Bug Spray For Just 50 Cents (or less)

Ahhhh….summertime. The days are longer. The nights are warmer. Family vacations are in full swing and pools across America are filled with little boys in saggy trunks and little girls in frilly suits. It’s also the time when mosquitos rule the skies and wage war against anyone willing to show a little skin around dusk. So what do you do to combat such predators? Buy bug repellent, of course. Unfortunately though a number of commercial bug sprays contain DEET, a known toxic chemical. But what would you say if we told you how to avoid the mosquitos, rid yourself of toxins, and spend less than fifty cents per bottle? By now, you’re asking yourself, what does this have to do with tiny houses? Isn’t Tiny r(E)volution about tiny houses? Sure it is. Tiny r(E)volution was based (and continues on) on some very strong principles, three of which are: All-natural healthcare Space conservation Responsible budgeting The TerraShield bug spray adheres to all three. Every year, approximately one-third of the U.S. population uses insect repellents containing DEET to ward off mosquitoes and other pests. At present, DEET is used in more than 230 products with concentrations up to 100 percent. However, DEET should be used with caution. When you spray DEET on your skin, it is absorbed through your skin, entering the bloodstream. It is then pumped through your nervous system and has been...

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