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    Default Keeping mozzies away

    Hi all, so we know the warm weather is due and it's started in most parts.
    How do you plan to keep the mozzies away this season?
    What works what doesn't?
    And something for toddlers not to get bitten.

    Thank you

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    There's little bracelets you can put on toddlers that help keep mozzies away. Also if we are having dinner outside then we are burning citronella (either candles or wax melts)

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    I started a similar thread on the same subject a little while ago. Perhaps there are some ideas there too.

    http://www.bubhub.com.au/community/f...squito-control

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    http://mobile.news.com.au/lifestyle/...edium=Facebook

    Just came across this article on Facebook also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Hi all, so we know the warm weather is due and it's started in most parts.
    How do you plan to keep the mozzies away this season?
    What works what doesn't?
    And something for toddlers not to get bitten.

    Thank you
    We have indoor zapper only thing that has worked

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    Thank you for the advice, I was over seas and I got attacked sooo bad, not looking forward to summer at all.

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    We are planting citronella plants near the doors.
    Have always had citronella candles and they have worked well.

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    We had screens put on all doors and windows. I hate mozzies!


 

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