Put These Bug-Repelling Mason Jars Outside and You Will Not See a Mosquito All Summer


While we're all thrilled to see summer coming and the days getting warmer and brighter, there's one part we can guarantee none of us are thrilled about: mosquitoes. 

Fortunately, we're here with a DIY natural remedy that'll keep those nasty bugs away this summer.




Even better, this remedy is all natural - no nasty chemicals to worry about here. Each of the ingredients has been proven time and time again to be effective in keeping mosquitoes away - without needing any DEET.

Essential oils act more powerfully when combined, so by mixing two or three different oils, you get extra benefits in dealing with nasty insects.

Ingredients and supplies:

  • 2 mason jars
  • 10 drops of lemon eucalyptus essential oil
  • 10 drops of citronella essential oil
  • One lemon, sliced
  • One lime, sliced
  • 4 rosemary sprigs
  • Floating disc candles

Preparation

  • Fill each jar with equal parts of lemon and lime slices.
  • Add 2 sprigs rosemary in each jar.
  • Pour ¾ of water in the jars and add 10 drops of all essential oils in a separate jar.
  • Be careful not to mix them.
  • To start the process, light a candle.

You can easily use these in every section of your house and yard, and enjoy your insect-free nights all summer long.






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