Customer Reviews 3 item(s)
- Highly recommend
Awesome! Worked right away! Still working in the yard after 6 weeks.
- Great product. Give it a try
Easy to use, great comprehensive instructions, works as advertised.
- zero skeeters
We have an acre in Hawaii with very heavy foilage throughout and get lots of rain year round. There were certain spots, guaranteed, in afternoon hours, skeeters (Ae. aegypti) would swarm our arms and legs. If we left a door open too long (just minutes), always 1 or 2 skeeters would find their way inside. Tried hose-end sprays, propane foggers, and electric zappers, with minimal effect. Would put out variety of coils and punks when guests came over, but skeeters still found their way through and found someone to bite.
Bought this combo and a backpack mister (the Solo 451). Three weeks ago misted entire acre for 1st time, with 2 3-gallon fills of mister, with liquid adjuster open to level 3 of 4, spraying bottom to top (up 20 feet sometimes) and walking kind of quick. Next day, zero skeeters. Next day, walk/stand in all the "bad spots" and zero skeeters. Walk around without shirt, at dusk, pruning plants, zero skeeters. Goes like that for 2 weeks, then I did a quick 3-gallon walk around with the combo and mister to catch any larva that may have hatched from before. Just in case. But still, zero skeeters. To this day.
We can literally leave the door wide open for an hour at dusk...zero skeeters inside. I am still amazed. Guests come over, and I don't have to worry about skeeter bites. Haven't needed to put on any spray repellent since using this combo with the mister, and we're outside at the end of every day.
My plan is once or so a month to do a quick mist, which so far takes about 3 gallons of treatment (open to 2 of 4) and maybe 20-30 minutes to fill, walk, and rinse. I wear rubber gloves in the whole process, and long pants and long sleeves, with safety glasses, when spraying. No problems. We bring the dog and cat inside during spraying, and I don't spray in the direction of our koi pond at all. No problems. Just gotta pick a not-so-windy time to spray.