Thursday, March 6, 2014

Mosquitoes And Flies Won't Bother Us This Summer - Thanks to @ThermaCELL

The kids and I love being outside!  We are anxious for the weather to be consistent and the days to get longer, so we can enjoy more time in the great outdoors!  

I was not paid to offer my honest opinion about the product that was sent to me on behalf of Thermacell, free of charge, for this review/feature!

However, none of us are fans of the bugs that also come along with the wonderful warmer weather!  Pesky mosquitoes (and I happen to be the type of person they are drawn to) and flies can be the biggest annoyance when you're trying to enjoy a meal on the patio or some quiet reading in the sunshine!

That's why I am thankful for ThermaCell products!  
We did a review for them last year (CLICK HERE to see it) and their products work great!  
This year, we received their Mosquito Repellent Patio Lantern , which once set up with four AA batteries, insect repellent mat and the butane cartridge...it found it's HOME perfectly on our back patio!  
Plus...it has a lovely light too...to bring some "mood lighting" and ambiance to our outdoor space and it doesn't make a sound!  LOVE IT!  I also love that I won't have to spray people up with bug repellent before we spend time outside...especially at night!

How does it work?  The Butane heats up the insect repellent mat, which releases a scent they are not fond of...Allethrin is a synthetic copy of a natural repellent found in pyrethrum flowers, a member of the chrysanthemum family.

This will be used plenty this summer and we will all be thankful to not have annoying flies landing on our plates and itchy mosquito bites bothering us when we come in from our outdoor time!  This Mosquito Repellent Patio Lantern is powerful enough to maintain a 15x15 foot area (a typical patio size).  And I personally think it's adorable too!

CLICK HERE to see their entire line of products!  

I was not paid to feature this post!  I was compensated only by the products sent for this review/feature!

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