Our impregnated mosquito nets provide optimum protection against insects and other arthropods. Stinging insects do not only disrupt a good night's sleep but can also transmit various diseases such as malaria, yellow fever and dengue fever. We recommend an impregnated bed net for long-distance trips to areas with a malaria risk. Malaria mosquitoes (Anopheles species) are mostly active between sunset and sunrise. We recommend you hang up the impregnated net preferably before sunset in a well-ventilated area.
Care Plus mosquito nets are manufactured entirely in line with the guidelines issued by the World Health Organization (WHO). This means that all impregnated mosquito nets are manufactured with a mesh size of 156 holes per square inch (2.54 cm), a fibre thickness of 75 denier, and a quadrilateral, material-saving rhombus mesh pattern.
Impregnation ensures that mosquitoes (including malaria mosquitoes) do not land on the net or bite through it. Thanks to our sustainable Durallin® technology, the contact insecticide Permethrin adheres to the mosquito net . Despite the minimal impregnation dosage, we guarantee optimum protection against mosquitoes. The long-lasting impregnation remains effective up to 3 years. We recommend that you use impregnated nets in a well-ventilated area and wash your hands after contact. Keep impregnated nets out of reach of children. The availability of impregnated mosquito nets depends on local biocide regulations.
Our nets are made from durable polyester fibre. All Durallin® impregnated bed nets and bug sheets can be washed by hand 20 x at 30 °C without losing their effectiveness. Preferably use a chlorine-free washing detergent. Always store the net in its accompanying bag in a dark place. Keep impregnated nets out of reach of children. Tip! Take the environment into consideration if you wish to throw away an impregnated net. Consult your local authority to find a nearby collection point for chemical waste.