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The Daily Beast: This Is the Bug Spray That Saved My Summer

This bug spray is DEET free, is the perfect size, and most importantly, actually works.

For the past few weeks, I have been testing out bug sprays. This wasn’t a work thing, although it quickly became one. No, this was a race against the clock. My legs were coated in mosquito bites, just from spending time outside reading or walking the dog. Since the backyard is where I was hoping to spend all of my time this summer, I needed a solution, and I needed one fast. Mosquito candles and repellers are great, but you have to light them or turn them on everytime you go outside. I needed something that lasts for a long time, is easy to apply, and keeps mosquitos off of me at all costs.

Read the full article from Daniel Modlin on The Daily Beast's website here.

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December 3, 2023

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