This net was designed to help you sleep soundly by shielding you from mosquitoes with its fine mesh. Its dome-shaped design improves your bedroom decor instantly.
This net’s bell-shaped design is elegant and different from the regular rectangular designs. At the widest point, it measures 36 feet in diameter, making it spacious enough to sit upright. It has a fine mesh that guarantees optimal airflow and comes in size big enough to cover up to four different bed sizes.
With 300 holes per square inch, this net strikes a perfect balance between protection and optimal airflow. It protects against the tiniest mosquitoes and bugs for a sound sleep.
The net measures 500 x 500 x 100 inches and includes a bag that eases storage problems. It also includes an inner loop that allows you to hang a lamp for better in-net illumination and aesthetics. Its tiny holes do not affect air circulation as they are large enough to allow the free flow of air. You can pair it with cribs and king-sized beds effortlessly.
This option is ideal for people that want a net that installs easily. Users can opt to install it by hanging it from the ceiling with the included installation kit or hanging it from the four corners of the bed.
The net is made from finely crafted polyester fabric and has 256 holes per square inch. It measures 86.6 x 78.7 x 98.4 inches and can adequately cover full beds, queen beds, and king beds.
Due to the quality of material used, this net is resistant to wear and tear like no other. Its lightweight makes installation a walk in the park, while the soft fabric guarantees optimal breathability.
Measuring 78 x 85 x 98 inches in dimensions, the net is made of high-quality scratch-resistant polyester fabric that will stand the test of time. With the four hooks and anchors included, you have all you need to get it installed.
This mosquito net keeps mosquitoes away and positively alters your bedroom’s appearance with the array of color options available. It is a good option for indoor and outdoor use.
Measuring 82.68 x 74.8 x 94.49 inches in dimensions, this net is made of polyester and has 18 to 20 holes per inch area. With a bit of adjustment, it can cover full beds, queen beds, and king beds.
This net protects you from mosquito bites around your head and face. It also protects against the deafening buzz sound they make when they get too close.
This net will fit most people and is useful for warding off other bothersome insects besides mosquitoes. It is made of nylon, and the elasticized neck ensures it fits snugly without needing to be adjusted frequently.
Considering their tiny size, it is hard to believe how much damage mosquitoes cause. Mosquitoes are vectors of diseases like dengue fever, West Nile virus, and malaria, which affect thousands of people every year. Therefore, using mosquito nets to prevent the disease vector from biting you is the best way to keep yourself protected. Buying mosquito nets requires crucial considerations to ensure you’re getting only the best.
First, you should consider the net’s design because it determines how you set it up. There are options like self-supporting nets, bell nets, box nets, and mosquito head nets. Self-supporting nets have flexible hoops or wands to make a stiff structure that suspends the net like a tent. Bell nets look like bells. They have one suspension point above that allows the net to spread and drape around the bed. Box nets are quite common; they are four-cornered nets suspended from the four corners of the bed. Head nets are stop-gap nets draped over the head to protect the head and face. When looking at the net’s design, you have to consider your needs: are you a traveler that needs to carry the net around often? Or do you prefer a net that you can set up permanently?
You should also look at the material the net is made of. Nylon, polyester, and cotton are the three most common materials used to make cotton nets. Mosquito nets made of cotton have hairy threads that block insects effectively. They are also resistant to UV rays. Nets made of nylon and polyester are gaining traction because of their high tear strengths and resistance to humid conditions.
You should also not forget to consider the mesh size. Usually, mosquito nets are expected to have holes too small for a mosquito to penetrate. A bigger mesh size means more ventilation and a better chance for mosquitoes to make their way in. Therefore, you need to find a midpoint between comfort and blocking out insects.
Finally, you should consider whether the net is treated or not. With an untreated mosquito net, you are trusting the mesh size to be adequate to keep the mosquitoes away. However, some mosquito nets are treated with insecticides that kill mosquitoes and bugs on contact. You have to be careful with such nets, as prolonged exposure to insecticides can be harmful. Always follow the directions indicated on the label.
A: Although mosquito nets are inexpensive, you have to take care of them to ensure they last longer and that you get your money’s worth. If the net is pretreated, you should dry it under a shade before your first use to avoid suffocation and skin irritation. Also, as you continue to use it, you should wash the net. Washing the net is important because accumulated dust can make sleeping inside the net unbearable. You can use cold water and mild detergent to machine wash the net or hand wash with cold water. Spin-drying and hot washing are not recommended because they can damage the net.
A: Yes, mosquito nets are necessary. Their usefulness is not restricted to keeping mosquitoes away, as they also ward off other tiny insects trying to make a meal out of your blood or cause irritation while you sleep. It is even more crucial to have a mosquito net if you have accommodation without air conditioning or adequate screening. In addition to that, they can be used decoratively.
A: Depending on the quality of the material and how well you maintain it, an average mosquito net should last at least six months. Well-made and well-maintained nets could last up to three years, even with regular use.