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NATURAL GNAT KILLER Apple cider vinegar + water + dish soap. This works! You can mix a smaller amount since gnats are so small and put in a very small container.

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DIY All-Natural, Non-Toxic Bug Spray Using Essential Oils

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ward off those mosquitos and gnats during the warm season. 1/4 cup lemon juice 15 drops of lavender oil 3-4 tbsp of vanilla extract Shake in a 16 oz bottle with water and spray away to keep those nasty critters off your skin, naturally! Natural Bug Repellent | The Om Flow

"LISTERINE!! any color/flavor. Pour it in, full strength in good sturdy spray bottle. Spray around your tent site & picnic table or patio & lawn chairs. (I mean saturate the ground and you can spray a little on things that you don't mind getting the mist in). You will be amazed! No Mosquitoes, no no-see-ems/gnats. You will have to repeat after rain or if animals stir up the dirt a lot. This is safe for kids, dogs and it doesn't have the stickiness or chemical smell."

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von Budget101.com

Gnat, Fly and Mosquito Repellent

Gnat Fly Mosquito Repellent: 2 tablespoons vanilla extract (not the fake stuff) 2 cups water Combine ingredients in a small spray/ spritz bottle, shake well to combine. To use, apply liberally, avoiding the eyes. This blend works well on Horses and dogs too.

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DIY Organic Repellant: How to Keep Bugs Out of Your House and Off Your Skin This Summer | ecogreenlove

DIY Organic Repellant: How to Keep Bugs Out of Your House and Off Your Skin This Summer | ecogreenlove

Essential Dreamers: How to Repel Gnats Naturally.... find out more at www.essentialdreamers.com

Keep the flies away....and smell super clean at the same time

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Mosquito Repellent Plants: 7 Plants That Repel Mosquitoes & Bugs

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How to get rid of gnats!! Get an old container of some sort. Pour apple cider vinegar inside. Place plastic wrap over the top and secure it with a rubber band. Poke holes in the plastic wrap (I use a toothpick) & that's it! The bugs will fly into it & die. This works so well!!!