Ceramic Mosquito Repellent Diffuser

By Skeeter Screen

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Hang or place this egg-shaped mosquito repellent diffuser in your outdoor space to naturally protect against pests. When it is filled with its signature DEET-free repellent made from lemongrass oil and geraniol, it will ward off mosquitoes and other bugs up to around 200 square feet—the perfect amount of protection for decks, patios, and porches.

  • Made in the USA: Garland, TX
  • Materials: Bug Repellent Ingredients: Geraniol, lemongrass oil; Diffuser: Ceramic, fiber netting
  • Includes one 4 oz. bottle of bug repelling oil, one ceramic egg, one 25 ml. measuring cup, plant fiber netting for optional hanging
  • Instructions: Measure 25 ml. of oil with the included measuring cup. Pour the oil into the ceramic diffuser through the hole in the top. Do not add more than 25 ml. at a time and do not add additional oil more often than every two weeks
  • DEET-free formula deters mosquitoes, flies, gnats, no-see-ums, fleas, and ticks
  • Ceramic design can be placed on a flat surface like a table or deck railing, or it can be suspended by the netting
  • Included oil will last for up to four months of continuous diffusion
  • Covers up to 200 square feet
  • Can be used in semi-enclosed areas such as patios, tents, garages, gardening sheds, and greenhouses
  • Please note: The color of the diffuser may darken over time as the oil is absorbed into the ceramic. Do not place directly on painted, varnished, wooden, or plastic surfaces. Keep away from children and pets
  • Dimensions: With netting: 4" x 12" x 5"; Without netting: 4" x 6" x 5"
  • Weight: 0.94 lb.

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6 Reviews (3.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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Really helped!


We loved this and just ordered 2 more. One for garage and one for front door area. Mosquitos are such a problem here and it was like they were waiting for my husband to come home to attack. The last couple years we had the professionally spray. Saw and decided to try this because he hates having to use bug spray just to sit out for 20 min on patio in eve or ride stationary bike. Made all the difference. Still see one or two around, it’s not magic, but he did notice big difference. Still see few in house but many ways to get in so covering other door areas with them.More > < Less


Love it!!!


The ceramic mosquito repellent diffuser really works! I was a skeptic but the proof is in the NO MOSQUITO'S. I ordered two so I will give one to my girlfriend. These are wonderful!More > < Less


Mosquito's Gone


I have tried so many different mosquito repellent devices and none till now have worked consistently. I put this on our deck which is covered and haven't noticed a mosquito since. It has been over two weeks and still working on the first fill. It is so wonderful to sit on the deck without mosquito's. You all have created a fabulous product. I am very happy!More > < Less


Still not convinced.


I love the oil and the smell, but not convinced that it is repelling the mosquitos. I still have one land on me from time to time while I am sitting outside near it and I have it hanging right in front of my door and still find mosquitoes in my house. But I will keep using it. It has to be helping somewhat.More > < Less


Unable to Hang


The macrame surrounding the egg fell apart in a few short weeks. I found this to be very disappointing.

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About Skeeter Screen

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The Skeeter Screen mosquito repellent diffuser keeps pests at bay in a decorative and (optional) hanging design. It’s powered by DEET-free repellent made in Texas by the Stuart family, who have been working with fragrances for decades.

We really like that the diffuser can sit or hang anywhere you want to boost pest protection. The Stuarts also created a biodegradable, extra-large incense stick that uses the same repellent formula. Stick one in a flower pot or right into the yard. Both measures of protection cover about 200 square feet and are powered by a formula of lemongrass and geraniol oil—which is derived from geraniums—to fight bugs. We appreciate this great smelling and eye-catching natural approach.