I love how essential oils work, and smell. And you can use essential oils in your barn to help keep the flying pests away while you make your horse’s stall smell great!
And you can buy bug repellent hang ups for your barn, and well for all of your outside spaces really. But when you already have all of the essential oils, and the beeswax pellets you can also DIY the main part of the repellent hanger.
These are the essential oils I used:
Lemon Grass oil:
Cedar Wood oil:
You just blend all of the oil in a small bowl, and then pour them into a bag of beeswax pellets and let it set for several hours before forming it into clumps to put into a diffuser that you can hang up.
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