Why Mosquito Misting Systems Trump Topical Insect Repellant

If you like entertaining outdoors, then you know that there are few things that can ruin a party faster than a swarm of mosquitos. Rather than having your guests lather themselves with topical repellant, using a mosquito misting system is a great way to control insects and keep your guests and yourself comfortable. Read on to learn more about the benefits of using a mosquito misting system.

Eliminates Mosquitos

As their name suggests, insect “repellants” serve only to keep mosquitos away from you. The insects avoid the smell, but as soon as the scent wears off, they will return. Mosquito misters kill these pests so that they will never come back to bother you again.

Reduces Skin Contact with Chemicals

Topical repellants are made from harsh chemicals, and have been a health concern since they first arrived on the market. Many government agencies and watchdog groups have expressed concern over the nature of such repellants, which can enter your bloodstream through your skin. This is especially dangerous for children, whose tender skin will absorb the repellant chemicals even faster. Misters release insecticides into the air around your home, so that you don’t have to directly apply anything to your skin.

Accommodates Natural Insecticides

If you are worried about spraying chemicals into the air, you can address this concern by using a natural insecticide, such as Pyrethrum, in your misting system. Pyrethrum is an oil that is extracted from the dried and crushed heads of chrysanthemums. It is lethal to insects, but has no effect on mammals, allowing you to spend time in your backyard without having to worry about mosquitos or the potential hazards of chemical repellants.

Platinum Mosquito Protection of Boca Raton and Coral Gables is proud to offer the latest and most effective in mosquito misting technology. Our products ensure that you can always enjoy being outdoors in mosquito-free comfort. Call us at (954) 888-9311 to place an order today.

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