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Getting Rid of Mosquitoes with Sterifab

A Bit About Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes are food to a multitude of creatures, but also suck blood from others — including humans — to supply their eggs with protein. This leaves behind itchy bites and sometimes illnesses.

There are over 3,000 species of mosquito around the world. Because all these species need standing water to breed, they tend to swarm in wet, swampy areas. While only female mosquitoes can bite, their numbers are great enough to put everyone at risk of being bitten.

Avoiding mosquitoes can be a challenge, especially in warm or damp places. But you can eradicate mosquito infestations. EPA-approved Sterifab is proven to kill mosquitoes, is nonresidual, and can be used on almost any surface.

How to Get Rid of Mosquitoes with Sterifab

Here’s how to get rid of mosquitoes in 4 easy steps with Sterifab:

  1. Identify sources of stagnant water where mosquitoes may breed.

  2. Apply Sterifab to any outside areas where large swarms are clearly visible.

  3. Look for and block potential access points into your home.

  4. Keep a bottle of Sterifab on hand and spray directly on any mosquito you find in your home.

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Why You Want to Get Rid of Mosquitoes

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Mosquitoes are notorious for being one of the most annoying pests around. Their bites itch and the high-pitched whining of their wings has led to many a sleepless night.

 

These nuisances are also difficult to get away from because mosquitoes find animals to bite based on exhaled carbon dioxide, smell and body heat. Killing them can also be frustrating, as they often fly off just as you attempt to squash them.

Finally, mosquitoes spread some of the deadliest diseases on the planet. Anopheles mosquitoes spread malaria, elephantiasis and encephalitis, culex mosquitoes carry the West Nile virus, and Aedes mosquitoes are responsible for the proliferation of yellow fever and dengue.

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Why Use Sterifab to Kill Mosquitoes?

Sterifab is one of the best weapons against mosquitoes because you can use it almost anywhere, killing those mosquitoes that might otherwise escape your grasp.

But Sterifab isn’t only a mosquito terminator; each spray kills most other pests, too. That’s because Sterifab also kills bed bugs, mites, spiders, cockroaches, flies, lice and even viruses, fungus, and bacteria.

If there’s an unwanted presence in your home, Sterifab is the easiest product to use whenever, wherever without having to worry. It also deodorizes when applied!

Use Sterifab to Prevent Mosquitoes from Returning

Although the battle against mosquitoes is an ongoing one, there are preventative measures you can take to avoid any serious problems in the future.

 

  1. Regularly clean and replace water in nearby pools and ponds.

  2. Install netting and screen doors in the largest points of entry to your home.

  3. Install bug zappers outdoors to thin out the local mosquito population.

  4. Periodically apply Sterifab to any areas with increased mosquito activity.

  5. Attract birds to your property with a bird feeder, where they will also eat mosquitoes.

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Use Sterifab Anywhere

They call Sterifab the ‘Anywhere, Anytime Agent’ for good reason: You can use it virtually anywhere—as a bactericide, a sanitizer, virucide, insecticide, as well as a deodorizer and fungistatic.

 

Sterifab is the go-to product for thousands of pest control professionals and individuals alike. Available in all 50 states, it’s used daily in places as diverse as hospitals, ambulances, veterinary offices, schools, day care centers, offices, hotels and motels, retail chains, bus lines, retirement homes, college dorms, animal kennels, and more.

 

Of course, you should never, ever use Sterifab on people, animals, clothing, shoes or cooking utensils. But you can use it on practically anything else!

Did You Know?

Sterifab does more than get rid of Mosquitoes! You can also use it to: