Looking for long-lasting mosquito repellent that won’t burn a hole in your wallet? In a society where everything is hard-earned and everything is expensive, Filipino households usually only prioritize the necessities in their daily lives. Shelter, food and water are the three basic things a person needs, so imagine having to think of insect repellents while on a tight budget and considering the fact that there have already been Zika virus cases in the country. You’ll definitely want to avoid that, right?
Well, I just discovered this economically friendly mosquito repellent that lasts for more than a month and can help get rid of mosquitoes that carry Zika: Strike Liquid Mosquito Electric Repellent!
Strike Liquid Mosquito Electric Repellent by ATC Healthcare is highly effective in repelling mosquitoes and works in a steady, safe, clean and economical manner. Strike Liquid can provide 40-day protection within a 20-meter area and is super easy to use. You just have to plug it in and it’ll already do its magic sans the smoke, odors and zapping sounds commonly associated with similar mosquito repellents. This means that you can protect your family from mosquitoes and from Zika with it!
If you’re looking for other types of mosquito repellents, ATC Healthcare also has other Strike variants! The Strike Coil Mosquito Repellent, for example, is also very easy to use. Plus, it smells good. Strike Patch for Kids, on the other hand, is perfect for kids. It is made of 100% pure and natural essential oils and lasts for 48 hours. It is also 100% DEET-free.
Strike Mat lasts for 8 hours and can cover a 12-ft area, while the Strike Multi-Insect Killer Spray can kill all insects in an instant in a safe and eco-friendly manner. All of Strike’s variants can instantly help you get rid of mosquitoes without harming the environment, people, pets, plants and furniture. It is proven effective and very affordable compared to other mosquito killing brands! Para iwas dengue at Zika, Strike agad!
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Strike by ATC Healthcare