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8 hints HOW TO BEAT THE MOSQUITOS THIS SUMMER 

1.   Dusk and Dawn and in between

Dusk, night fall and dawn is typically when mozzies tend to come out to play. This is when you should be on high alert and follow some of the below precautions to lessen your chance of those itchy little red bumps on your skin.

2.     Cover Up

When you’re outside in mozzie peak hour(s), cover up as much of your body as possible. While they can sometimes bite through your layers, there is a lot less likihood if you are wearing long sleeves, socks and long pants.

3.     Spray it

Opt for a supermarket solution or a more natural approach. Either way, apply mosquito repellent to all exposed skin to keep them away. You can get roll on, creams, aerosol and pump spray repellents so your preferences can be most likely accommodated for.

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Make Your Motorhome or Caravan a “No Fly Zone” with 
BugMeshScreensOz

 

Caravanning and Motorhomes are as Australian as it gets. Most of us have a love of the great outdoors, it’s a great way to get closer to nature. While the sun and scenery can be fantastic, holidaying in this way can have some drawbacks too; mainly in the shape of flies, mosquitos and other creepy crawlies. We can minimise the chances of sharing our Caravan or Motorhome with less than desirable critters by following these simple steps:

  • Avoid leaving any food exposed within or immediately outside your caravan.
  • Ants have a particularly keen sense of smell and so will sniff out even the smallest spillage.
  • Make sure that your bins have lids and empty them regularly.
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