Fishermen, hunters and summer residents are especially familiar with mosquitoes and midges. In addition to these insects, there are also horseflies, gadflies, flies and mosquitoes. All these blood-sucking parasites are usually called "gnats", and it is they who are able to spoil any trip to nature.
In addition to the fact that the gnat bites unpleasantly, irritation is formed at the site of the bite, which can itch and hurt. By the way, such discomfort to people is delivered only by female individuals who need blood in order to lay eggs and continue their race. Males feed on plant products.
You can get rid of the midges flying around the house with the help of the Raptor. Better yet, mosquito nets are installed on all windows to help keep insects out.
Protecting yourself outdoors is much more difficult. Now a huge number of repellents are produced, presented in the form of creams, gels, ointments or aerosols, aimed at protecting humans from blood-sucking insects. All of them are considered harmless to humans, but they must still be used with caution. Firstly, do not rub them into the skin, even if it is written on the package, since the ingredients in the composition can cause an allergic reaction. Also, if liquid from insects gets into your eyes, you should immediately rinse them with water and go to the clinic for an examination. Before using any repellent, you must carefully read the instructions and follow its directions.
People often notice that repellents do not last as long as indicated on the packaging. This does not mean at all that the manufacturer released a low-quality product, it is quite possible that the product was simply incorrectly applied. Also, the repellent could cease to work due to weather conditions. For example, it rained or it was extremely hot, and the person sweated, as a result of which the cream or aerosol was washed off, ceasing to have a protective effect.
Using a long-acting solution
Avoid using insect repellents such as clothing, especially in summer. Wearing a lot of clothes can overheat, leading to heatstroke. It is better to wear thin clothes by treating them with a special water solution. It is very easy to make it. This will require a repellent in the amount of 70 g, 1500 ml of water and 30 ml of liquid soap. All ingredients are mixed and the solution is ready. They need to spray the clothes and let them dry. If you put such things in an airtight package, they will retain their protective properties for several weeks.
The same treatment can be done with a tent, only it needs to be sprayed outside. If the tent is made of thin material and there is a risk that it will be completely saturated with mortar, you can simply spray the doors and windows from the outside with a repellent. Thanks to the protective properties of repellents, outdoor recreation will bring only positive emotions.