Avoid mosquitoes bites and stings constantly by making repellents at home. You only need three essential ingredients that you already have, a few minutes of time and mosquito problems disappear. You can make non-toxic mosquito repellent that works.
Weather conditions over the past month have created fertile ground for the mosquitoes to appear massively.
The situation becomes serious the moment one feels they have their own mosquito to accompany and use as a ‘pantry’, but fortunately, there are various mosquito repellents as well as various homemade recipes.
We bring you a recipe for a home repellent that only needs three ingredients, which you probably already have at home.
- edible oil
- 9% vinegar
Mix all ingredients in equal proportions until you get a white foam. Pour the blend into the vial with the spray and free spin.
If you want to try some other natural ways to get rid of mosquitoes, try the following:
- Neem oil – Due to its medicinal properties, neem is known throughout the world and is considered a sacred tree in India. Substances that do not contain oil will also drive away mosquitoes, and as this is a completely natural product, it is safe to use. Dip the essential oil into the lamp.
- Plant Calendula or Lavender – If you choose to decorate the garden with calendula or lavender flowers, you will also get excellent mosquito protection. Calendula and lavender release odors that repel mosquitoes, but also other flying attacks, and calendula helps calm the skin after insect bites.
- Banana – It’s great for your skin, and the mosquitoes are incredibly repulsive. In addition to keeping you satiated, use a banana peel to grease your skin and repel mosquitoes.
- Tea tree oil-repellent will repel mosquitoes and calm down already obtained stings. Mix 60 ml of tea tree oil and 140 ml of water. Pour the mixture into a spray bottle, shake well and spray the skin.
- You can use aromatic lamps or incense sticks in your living area to repel mosquitoes by their scent. The oils or sticks you use should be with the aroma of citronella, cinnamon, rosemary, lemongrass, lavender or tea tree.