Nobody likes being eaten alive by mosquitoes and that’s why folks look for solutions such as the Solar Powered Mosquito Blocker by Malibu. This device focuses on preventing mosquitoes from being able to track the human scent by using a chemical called Linalool, developed in cooperation with the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture). The Blocker is rated to work in a radius of up to 100 feet. If you want to skimp on your electricity bill, this mosquito blocker sports a solar panel at the top, allowing it to recharge itself during the day, ready to be powered on at night. It’s currently going for $11 on Amazon.
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