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    Homemade Mosquito Repellent with Listerine

    Listerine as a mosquito repellent isn't backed by scientific evidence. There are, however, more effective ways to keep mosquitoes out of your yard.
    • Paula Carroll

      How To Drive Away Mosquitoes Using Mouthwash: Having your household stocked with insect repellent may affect your wallet in a bad way. Natural home remedies, a cheaper alternative, are safe to use, and have proven successful at keeping mosquitoes away. One of the home remedies is mouthwash, which contains eucalyptus, an ingredient in some insect repellents. Furthermore, the Natural Pest Control website claims that the thyme present in some mouthwashes will also drive away mosquitoes.

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      How Does Mouthwash Help Your Dental Health? | Friendly Dentistry in Greensboro,

    • Marsha Marsha

      How to Treat Lice With Listerine | The best way to prevent head lice is old-fashioned Listerine Antiseptic Mouthrinse. We were in the Army 33 years and moved a lot, but my kids never got lice. "Teachers asked me why my children didn't get lice when all the others did. I used to put Listerine on their hair and scalp a week before school started and also put a tablespoon of Listerine in the rinse water when I washed the clothes and sheets. You have to be careful to keep the mouthwash out of eyes

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