Thermacell Patio Shield Mosquito Repeller – Best Tharmacell

Friends, family, and neighbors will love getting together on a patio or deck without the annoyance of biting mosquitoes, and they won’t even notice that Thermacell Patio Shield Mosquito Repeller is at work keeping the bugs away. While both festive and decorative in glacial blue, the Patio Shield Mosquito Repeller blends into your surroundings

It creates a 15-foot mosquito-free zone without DEET spray, smoky candles, open flames, unpleasant smells, or expensive professional treatments. Ready to protect for 12 straight hours, the highly effective repeller comes with three repellent mats and one fuel cartridge, all of which fit together in a cordless, compact, and lightweight unit that blends beautifully with your tabletop, flowers, greenery, and glassware. From Thermacell, the expert in area mosquito protection, Glacial Blue Patio Shield is simple and clean to use, keeps mosquitoes away without spray, and creates a powerful invisible barrier against mosquitoes

Mosquito repeller that effectively repels mosquitoes by creating a 15-foot zone of protection. Compact, easy to use, and stylish. Ideal for any patio, or deck. Keeps pesky mosquitoes from biting and bothering guests. No spray, no mess, scent-free, Deet-free. Features integrated mat storage.

Thermacell Patio Shield Mosquito Repeller Features:

No spray and no mess. Scent-free and DEET-free.

Same proven Thermacell fuel-powered technology.

Ideal for use while entertaining.

No open flame, no smoky candles.

Includes integrated mat storage.

Package contains: 1 Greenery Patio Shield Repeller.

Active ingredient: D-cis/trans allethrin.             

Thermacell Patio Shield Mosquito Repeller with All criteria


Mosquito protection you don’t spray on

No open flame, smoky or smelly candles

Odour and DEET free

Compact, stylish, designed for use on any patio or deck

Cordless, portable and lightweight


Includes: (3) repellent mats and butane cartridge


Brick-and-mortar stores will be a little more expensive

Thermacell Patio Shield Mosquito Repeller with All criteria

Question & Answer:

Question: what chemicals DOES thermacell use? what are its cautions for use?

Answer: So, if I use this product, will the chemical still be harmful to my cat/bees after it has been turned off?

Question: What is the repellent mat made up of? Trying to get an idea of what ingredients are used so I can do some research.

Answer: We just went to a party where this was sitting on the table right next to my husband (he didn’t realize what it was at the time). After about 2 hours of exposure he felt tightness in his chest and has had trouble breathing. Use extreme caution when using this product if you choose to use it at all.

Question: Can you turn it on and off and only use when you need it?

Answer: Yes. Don’t forget to turn it off; you’ll waste the repellent. Don’t use inside the house.

Question: If you have purchased this and used it during a Florida summer, how well did it work for you and is it any better/worse than the candles?

Answer: I bought it in April in Florida because I was grilling outside a lot and the candles weren’t cutting it. This help a lot. Noticeably better

Question: Does it use batteries? Or is it rechargeable?

Answer: No batteries or need to recharge. Ignitor is a simple spark that lites a butane flame which heats the repellent pads.

Question: what chemical is used to deter mosquitos? vague info on site.

Answer: D-cis/trans allethrin 21.97% Other ingredients @ 78.3% not listed.

Question: If the unit is only needed for a few hours at a time, can it be turned on and off or have I wasted a whole cartridge and mat for one use?

Answer: You can turn it on and off at will. Please allow 10- 15 minutes to reach full effectiveness. You can use until mat is completely white. Hope this helps.

Question: What kind of fuel is used?

Answer: Butane capsu

Question: I wonder if I could simply use the pads in my scented wax melter?

Answer: Thermacell products heat to a very precise temperature and keep heat constant, which is much different than a flame. We would not recommend this.

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