09:06PM | 09/30/06
Member Since: 09/30/06
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I have drain flies and I cant get rid of them. I have spent alot of $$ on DF5000 for 6 drains and it didnt help.

They land on food and in your face. Its gross. Forget cooking. I spray them with Lysol and they drop dead, but then 10 more show up. Im sure the lysol isnt doing my family any good either.

They live in slime, and I just cannot find anything that they could be living in. They are not coming from outside. Its the bathroom, but they go everywhere.

Does anyone know how to get rid of these most annoying bugs? Please Help! :)


10:58PM | 06/30/07
Member Since: 06/30/07
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I have heard that you can put some bleach down the drain and that will help. Someone even suggested filling all your sinks with boiling hot water and to add a cup of bleach. I hope this works! I am trying it myself because these little annoying bugs were in my kitchen too!


02:37PM | 01/08/10
Member Since: 01/07/10
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A pipe must be broken. I am sure that the pipe must be fix to correct the problem.

I found a website that may help you find the right information to clear the problem up until the pipe is fixed:

Good Luck!

KG Fouts


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