Total 84 fire hours (7 hours per block)
- Suitable for indoor use
If mosquitoes or insects have already slipped in, the "Get rid of those mosquitoes" scented candle also offers relief. The scented candle is completely vegetable and toxin-free, making it safe to use in the home as well.
- Pleasant, fresh and not overpowering smell like citronella
Eucalyptus Citriodora has a fresh, lemony scent without being overpowering.
- Citronella not proven effective against mosquitoes and insects
Citronella, from which most insect repellent scented candles are made, is derived from various grasses and, despite popular use, has never been scientifically proven as a pest control agent. Eucalytpus Citriodora, however, has been scientifically proven.
"Citriodora (Citriodiol) is the only approved insect repellent with a natural origin. Citriodora (Citriodiol) should not be confused with citronella, a natural essential oil extracted from a number of Asian grasses. Because the efficacy of citronella has not been sufficiently demonstrated [...]
- source whatzitwatin / national government
How do I use the "Get rid of those mosquitoes" wax melts?
To heat wax melts you need an aroma or fragrance burner.
- Place the Fragrantly fragrance/aroma burner on a flat, heat-resistant surface
- Place one "Get rid of those mosquitoes" wax cube at the top of the fragrance burner.
- Use a plant-based tea light and place in the available space under the wax cube.
- Light the tea light.
To prevent mosquitoes, insects or ticks, it is best to light the wax melts in the late afternoon. Each wax cube will burn for a total of 6-7 hours. The longer you heat the wax melts, the longer you will keep mosquitoes and insects away.
Why does "Get rid of those mosquitoes" work better than citronella alternatives?
Because of the natural component para-menthane-3,8-diol (PMD) found in the Eucalyptus Citriodora tree and in the "Get rid of those mosquitoes" scented cubes, mosquitoes really do stay away. Insects do not like this natural oil because it irritates them. Furthermore, the "Get rid of those mosquitoes" wax melts mask human odors resulting in mosquitoes/insects staying away.
Is "Get rid of those mosquitoes" safe to use?
"Get rid of those mosquitoes" is a wax melt made on a vegetable basis and not intended for consumption or or body use.
You should follow the instruction on the bottom of the can. When you use "Get rid of those mosquitoes" according to instruction, it is safe for both children and adults.
In infants under 3 months of age, when using anti-insect product with citriodora, laryngeal spasm (laryngospasm) may occur due to the odor. As a result, sudden breathlessness may occur. Therefore, do not use antiinsect product with Citriodora (citriodiol) in babies under 3 months.
- Care measures
"Get rid of those mosquitoes" is a vegetable-based wax melt and not intended for consumption or or body use.You should follow the instruction on the bottom of the can. When you use "Get rid of those mosquitoes" according to instruction, it is safe for both children and adults.
- Allergy information
Some people are allergic to citriodiol. They react to citriodiol or possibly other substances in a product and get rashes, itching, bumps or irritated mucous membranes and have a so-called contact allergy . It is better to use a product without citriodiol.
"Get rid of those mosquitoes" is plant-based, but may be harmful to aquatic organisms