When it gets warmer outside, there is a real mosquito plague outside. Everywhere the little plague-plagues buzz around and bite anyone who has not protected himself sufficiently. Mosquitoes can spoil a barbecue evening if mosquitoes are constantly circling around you. Sleeping is also out of the question when a mosquito is circling around the room. As soon as the light is turned on, the mosquito is gone. If you want to lie down again, you can hear a loud buzzing. This can cause sleep disturbances in summer, which can have a negative effect on your health.
To protect yourself from mosquitoes in summer, there are many different possibilities. Many garden owners use chemical mosquito repellent products to protect themselves from the bites. However, many of these products are poisonous and can even be carcinogenic. In addition, these products give off a very unpleasant smell that can cause nausea or headaches. To protect against mosquitoes, it is advisable to put fly screens on all windows and the patio door. This prevents small insects from entering the house. Even long clothing can ensure that a mosquito or other insects cannot bite. However, long clothing is not very comfortable to wear in midsummer.
An electric fly swatter is also a good way to protect yourself from mosquitoes. A small disadvantage is that you have to actively hunt mosquitoes for it. This means that you are more busy chasing the mosquitoes away from the table than you are looking after your guests. Devices such as the Buzz B-Gone mosquito catcher work independently. All you have to do is charge and set it up. After two hours you should lift the lid once to check how many mosquitoes you have caught. According to the manufacturer, a large number of mosquitoes should have accumulated inside the device. You can easily shake out the dead mosquitoes so that there is room for new captured mosquitoes.