May is National Barbecue Month and the start of the season for summer gatherings. But I’ll tell you, nothing puts a damper on summer fun quite like pesky mosquitoes trying to suck your blood and other insects buzzing around your patio. So today I’m sharing how Stinger helps keep the bugs away so that you can better enjoy the time on your patio. Though I received samples for this post, all opinions are my own.
First up is something that you’ve possibly seen in stores before – the Stinger Mosquito Repellent Lantern. I love this because it helps keep the bugs away without having to apply stinky bug spray. Each?Stinger Mosquito Repellent Lantern covers a 15×15 area and adds a decorative touch to the deck or patio. Priced at under $15, you just can’t really go wrong when you get a mosquito repellent and patio decor all in one.
But what do you do if you have a larger area that you would like to enjoy this summer, without the hassle of bugs? Well then you need the Stinger 3-in-1 Insect Zapper. It uses a black UV light to lure mosquitoes and other flying insects in, and features a clog free grid so bugs won’t be stuck in it. The Stinger 3-in-1 Insect Zapper provides coverage for the entire yard and is suitable for large yards up to 1 1/2 acres! In fact, this baby features 40% more zapping power and lighting that the previous model.
The outer enclosure on the?Stinger 3-in-1 Insect Zapper ensures that children and pets won’t be able to touch the electric grid and it’s made from durable plastic that is weatherproof. For better energy efficiency, there is a sundown sensor that automatically turns it on at dusk and off at dawn – how convenient!
Since our yard sits on a property just shy of that, my family and our friends are going to be able to spend our time outdoors without having to worry so much about those pesky mosquitoes and the unbearable itchy bite marks that they leave behind. Stinger offers a wide assortment of products for your mosquito control needs and you can even grab replacement bulbs and repellent pads from heir website.