Tag: bug spray

Considering Spraying for Mosquitoes? Read This First!

Spring is here, and as the sun rises earlier and the temperature warms, thoughts of fun outdoor activities arrive. Unfortunately, something else is arriving and for families and homeowners, it can cause a lot of stress. This something is pests, and whether they fly or crawl, their motivation is to turn your yard into their home and breeding ground, while biting your family and spreading dangerous diseases. If protecting your family and your home from pests is a priority, there are some important facts you should know before you take measures into your own hands. Can the Can When you… Read more »

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Comparing Mosquito Repellents? Try This and Never Buy Bug Spray Again

As summer approaches, we all try our best to prepare our homes and our families with the important items that we will inevitably need during the warmest season. From shorts and tee-shirts to sunscreen and sandals, it’s likely that your list of summer must-haves is long enough, even before the kids start asking for things like pool toys! When you arrive at the store, armed with your list, it’s likely that you’ll not only compare prices, but check out the latest new products to arrive on the shelves. Wouldn’t it be a relief to know that you can cross one… Read more »

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Looking For The Best Mosquito Killer? Stop Bathing in Bug Spray!

With spring and warm weather just around the corner, it’s likely that you’re already seeing popular brands of bug spray lining the shelves of your favorite supermarket. It’s just as likely that year after year you’ve stocked up on the stuff and slathered yourself, your clothes, and your kids as soon as the air is warm enough to wear a short sleeve shirt. It’s even likelier still that you and your kids hate this tradition, because it’s icky in a lot of different ways. From its stinky, chemical odor to its sticky texture and ability to stain clothes, bug spray… Read more »

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Prepare for Springtime Fun With an Effective Mosquito Barrier

The chill of winter is finally giving way to the chirping birds and warm sunshine of spring. Families around the country are preparing for the warmer months by dusting off the lawn furniture, digging the swim suits out of storage, and planting gardens that will add color to the yard. Although the scent of spring air and the warmth of the sunshine make everyone want to get outside, nature is hatching a silent plan to make spring anything but carefree. For years, families have accepted pests like mosquitoes, ticks, and fleas as an annoying part of the warmer seasons, stocking… Read more »

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Fall spraying essential to keep the ticks at bay

Despite cooler temps, tick season endures through the end of summer While Memorial Day typically heralds the beginning of summer, and the beginning of tick season, its bookend holiday, Labor Day, does not signal the end of the tick threat. Mosquito Shield continues to spray through the fall while ticks are still active, helping homeowners battle ticks with its patent-pending Tick Shield product. While deer ticks do thrive in hot, humid weather, particularly at the beginning of their lifecycle, those life cycles extend from three months to over a year. Therefore the ticks that are hatched in late August will… Read more »

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