Mosquitoes aren't just “pests” anymore, leaving behind a swollen thank-you bump for your generous blood donation – they are legions of little carriers for diseases like chikungunya virus, dengue, lyme and more.
At any rate, you can safely collect them and keep them from your family, friends and pets without needing a biochem suit.
DEET is a heavy-duty toxin to be spraying on clothes and especially highly absorbable skin. Not all natural skin repellent combos work to keep mosquito bites at bay. Mesh curtains, candles, bug lights – all of the above – offer minimal protection against mosquito bites.
Dan Rojas of Green Power Science demonstrates how you too can create your own powerful mosquito trap that puts all store bought methods to shame. In other words, he built the better mousetrap and offers this information freely.
You will need:
- Industrial drum fan, with metal can casing (wow, not cheap, you might try to find used) – he recommends this one from Home Depot
- Rare Earth Magnets
- A regular piece of screen (the flexible kind)
While still stuck to the fan, the mosquitoes are to be sprayed with a rubbing alcohol water mixture. They can be collected to be laid out to feed reptiles and …
The fan bug trap is pretty cool, but it doesn't take the place of good mosquito prevention measures. Scouring your yard for standing water is the best offense.
Mosquitoes lay eggs on water. By draining bird baths, pet dishes, the bottom of flower pots, buckets and other outdoor containers, you'll go a long way toward making your yard a no-breeding zone.
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