Is it true that if I turn the AIR can upside-down and spray cold air will come out?
Yes, it’s true. AIR can be used to remove chewing gum from a variety of surfaces.
You can do this by turning the can upside-down and using the product’s freezing action.
Just spray directly onto the gum until it hardens to remove it easily.
Should I shake the AIR spray bottle before use?
No, because the gases in the spray can will mix and the air will no longer come out.
Can I use BRUSH to clean the insect screen net?
Yes, BRUSH is a natural beech brush and its bristles are specifically designed to clean the mesh without ruining it.
Can I spray CLEANER onto the frame as well?
Yes, but you need to wipe it off with the specially provided microfibre cloth, which will not leave any unwanted streaks behind.
Is it true that it’s better if I use PROTECTION at sunset?
Yes, because this way its repellent action will last the whole night. This plant has proved to repel insects with its pungent scent; it literally confuses mosquitoes, which lose control
and fly away as soon as they smell it.
Did you know that PROTECTION should be used even in winter?
Diffusing citronella essential oil helps prevent viral and bacterial infections; this is why it is recommended even in winter - and not only against mosquitoes in summer!
Did you know that mosquitoes are the world’s deadliest animals to humankind?
The deadliest animals are not sharks, lions or poisonous snakes, but mosquitoes. Did you know that? Over 700 thousand people
die from malaria each year. And mosquitoes are the primary transmitters of malarial parasites.
Although it hardly seems to exist in developed countries, this disease affects the poorest areas of our planet.
Have we ever told you about gnatcatchers?
Sounds like some sort of a gnat trap, but it’s actually a small bird (there are some twenty species in its family, to be precise) with two very interesting characteristics. The first of them is that it's really pretty. The second… well, the name says it all:
it helps us keep gnats - and mosquitoes - away!
But wait - before you fill your garden with bread crumbs, you should know that they are found in North, Central, and South America.
So as we wait to see them hop and jump on our European balconies as well… we’d better use some insect screens!