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Old 04-26-2011, 07:32 PM
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Originally Posted by mrfixit View Post
Going hiking in the woods?... spray yourself with common white vinegar ( 2 bucks a gallon at Wal-Mart ) NO bites ....and ...the smell disappears in 5 or so hours. No need for toxic chemical sprays.
No need for toxic chemical sprays, that sounds excellent to me. I'm going to try this solution. We have scads of mosquitos in Canada at this time of year, so I'll really be putting the vinegar to the test. A few years ago I heard that "skin so soft" by Avon would keep mosquitos away. Or a bouncy dryer sheet. But neither worked for me.

I'm definitely trying the magic mosquito vinegar repellent.
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