New Mountain sandalwood mosquito diffuser

An effective mosquito repellant with no harmful chemicals or paraffin to breathe in.  Natural alternative to mozzie coils that contain usually unspecified, highly toxic ingredients. Made in WA from sandalwood and essential oils.

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The sticks are burned, producing a pleasant Sandalwood aroma that repels mosquitos. This specially-designed diffuser effectively disperses the smoke horizontally at low level, catches the ash and protects children and pets from the hot tip. Sticks can be extinguished and relit.

The metal diffuser is black, 46.5cm high and has a cast iron base.

Refill sticks are also available here in 3 hour size, plus a new nifty little portable diffuser is also available here.

Sandalwood mosquito sticks are a great planet and people-friendly alternative for the parrafin citronella candles and mossie coils normally used to repel mosquitos.

Citronella and almost all candles are made from paraffin, a petrochemical product. You can read more about paraffin candles under our News & Views page. Of most concern are mossie coils that do not specify the ingredients you are breathing in.

Postage & handling charge: please note, that due to its size and weight an additional postage & handling charge may apply to this item if you live in a regional area (even if your order is over $175 in value). We will check with you to approve first.

By (Boondall, Australia) on 07 Nov. 2018 (New Mountain sandalwood mosquito diffuser) :

Pretty and smells nice

This isn't bad, didn't really have much of a chance at using it before winter set in and there wasn't a need for it but it smells nice and looks pretty. Will have to wait until summer to see if it keeps away the mozzies at all

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