The Advocate Magazine
June 28, 2012Beautiful Bug Busters
Who doesn’t enjoy sitting on the porch on a mild summer evening? Anyone
whose sweet skin is tasty to mosquitos, that’s who. Even if you can get
past the heat (shade and misters usually will do the trick), the bugs
often prove too much to handle. And aside from heat and flying creepies,
nothing spoils an al fresco dinner party more than the scent and stick
of bug spray. Eww. Fortunately a Forest Hills family possessing
long-proven olfactory prowess came up with the perfect solution in their
Skeeter Screen line of mildly scented pest deterrents. Read Full Article Here...
August 16, 2012Over Easy
This year, mosquitoes are proving to be more than just a nuisance. And while the city deliberates its next course of action in the war against the insects, let us introduce to your anti-mosquito arsenal a defense far better than the garden-variety citronella candle. It’s the Skeeter Screen Patio Egg and, fittingly, it was hatched right in our own backyard: North Dallas. Read Full Article Here...
Dallas Morning News
April 4, 2012Mosquitoes Beware, There's A New Repellent In Town
Mosquitoes already are buzzing around the garden, and it won’t be
long before the pests will be out in numbers. Some believe the mild
winter will contribute to an early and increased mosquito population.
biological, chemical and mechanical products are available for
repelling mosquitoes, flies, no-see-ums (tiny, hard-to-see biting flies)
and other airborne nuisances. There are sprays, citrus-scented candles,
smoldering coils, wicks, foggers, bug-zapping lights and others.
Scent Shop has offered Skeeter Screen repellent oil for about five
years, first as a personal spray. It has other Skeeter Screen products
for home use, such as a reed diffuser. Read Full Article Here...