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Due to large amounts of fruit waste, fruit flies always find their way inside day care centers. A clean and hygienic day care center is only part of the solution. The flies can even survive the winter if the problem is not addressed. Parents think the day care center is unhygienic and  not cleaned often enough, which isn't a comforting thought.

Fruit Fly Ninja®, a small and discrete trap of ± 3 x 5 cm, is the most effective solution against fruit flies. The Fruit Fly Ninja® contains an organic fluid and even the packaging is biodegradable. It is very easy to use. You don’t have to refill the trap with dirty fluids or any other substances. No difficult-to-open or hard plastic packaging, you don’t even have to put it together. Just twist off the cap, remove the liner from the tape and stick it close to the problem area. That's it!

On internet you can find a thousand tips on how to combat fruit flies. All kinds of vinegar mixes, fruit, alcohol in small jars, plastic containers, saucers, plastic bottles and so on. It takes too long to prepare, it takes up too much space and it is simply not the most effective solution. As a day care assistant, you are busy with the children and simply don’t have time for that. Let the Fruit Fly Ninja® fight the battle for you.

Stick the Ninja close to the problem areas. Within a few days each fly will come very close to the Ninja. The chance of getting rid of the flies with the patented Fruit Fly Ninja® is extremely high, and most flies will be caught within a matter of days.

We encourage day care centers with more than one location to purchase our product jointly. The price for a Pro Pack (15 fruit fly traps) will be much lower. For more information please contact us.

Daycare the ‘Vlindervilla’, Netherlands
"Wow! Recently, we’ve also started using Fruit Fly Ninja in the day care center. What a recommendation. We always have a lot of ripe fruit for the children and had a problem with fruit flies until late fall. Now we don’t see them anymore! We can really recommend it!"

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