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Prevent Mosquito Bites Naturally

Loving you newly renovated home? You may never know when mosquito remains in clean or disaster house. How can we eliminate those mosquitos? It’s not like we can just press pause on the weather and bring back the sweltering heat of summer.
We can however use our own cheap, efficient, and easy homemade mosquito repellents. This way we can keep the mosquitos away without having to break into our budgets to purchase expensive, chemical-filled manufactured ones! Plus, we get to enjoy the season mosquito-free.

House cleaning services Annapolis gives you five of the best, tried-true-and-tested, natural homemade mosquito repellents for you to make:

1. Neem Oil and Coconut Oil.Neem oil comes from the seeds and fruits of the neem tree and is said to be a excellent mosquito repellent due to its composition and strong scent. Its heady aroma is believed to overwhelm the mosquito’s sense of smell therefore causing them to steer clear away.

  • 10 drops of neem oil
  • 30 mL of coconut oil
  • Place 30 mL of coconut oil in any empty container
  • Using a dropper, add 10 drops of neem oil into the coconut oil and mix well
  • Use this repellent directly on exposed areas of your body
2. Lemon Eucalyptus Oil.
The secret to why lemon eucalyptus oil works lies in its compounds. It contains compounds such as citronellal and p-methane 3,8-diol (PMD) which are highly effective as mosquito repellents. Studies have proven that lemon eucalyptus oil falls third in the line of defense against mosquitos directly after DEET and picaridin. That is why many scientists would recommend this natural repellent as it is very safe and effective.

  • 10 mL of lemon eucalyptus oil
  • 90 mL of carrier oil (olive or coconut)
  • Empty 100 mL bottle

  • Take the empty 100 mL bottle and add the 10 mL of lemon eucalyptus oil
  • Add 90 mL of the carrier oil and mix well
  • Use this repellent directly on exposed areas of your body

3. Mouthwash and Epsom Salt Home Spray.
This works because most mouth-washes contain compounds such as eucalyptol, menthol, thymol, and ethanol that all act as effective mosquito repellents. Epsom salt on the other hand helps with cleansing and disinfecting the areas.

  • 1 large bottle of mint-flavored mouthwash
  • 3 cups of Epsom salt

  • Add 3 cups of Epsom salt to the large bottle of mint-flavored mouthwash
  • Mix well until the salt is completely dissolved
  • Pour any amount of the solution into an empty spray bottle and store the large bottle for later use
  • Spray the solution around your home

4. Apple Cider Vinegar with Essential Oils.
With this spray, it’s really the essential oils doing the heavy lifting here. The apple cider vinegar is simply the effective and oil-free base or carrier that increases the repellents’ potency. ACV also creates a slightly acidic pH on the surface of your skin that wards away any mosquitos looking for a little snack.

  • 50 mL of apple cider vinegar
  • 50 mL of water
  • 10-12 drops of clove, citronella, or eucalyptus oil

  • Mix the 50 ml of apple cider vinegar and the 50 ml water
  • Add 10-12 drops of the essential oil of your choice and combine well
  • Store in any empty spray bottle and spray on yourself before going outdoors

5. Garlic Spray.
This versatile spray can be used on both your houseplants and on your body. This garlic spray works as garlic contains allicin, which is a strong repellent against mosquitos. This is doubled in effect by garlic’s strong aroma. The lemon juice on the other hand triples this effect due to its natural acidity.

  • 5-6 garlic cloves
  • 1 tablespoon of mineral oil
  • 1 teaspoon of lime juice
  • 2 cups of water

  • Mince 5-6 garlic cloves and add the tablespoon of mineral oil Let this soak overnight.
  • Strain the garlic and collect the infused oil
  • Add lime juice and water and pour into spray bottle
  • Spray this solutions on both the plants around your homes and on the exposed areas of your body