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Camping Hiking and Backpacking - Tips: Not only are oranges a great snack, but they also serve as a natural mosquito repellant. Just keep the peels in a plastic bag after you eat the orange and then use them to rub on your skin as the sun begins to go down. It is a cheap and effective way to keep the mosquitoes at bay. - See more tips and gear at http://www.thecampingzone.com/i85u

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Natural tick deterrent. .. Create a citrus based repellant.Ticks avoid citrus, which makes it an effective weapon. To make: Boil 2 cups of water, and add two chopped lemons, limes, oranges, or grapefruit—–alone or in combination. Let it boil for a minute or so, then simmer the concoction for an hour. Strain the fruit out, let it cool, pour into the sprayer, and squirt it on you, your kids, your pets, your yard—–anywhere ticks might like to go.Other natural repellents use geranium, lavender…

Wasp killer - Keep seeing wasps in the backyard and they're getting in the house so I'm trying this, hopefully it works.