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  • Allan DeGroot
    Actually the soap DECREASES the surface tension so they can t do what bugs are usually real good at, walking on water. they surface tension is lowered and they
    Message 1 of 22 , Aug 3, 2006
      Actually the soap DECREASES the surface tension so they can't do what
      bugs are usually real good at, walking on water.

      they surface tension is lowered and they fall in.

      AllanD

      --- In new_distillers@yahoogroups.com, "cvedrick" <cvedrick@...> wrote:
      >
      > After having our entire house infested with fruit gnats, I researched
      > and found the following remedy.
      >
      > Mix equal parts of water and cider vinegar, add 1 drop of dish soap.
      >
      > Put into shallow dishes, or jars. Leave where you have gnats.
      >
      > Come back later and toss out all the dead little buggers.
      >
      > It appears they are attracted to the cider vinegar smell.
      >
      > The soap increases the surface tension of the water and prevents them
      > from escaping.
      >
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