Mosquitos can make your outdoor spaces unpleasant all summer long. If these pests are keeping you from enjoying your yard, pool or patio, consider picking up a MosquitoNix® On the Go Portable Misting System. Now available at your local Costco, these effective units are easy to take with you on the go. The compact design is sleek and stylish, and it’s easy to set out for quick and easy spraying when you want to keep mosquitos away. It’s the perfect solution for decks, patios and small backyards or pool areas. Business owners may also want to incorporate these for outdoor areas like café patios or beer gardens. And with this new Costco partnership, it’s easier than ever to get one for yourself.
Your yard isn’t the only place where you may want to use the MosquitoNix On the Go Portable Misting System. Stop by Costco on the way to your next camping trip to enjoy a mosquito-free camp site. This MosquitoNix product is also a great way to keep the bugs away while you’re out on the hunting or fishing trip, traveling to campsites in your RV or even just going for a picnic at the local park. Because it’s so compact and lightweight and is completely operated via AA batteries, it’s easy to travel with to make any space more comfortable.
Order this product from Costco today to start enjoying mosquito-free zones as soon as possible. In addition to the mister, you’ll get a remote control for easy operation, three insecticide canister refills and an instruction manual for easy setup. Say goodbye to red, itchy mosquito bites and say hello to a summer full of outdoor fun with the MosquitoNix On the Go Portable Misting System, now conveniently available at your local Costco. Products may be ordered online and shipped to your home or picked up in stores (call your local store for availability details).
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The World Health Organization (WHO) ranks mosquitoes as one of earth's deadliest animals, thanks to their ability to spread disease. These diseases include Zika, the West Nile virus, Chikungunya, dengue, yellow fever and malaria. Malaria alone killed nearly 450,000 people in 2016, mainly young children and babies in sub-Saharan Africa.