Plant pots made to kill mosquitos are decorated with tiny little dead mosquitos

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Plant pots made to kill mosquitos are decorated with tiny little dead mosquitos


This mosquito repellent is definitely unlike any other.

Ad agency TBWA and insurance agency Manulife have dubbed this plant pot the “life-saving pot,” and they claim that it’s the first that doubles as a mosquito repellent.

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The pots are coated in paint that contains permethrin, a non-toxic insecticide that repels mosquitoes.

Each pot is hand-painted and fired up at a wood-fire brick kiln. Once the pots have cooled, they are layered with two coats of the repellent paint.

The paint repels up to 80% of mosquitoes, including the Aedes mosquito which carries both the Zika virus and dengue, according to the ad agency and insurance agency who conceptualised the idea. …

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