Purchased ointments and sprays against mosquitoes is often not feasible, and if work is in addition to the harm insects along the way are dangerous for humans as they contain harmful substances. In this regard, it is desirable to make the repellent of mosquitoes and midges with their hands from natural plant components.
What you’ll need:
- clove essential oil;
- any vegetable oil.
- The capacity for mixing.
The process of making mosquito repellent
Mosquitoes can not stand the smell of cloves. In this regard, as the active substance will be used clove essential oil. It can be purchased at the pharmacy. It is inexpensive, and consumed slowly, so one bottle will be enough for several years.
As the smell of cloves is very rich, the essential oil need to use a little. In this regard, it should be diluted to reduce the concentration of aromatic substances. For this you can use any vegetable oil. You can use normal refined sunflower. This allows the manufacture of mosquito repellent with just a penny. Also suitable olive, sesame, etc.
Per serving means used 5 ml of vegetable oil and 3-4 drops of essential.
The components are mixed and poured into a convenient storage and carrying container. This can be a tin jar of lip balm, a small glass vial or bottle with.
It is sufficient to RUB a few drops on exposed skin. It should be applied to hands, neck, feet. It should be noted that as the funds is oil, it will stain clothes. It is more suitable for gardeners, fishermen or those who go on a picnic. New clothes means it is better not to apply, or to use when cooking instead of vegetable oil pharmacy glycerin.
If you want to protect from mosquitoes a child up to 3 years, the tool must not apply directly on the skin and clothing. Just a few drops on the collar, cuffs or simply to impose a bandage made of cloth and soak it with oil. Because carnation has a distinct twang, the tool unsuitable for repelling mosquitoes from the open Windows. It is more applicable in the fresh air. In the room this smell will increase and may become unpleasant, not only mosquitoes, but also to others, if they don’t like cloves.