Homemade Repellents: Natural and Non-Toxic DIY Repellent Recipes to Keep Away Mosquitoes, Flies, Spiders, Ants and Bugs

| June 28, 2016

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Homemade Repellents: Natural and Non-Toxic DIY Repellent Recipes to Keep Away Mosquitoes, Flies, Spiders, Ants and Bugs

A mosquito repellent does not really kill mosquitoes. Most repellents work by making people less attractive to mosquitoes. With this, they are less likely to bite you.

As the summer approaches, it is advisable to make homemade bug spray recipes and repellents available for the warm weather. Mosquitos, bugs, ants, spiders, and houseflies find it best to breed during this warm weather and so are usually all over the place.

Safely getting rid of ants, bugs, fleas in a world filled with tons of insecticides with chemical components seems like a dreadful task to most people. However, natural insect repellents come to the rescue, apart from being totally safe, it has the additional advantage of being made right in your home with just a quick trip to a nearby local supermarket.

Here Is a Preview of What You’ll Learn…

• The Benefits of Repellents

• The Harmful Effects of Using Chemical Insecticides

• How to Naturally Repel Ants, Bugs, Mosquitos, Fleas

• Recipes to Make Repellents with Ingredients Found Right in The Home

• Much, Much More

Homemade repellents are made from natural materials which are of little or no harm to humans and the environment when compared to ones with chemicals like DEET, which is the main constituent of many commercial insect repellents.

Common side-effects known to be caused by DEET-based products include:

• Rashes

• Itching

• Swelling

• Eye-irritation

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