Mosquito Net is a synthetic netting material that is used to protect people from mosquito and other insect bites. It is made of a lightweight, porous polyester fabric that is treated with a chemical to repel mosquitoes and other insects. The chemical is usually a pyrethroid, which is a naturally occurring insecticide derived from chrysanthemum flowers.
Mosquito Net is a popular choice for mosquito control because it is easy to install, lightweight, and inexpensive. It can be hung from ceilings or walls, stretched across doorways, or laid over beds or cots. It is also highly effective in preventing mosquito bites, as the tiny pores in the fabric are too small for mosquitoes to penetrate. In addition to its effectiveness in preventing mosquito bites, Mosquito Net has many other benefits. It is highly durable and can last for many years if properly cared for. It is also flame retardant, meaning it will not catch fire easily. Additionally, it is easy to clean and maintain, as it can be simply wiped down with a damp cloth. In recent years, Mosquito Net has become increasingly popular as a way to reduce the risk of mosquito–borne diseases. Mosquito–borne