This might sound like just another bug spray to you, but Mosquito Barrier is used by government organizations, major insect repelling services and countless families all around the world for two very good reasons: it works and it's safe. USDA field tests conducted in New Haven, Connecticut concluded that spraying Mosquito Barrier kept ticks away for 4 weeks. Scientific lab results from a major mosquito abatement district show that Mosquito Barrier eliminated 100% of mosquito larvae in standing water within 24 hours, and the Malaria Control Division of the Ministry of Health in Kenya found this unique product to be just as effective on adult mosquitoes. On top of all that, the positive reviews and testimonials for Mosquito Barrier keep rolling in every summer.
Many foreign chemicals and poisons are regularly used to combat insect populations, but the makers of Mosquito Barrier took a solution that nature had already provided us and simply improved it, and the results are overwhelmingly positive. As you've probably seen in the movies, garlic repels the blood-sucking, mythological beings known as vampires, but it has the same effect on mosquitoes, the insects that survive primarily on a diet of blood as well. Notice anything?
The makers of Mosquito Barrier formed what was to become Garlic Research Labs over 20 years ago and immediately began experimenting with ways to turn the natural repelling attributes of garlic into a product that people could use to protect themselves and clear outdoor areas of mosquitoes and other insects. Garlic will regularly lose most of the compounds that repel insects just seconds after it is liquidated or even diced, but the special garlic used only in the making of Mosquito Barrier and Garlic Barrier actually retains a great deal of these compounds in its liquid form and remains detectable to insects for 3 to 4 weeks after spraying. If they can detect the garlic, they will stay away.
While gnats and flies can do little more than fly into a bowl of soup or buzz around your ears, some insects pose a very serious threat to humans and animals alike. Mosquitoes are currently putting about two fifths of the world's population at risk of contracting dengue fever, and the West Nile virus has already killed thousands across the Americas and Europe. Ticks in America and other parts of the world are very dangerous as well, transmitting diseases such as Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever and babesiosis to both humans and animals.
Mosquito Barrier works great for people with pets, even for those who own or manage livestock. Animals will be safe to roam outside without getting bit, and if they come inside the house you won't have to worry about them bringing any insects or pests with them. Giving your pets a flea bath won't do much if they are going to go outside and pick a bunch more of the little nippers right up, but a single bath could keep your animals flea and tick-free for months if you are using Mosquito Barrier to keep their outdoor areas clear of them both.
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