#GuardYourYard From the Invading Forces of Summer – DynaTrap Sponsored Post

No matter where you live in the U.S., certain things are just synonymous with summer – hot days, swimming pools, and grilling every chance you get.

When my wife and I purchased our home 3 years ago, the backyard was less than appealing:

Kind of horror show in the making.

Kind of a horror show

Seeing as both the wife and I are people who love to spend time outside, we wanted to have a backyard our son could run around in, and a place I could grill to my heart’s content.

BOOM...like magice

BOOM…like magic

But for all the work we put in making our backyard the fun space we envisioned, we had no idea the biggest challenge to us enjoying time outside was something much smaller.

Unfortunately, living in the Washington DC area, summer is also synonymous with mosquitoes. And not just a few, we’re talking hordes of them. You would think these flying parasites would love to feast on me; growing up on the west coast I never saw or experienced mosquitoes, so I’m untainted. But, instead they prefer to chow down on my fair-skinned wife, and now our son too.

It’s already hard enough prying our son away from electronic devices and TV to go play outside, but even harder when the poor kid is afraid of getting bitten every 10 seconds from something he can’t even see. Try explaining mosquitoes to a 4yo; it’s literally something nightmares are made of.

Sure, we could use chemicals to drive the mosquitoes away, or slather our kid in bug repellent, but that’s not really an option the wife or I entertain. It’s not because we care about those disgusting insects or anything; it’s more because we would rather not add a toxic element to the environment, or to the area where our son plays. We prefer a less harmful option, that’s easy to maintain. Like the DynaTrap Insect Trap.

The DynaTrap Insect Trap is the perfect solution for your outdoor pest needs. DynaTrap is a cutting edge yet simple way to eliminate mosquitoes and other flying insects without the use of chemicals or propane, providing relief from bugs. The DynaTrap offers a 3-way protection plan for insect elimination:

  • UV fluorescent bulbs produce warm light to attract insects to the DynaTrap.
  • An exclusive coating of titanium dioxide (TiO2) inside DynaTrap produces carbon dioxide (CO2), which is irresistible to mosquitoes.
  • Third, the insects are lured to the powerful vacuum fan, where they are collected and trapped into the retaining cage away from the area of usage providing the user safe pest protection and comfortable living quarters.

No chemicals needed, easy clean up, and relief from one of life’s greatest pests. And on top of all that, they have outdoor and indoor models. What more could you ask for?!?

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While the DynaTrap doesn’t make our backyard completely void of insects, when used in conjunction with other natural options, our time outside has been much more enjoyable. All thanks to the DynaTrap 2000XL.

#GuardYourYard this summer with an awesome DynaTrap XL Insect Trap.

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#GuardYourYard the best with the best option out there this summer, DynaTrap.

Make sure to visit these links for more information on DynaTrap products, and ideas on how to #GuardYourYard.

Website: https://www.dynatrap.com/

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Twitter:  https://twitter.com/dynatrap

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Disclosure: I have partnered with Life of Dad and DynaTrap for this promotion.

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3 thoughts on “#GuardYourYard From the Invading Forces of Summer – DynaTrap Sponsored Post

  1. Just found that Bed, Bath and Beyond is a retailer for this and I have a 20% off coupon. Yay me! I’m so sick of mosquitos! Thanks for letting me know it works!

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