It doesn’t matter where you live in this country, be it the Pacific Northwest, the South or even Atlantic or Midwest regions, there is one problem just about every faces each spring and summer. That problem would be mosquitoes and other insects that bite.
So an introduction to Thermacell and their all encompassing line of mosquito repelling lanterns, torches and repellers is necessary. Thermacell does something no one else does and that is use their technology to put a repellent that is a copy of the insecticide produced by chrysanthemums in their products. It proves to be 98% effective and welcome relief to those looking to spend an afternoon or evening outdoors with family, friends or a good book. Those that fight that losing battle at mosquitoes will love that 98% statistic.
“Thermacell products are 98% effective, approved by the EPA and tested by the US government for effectiveness,” says a representative of Thermacell.
It’s also odorless and runs on a single butane cartridge, that heats a repellent mat and releases allethrin, which is a synthetic copy of the natural repellent found in those chrysanthemum flowers that were mentioned above. Thermacell says a lantern will cover a 225-square feet area at up to four hours per mat or 12 hours for a refill kit. A Thermacell lantern is not only more effective, but it is safer than using citronella candles.
Users like the fact that the EPA has deemed it safe and the exact product is used by the U.S. Army in Iraq, Kuwait and Afghanistan. You can’t beat Thermacell products when it comes to ease of use. They are cordless, small, lightweight and fit snugly into a small bag or any size backpack to take with you on the go. The repellent mats are also easy to transport and replace.
Where can you put a Thermacell lantern? One your deck or patio is the obvious choice, but really anywhere that might lend itself to outdoor entertaining. Campers, hunters and fishermen swear by Thermacell products. They are dual-purpose products as they not only keep biting insects at bay, but they are also a full lantern light source. Thermacell mosquito repellent lanterns start at about $20 and go up to around $60. There is a mosquito lantern to fit every need and every budget.
One 5-star review on Thermacell’s website exclaims, “It just works!” And it really does, there really is no further explanation needed or desired by users of these great products. Get ready for the spring, summer and fall with Thermacell.