Reusable Fly Trap From Home Depot That Takes Care Of Summer Pests Goes Viral

One of the things I look forward to during summer is eating outside. We love to enjoy our backyard with epic BBQs. But there's only one problem with that — the flies. Ugh!

They're so pesky and relentless. Don't you think they pretty much take the fun out of eating outdoors? Well, now there's something you can actually do about it.

Ah, the scent of BBQ is intoxicating. Am I right?

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I'm craving it as I type this out, ha, ha! But as much as we're attracted to it, so are the flies. Isn't it funny that they always find their way right when you're about to munch on something?

And they're even worse when you're enjoying some fruit or a sweet drink.

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I guess the flies love it as much as we do. But I have great news for you: Now there is a product that you can get to get rid of the flies — even outside.

I recently saw a video on TikTok that demonstrates the power of this flytrap.

And you won't believe your eyes. I was pretty shocked when I saw it. Are you ready to see it? I have to warn you it's a little gross.

Okay, so here it goes.

TikTok user Ashley McDonald bought this flytrap and she put it outside around 4 p.m. By 4:30, the flies already started getting inside. And by 6 p.m. the jar was getting fuller and fuller. OMG! Can you believe that?

Then, she showed the jar again at 8 p.m., and it was so full already.

Yuk! And then the shocker came when she showed the jar again at 9 a.m. the next morning. Guys, it was full to the brim. Wow!

To fully appreciate this, you should really see the video.

The good news is that you, too, can purchase this flytrap. It's available at the Home Depot, and it's under $10. I haven't told you the best part yet — it's reusable. What?

Although, I don't know if I could reuse it.

I guess you would have to throw the dead flies out somewhere and then insert the refill. The trap uses a food-based lure that flies find irresistible. People on TikTok lost their minds when they saw this miracle.

The funny thing is that some people started defending the flies.

They were upset that this lady was doing this outside. But she explained that the flies were trying to get into her house. What do you think of that?

So, what do you think of this flytrap?

Would you use it? And if yes, would you only use it in your house or in the backyard too? I can see the two sides of the coin on this issue. So, I'm still on the fence here.