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Although harmless, insects can be responsible for epidemics. Dengue, zika, and chikungunya are just some of the diseases transmitted by insects.
We know there are many ways of getting rid of them, and they are super cheap and easy.
You don’t need insecticides or chemical products to avoid insects at home, and the recipe we will show you now proves it.
If you want to drive insects away from your home but still keep your family safe, why not make a homemade citronella repellent?
Citronella is similar to lemongrass, but its strong scent is what sets it apart. With antibacterial, antifungal, antiseptic, and repellent properties, this plant repels any insect.
See how to finally get rid of spiders, cockroaches, ants, mosquitos, and flies at home!
Besides this recipe, there are some tips to help you keep insects away from your house: The smoke and smell of incenses and candles made with plants or essential oils are helpful against insects.
Citronella, lemon, lavender, and citrus fruits are the smells that inhibit flies, mosquitoes, and many other bugs.
You can also make a natural orange candle, as we already taught you on the channel.
So, what do you think of this recipe? Did you know this homemade bug spray?
Try it and share your opinion with us.
0:00 How to Get Rid of Insects in Your Home
0:39 What Is Citronella?
0:56 DIY Insect Repellent Recipe
2:02 Tips to Keep Bugs Away
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