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Old 10-02-2012, 08:42 PM   #15
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The Bounce fabric sheets really work. Living in North Texas, I too am a mosquito magnet. The sheets work great. I tied one to my outside chair and have been able to enjoy the evenings outdoors. You can also rub one over your exposed skin or put in your pocket and enjoy evening walks.
Does it have to be the regular scent Bounce, or will Bounce Free work?
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I have always used regular Bounce, have never tried the fragrance free so I really can't say. I have tried other fabric sheets but Bounce works the best.
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Rumors around here is that this WNV story is a plant in a attempt to slow the alien invasion into the Republic from all directions, ie North and South.
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Rumors around here is that this WNV story is a plant in a attempt to slow the alien invasion into the Republic from all directions, ie North and South.
Dont go there
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I work for the State Health Dept. and I can assure you that West Nile shouldn't be a reason to avoid Texas as your winter destination. West Nile has been around for many years and has been prevalent in the Houston area for quite some time. Cooler weather is settling in here and the mosquito populations will be diminishing over the next few months. In the mean time remember the four "d's."
1. Drain any standing water.
2. Use insect repellent that contains DEET.
3. Limit outdoor activities at Dawn and Dusk when Mosquitos are prevalent.
4. Dress in long sleeves and pants to minimize exposed skin.
For more information please visit the Texas Department of State Health Services website at: www.dshs.state.tx.us and click on the "West Nile" link.

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Rumors around here is that this WNV story is a plant in a attempt to slow the alien invasion into the Republic from all directions, ie North and South.
Little green people from outer space live in fear of mosquitos, too?
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