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Drain Flies - also known as: moth flies; sewer flies; filter flies
Drain Fly Identification Removal & Control
Drain Flies are one of several species of fly that can and will invade your home if given the opportunity. It gets its name from the fact that it thrives in damp environments such as drains and pipes. This dampness is most necessary during the larval stage of the insect’s development, so this is when it makes the most sense to focus your elimination efforts.
Behavior & Habitat
How to Get Rid of Drain Flies:
Simply cleaning out the drain that is affected can have a very beneficial effect on the population of flies, but it is almost never sufficient to completely eradicate the problem. If you’re serious about learning how to get rid of drain flies, you also need to employ a good Drain Fly killer that is approved for use against these pests. One such product is called Invade Hot Spot. There is also a gel that is designed to get deep into drains called DF 5000. Both of these products are very effective at getting rid of Drain Flies.
See also: Drain Gel Treatment
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