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Stay Alert This Rainy Season: Fight Zika and Dengue

As a mom, I want to make sure that my kids are protected. May it be from bad people, bad environment, situations to the smallest of things such as illnesses and insects. Last year, 2016, I was so alarmed to find out that Zika and Dengue are still so dangerous and there’s nothing we can do about it but make sure we are protected. I was in search for the perfect mosquito spray after reading so much about Zika and Dengue. I didn’t know what to do, all I know is that I need to protect my children from mosquitoes so they wouldn’t catch Zika and Dengue!

A friend introduced me to Strike Mosquito Killer Spray, and I found out several things that shocked me and I must say these things probably did the magic.

1. Being it water-based, I feel like it’s safer for me and everyone in our house including animals. It doesn’t stick to furniture or stain anything inside the house or room.

2. I was expecting for it to smell like the usual mosquito repellents but it smelled different. It is actually fragrant! So it’s real when they said it has a “carnation” scent in it.

3. It’s fast acting and very long lasting. I didn’t need to spray several times just to keep the mosquitoes away. I just needed to spray once and everything was taken cared of (which is totally good!)

Now, I can easily get rid of mosquitoes HASSLE-FREE! I can’t wait for you guys to try it as well.

It is built in such a scientific way wherein the contents get emitted in UNIFORM quantity and amounts of all components, particles and ingredients come out fully CONCENTRATED which disperses quickly but stays in the area for a longer time. Compared to other insecticides, Strike Mosquito Killer Spray has a remarkable canister that allows maximum usage of contents while other brands may have faulty canisters and spray spouts that no longer spray with good quality as time goes by, this one gives a fine flow until the last drop with 99% atomization or fine mist in every spray!

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