Mosquito Magnet Replacement Net for Liberty
DetailsMOSQUITO MAGNET LIBERTY NET (3-PK) FOR LIBERTYMosquito Magnet Replacment Net
Nets that are clogged with dead mosquitoes, spiders, pollen and dust will have an adverse effect on the vacuum's ability (airflow) to work optimally.
Start each season with a new Mosquito Magnet Liberty Net and replace every 21 days or sooner. The rigid bag is self-contained, allowing for easy disposal and replacement. Whether constructed with rigid nets or nets with drawstrings, our self-contained nets eliminate any direct contact with the dead insects. Package contains 3 nets.
Protect your family from mosquitoes and biting insects who may carry serious diseases - keep your Mosquito Magnet at peak performance with regular replacement of attractants and nets along with utilizing our proprietary QuickClear cartridges.
MPN: MM3000NET-3 UPC: 686513593033
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