Sunday, September 22, 2013

Mosquito Genie Review

Thank You to Mosquito Genie for providing me with their products free of charge in exchange for my honest review.

If there is one thing I cannot stand it's a mosquito or a biting black gnat. With a creek running through my front yard though, it's kind of hard to avoid. I have tried numerous products to rid these pesky critters but nothing seems to work. I was quiet pleased when I had the opportunity to review the Mosquito Genie

The mosquito genie is an outdoor lamp that kills mosquito's with a garlic based all natural solution. This is a stylish little lamp that you can sit wherever you are to repel mosquito's. I really enjoy sitting on my porch in the evenings. Before the Mosquito Genie, I was unable to do this peacefully. I was constantly swatting at gnats and mosquito's and usually had to come in with what seemed like hundreds of large whelps all over my arms and legs. 

Did You Know:

Female mosquitos are the only ones that bite.  (Male mosquitos are vegetarians, are not attracted to light and do not search for blood.)  As long as she gets blood, one female mosquito can lay 300-400 eggs 10 times a month during her four-week life cycle. Eliminating one female mosquito canprevent thousands from biting you next month. 

 I had no idea! 

Since the Mosquito Genie arrived, we can now sit peacefully on our front porch and enjoy these cool fall nights without having to worry about a ton of nasty mosquitoes. I am quiet pleased with it's effects and will definitely be purchasing more for next years "mosquito season".  The genie is cordless so you don't have to worry about tacky cords strung across your porch in turn preventing a tripping or fire hazard. Super Important!

Overall, I am a satisfied customer and recommend the Mosquito Genie to anyone looking for some relief from mosquitoes! 

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