Mosquito Repellent Incense Sticks Product Review

These mosquito sticks really repells mosquitoes. I placed them in a container and put them between us while we was outside. They was really easy to lit and they started smoking. The smell was overwhelming. These sticks are really nice to have and you don’t have to use smelly spray to keep mosquitoes.

Product Description
Your search for the Best 100% Natural Mosquito Repellent Outdoor Incense Sticks – Deet Free and Non-toxic ends now!


Keep black flies, mosquitoes, and other biting insects from pestering and ruining your outdoor events. Let these old-fashioned punk sticks help you fight the bite. When lit, the smoke drives away bugs, but isn’t offensive to people so you can enjoy the great outdoors pest-free! It is a 100% natural mosquito repellant which is safe for use around children and pets.

Each 10½” stick burns just shy of an hour; it depends on the wind factor. Wind will reduce the burn time.

When using these sticks, place 4 sticks approx. 10 – 12 feet apart in a general square area from each other. See diagram located in the photos.

Remember that it is best to fight the pesky mosquitos when it gets close to dusk or at dawn. However, you can use these sticks at any time.

If you plan to remain in the area for an extended period, we recommend you place them in pairs in each desired location – lighting one at a time. You can light up the next stick when the time comes.

1. 50 Mosquito Repellant Insects Sticks
2. Instruction Sheet
3. Coupon Code for your future purchase


Keep children and pets away from burning incense sticks. Even if you have blown out the flame touching the sticks may burn.

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