open the top, set it on your counter, and “count the bodies” (Aunt Fannie has a bit of a sharp tongue). $5,” 

Read the full article here.