Learn how to build effective homemade mosquito traps in our website. Turn a couple of household items into a trap that will keep all the mosquitoes away from you.

Mosquitoes are a serious threat for all the human beings. Did you know that they are the animal that cause most deaths in the whole world? It is not because of the itch that you feel when they sting you. This is because they are the most dangerous animal when it comes to spread diseases, not even the rats or roaches can compare to these flying creatures.

It is important that everyone learns or knows at least how to make good homemade mosquito traps. These traps will allow you to enjoy of a good time on the outside, protect your pets and children and keep them away while so you can catch a good night of sleep.

Materials to Make Homemade Mosquito Traps

homemade-mosquito-trapsHere is the list of the materials you are going to need. The dark cloth is entirely optional. You can replace it with thick paper or just place the mosquito trap in a dark corner.

  1. A plastic bottle, the larger the better.
  2. Scissors, or anything sharp to cut the bottle.
  3. Brown Sugar.
  4. Water.
  5. Yeast.
  6. A piece of dark cloth.

The first thing you need to do is to cut the plastic bottle, we recommend a 2 liter bottle, in half. Then pour warm water in the bottom half of the bottle and dissolve 2 tablespoons of brown sugar inside. After that, you need to add 2 teaspoons of yeast to the sugary water.

Finally turn the opened upper half of the bottle around and place it on the bottom half. If you want more effective results, we suggest you to cover your homemade mosquito traps with a dark cloth or place the trap in a dark corner.

The mixture between the sugar and the yeast will create a smell to attract the mosquitoes to the trap. Once they get inside through the small neck of the bottle they can’t possibly go out. They will be entirely trapped inside.

If your problem with these insects is large. It would be a good idea to place several of your homemade mosquito traps around the house. Maybe one of each corner of your room while you sleep or a couple close to the window so they don’t even enter to your house.