(hoping this works for me) This totally works! Done it twice now and it works perfectly. Also read somewhere gnats are attracted to the color yellow so I added a little yellow food coloring the second time. Got more gnats with the yellow!
How to Get Rid of Fruit Flies take a wide mouth jar and fill it — of the way full with apple cider vinegar. (No other vinegar will work, btw. It has to be apple cider vinegar.) Add a few drops of dish soap, then fill the rest of the jar with wat
Pour cup of apple cider vinegar into a small mason jar with about two squirts of dish detergent. Cover with a piece of parchment paper, wax paper, or plastic wrap to seal the mason jar, then poked holes in the paper.
No more fruit flies.: put three drops of dish soap (whatever kind you use) into 1 cup of vinegar and leave it out in a bowl. The vinegar will attract the flies to the bowl and the soap will reduce the surface tension so the flies sink to the bottom
How to Get Rid of Fruit Flies Breeding in Plant Dirt
Get RID of FRUIT FLIES! Finding tiny fruit flies, or fungus gnats, loitering just above the surface of potted plant dirt is a common nuisance for indoor gardeners. These pests feed on the decaying organic matter and fungi .
Fruit flies Be GONE! Small dish add a little vinegar add a very small amount of dish soap place wherever you see fruit flies! I tried this with apple cider vinegar & dish soap and it REALLY works. Just don't put in too much dish soap or it won't work!