The Effectiveness

December 12, 2017

The Effectiveness

MistAway mosquito misting systems are extremely effective and consistent all season long.  No fade in effectiveness, not affected by foul weather and works all season long automatically.  The system can even be triggered on-demand if there is a surprise problem. It is effective against mosquitoes, gnats, fleas, ticks, spiders, flies and a host of other biting insects.  

With only two or three short automated mists daily a MistAway system "blankets" your property near dawn and dusk with a very fine mist, killing biting insects. The mist finds mosquitoes where they harbor and kills them.  As the sun rises it breaks down the mist, leaving no residue and no mosquitoes.  It triggers itself according to your lifestyle.  The system has several modes including full automatic, remote control only and off.  New for 2017 is the ability to monitor and control it by your smartphone!

When triggered the mist takes a free ride with air currents, often moving one direction then the other.  Even in what appears to be still air, there is plenty of air movement to assist the process.   It kills mosquitoes were they live, in the foliage and in the grass.

The mist is mostly water (about 110 to 1) but has within it your choice of an ALL NATURAL, PART NATURAL or SYNTHETIC insecticide.

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