If you have a spare $400 or so, and a home in the suburbs where the sun shines most often, there’s an online space you can turn to for a DIY indoor mosquito trap.
What you need to know about indoor mosquito trapsWhat is an indoor mosquito?
An indoor mosquito can be a small insect or larger animal, such as a rodent, but it doesn’t have to be.
It’s more like a mosquito trap that looks like a house, with a mesh net hanging from the ceiling, and can be set up in a variety of different locations.
It’s designed to catch mosquitoes that are found in areas with little or no human activity.
It can be put in front of windows, under the hood of a car, under a bed or under a desk.
The term “indoor” comes from the fact that indoor mosquito control is most effective when you’re outside.
In most cases, indoor mosquito coils are used as a repellent and to trap large insects such as mosquitoes.
The coils can also be placed in walls, floors and ceilings to attract mosquitoes.
Some people may find it hard to find an indoor insect trap, especially if they live in the city.
They may be tempted to purchase one online or to buy a box full of traps.
But they shouldn’t.
You’ll need:An indoor air conditioner to keep it cool, such a humidifier or ventilatorIf you want to learn how to set up your trap, here are a few resources to get you started:For more indoor mosquito prevention information, you can read more about how to make a mosquito control kit and how to get your indoor mosquito in your home.
If you have any questions about indoor mosquitoes, check out our guide to indoor mosquito research and prevention.