We live in an ecosystem full of all kinds of species. Some live pretty far from what we call our society, others, however, are in constant contact with us and they can be very annoying. Some of the most common ones are mosquitoes and cockroaches.
The pesky mosquitoes are everywhere and are not only annoying, but they also represent a health risk because they are carriers of an infinite number of diseases due to their contact with human blood and other debris from the streets or places with poor hygiene. Speaking of hygiene, mosquitoes or flies in general are on sites where they can get food and put their offspring, usually in dirty places or with standing water, but to remove them is actually the real problem.
So, that’s why, here, we’re presenting you a natural remedy that will help you get rid of the mosquitoes and flies in an effective way.
There are many products on the market that claim to help you do this but all chemicals have certain side effects that should be avoided in our life, so this natural remedy is the best choice for you.
½ a cup of vegetable oil
½ a cup of shampoo
½ a cup of natural vinegar (this should be of 9% concentration)
How to make:
Mix all the ingredients very well and make sure you get a homogeneous mixture. Then, put the homogeneous mixture in a spray bottle so you can then spray all the areas where you want these hateful and pesky mosquitoes or flies to disappear. You can use this remedy in the rooms without any problems because it is completely natural, in addition and you can also use it in the garden or even apply it on your skin to make it work as a natural repellent!
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