Mosquitoes Can Be Stopped
One of the biggest annoyances of the summer is also one of the biggest killers in the history of man. It’s not wars or natural disasters, but the common mosquito. This tiny little pest can cause some serious damage. It carries diseases like yellow fever, malaria, West Nile virus, and a host of other viruses and parasites from person to person. Experts believe that mosquito-borne diseases kill a staggering one million people each year, most of whom are young children in sub-Saharan Africa. One of the best ways to limit the devastation caused by mosquitoes is with mesh mosquito netting. To work properly, the mesh used in these lifesavers has to be able to stop insects from getting in, while being fine enough to allow for a healthy flow of air.
At Jason Mills, we are proud to offer a mosquito mesh that we feel can meet the needs of this difficult but important challenge. Our 100% polyester mosquito mesh has a stitch count of 600 holes per inch and, with a thickness of 13.5 millimeters, is strong enough to stand up to even the harshest conditions without impeding airflow.
Not all of the world’s mosquito netting is made with our mesh, but we know that our mosquito mesh has what it takes to stop mosquitoes from spreading disease across the globe, or prevent itchy bites in your backyard.