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Jet.com also has Burgess Propane Insect Fogger (1443) on sale for $44.09. New customers may save an additional 15% w/ code 15NOW. Shipping is free. Thanks johnny_miller

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Amazon.com has Burgess Propane Insect Fogger (1443) on sale for $44.09Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more. 

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I got one during a really bad year for mosquitoes. It's now been about 5 years since I've had to use it but this is what I remember. It works like a steamer. The temperature has to get right spot and then the fog will start to come out. The fog is really dense and will cling to the ground unless there is wind. If there is wind you're going to have problem like they did in WWI with the mustard gas. One time I was laying it down real heavy and it was just sitting there like pea soup on the ground. Then the wind picked up and the next thing I knew I had a cloud extending out about 100 yards into the open space behind my house. People saw it coming and ran away. I was a little worried someone was going to 911 seeing as how I released a small poisonous cloud in my city. So in hind site it probably works the best on a ranch or farm or some place really big. If you're going to use it in a yard you really got to play the wind. Like start in one corner of a yard then let the fog creep across. Oh and it did work to keep mosquitoes away but only for a few days. Mine also broke the first year but I was able to buy a repair kit.
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This is true. Also, mosquitoes bring viruses and disease. Choose wisely.
From mosquitos too! Going to be a trade-off this year with Zika going around.
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I'm tempted, but would love to hear more real world experience.
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Great Deal!

Beware that the price of Insecticide on Amazon has been raised!
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I needed this. Thanks!
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Great Deal!

Beware that the price of Insecticide on Amazon has been raised!
Go to Walmart or Lowes and it's less than $10, just picked this up via Jet.com and used the new customer 15% off.
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I'm tempted, but would love to hear more real world experience.
I got one during a really bad year for mosquitoes. It's now been about 5 years since I've had to use it but this is what I remember. It works like a steamer. The temperature has to get right spot and then the fog will start to come out. The fog is really dense and will cling to the ground unless there is wind. If there is wind you're going to have problem like they did in WWI with the mustard gas. One time I was laying it down real heavy and it was just sitting there like pea soup on the ground. Then the wind picked up and the next thing I knew I had a cloud extending out about 100 yards into the open space behind my house. People saw it coming and ran away. I was a little worried someone was going to 911 seeing as how I released a small poisonous cloud in my city. So in hind site it probably works the best on a ranch or farm or some place really big. If you're going to use it in a yard you really got to play the wind. Like start in one corner of a yard then let the fog creep across. Oh and it did work to keep mosquitoes away but only for a few days. Mine also broke the first year but I was able to buy a repair kit.
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Quote from DMBWings29 View Post :
I'm tempted, but would love to hear more real world experience.
the only problem is when it is windy. other than that, it was easy to use
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I got one during a really bad year for mosquitoes. It's now been about 5 years since I've had to use it but this is what I remember. It works like a steamer. The temperature has to get right spot and then the fog will start to come out. The fog is really dense and will cling to the ground unless there is wind. If there is wind you're going to have problem like they did in WWI with the mustard gas. One time I was laying it down real heavy and it was just sitting there like pea soup on the ground. Then the wind picked up and the next thing I knew I had a cloud extending out about 100 yards into the open space behind my house. People saw it coming and ran away. I was a little worried someone was going to 911 seeing as how I released a small poisonous cloud in my city. So in hind site it probably works the best on a ranch or farm or some place really big. If you're going to use it in a yard you really got to play the wind. Like start in one corner of a yard then let the fog creep across. Oh and it did work to keep mosquitoes away but only for a few days. Mine also broke the first year but I was able to buy a repair kit.
Not sure if I really need this device, but I thought your summary was great. Excellent real-world testimony of usage! Would certainly make me think more carefully before pulling the trigger...
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Got one. My yard backs up against woods and we have a horrible mosquito problem, and citronella doesn't have any effect at all on them. It's time to reclaim our back yard!
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Lots of neurological diseases and cancer are brought on from pesticides. This is proven, not some "tree hugging BS."
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Protip: If you're spraying a smaller yard and don't want to use the big container that attaches to it, a small mason jar screws into the feeder fine so you can use smaller amounts of insecticide without have to futz with the leftovers.
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Lots of neurological diseases and cancer are brought on from pesticides. This is proven, not some "tree hugging BS."
This is true. Also, mosquitoes bring viruses and disease. Choose wisely.
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Lots of neurological diseases and cancer are brought on from pesticides. This is proven, not some "tree hugging BS."
From mosquitos too! Going to be a trade-off this year with Zika going around.
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