Labor Day weekend is the perfect time to have an end-of-the-summer cookout! And while it might be very true that this time of year is very hot and humid in many areas (here, for example) and that insects love to crawl, fly, and hover around anything they perceive as “edible” at any time and especially so in weather conditions like these, with an EcoSmartPlastics and Repellem trash bag and tablecloth at your picnic, you’ll have nothing whatsoever to worry about.
Try it yourself. Remember, Ants, gnats, flies, and bees can smell your fried chicken and potato salad from miles away, and they tend to pass the word along to all of their friends, and what does that mean? It means you’re sharing your chocolate cake and lemonade with bugs.
Of course, if you’re using a Repell-em tablecloth on your outdoor table, you won’t have to worry about bugs at all. Even if they smell your food, they won’t come near it because the tablecloth REPELS them.
Don’t worry about any “dangerous” pesticides or poisons in the tablecloth, either. That tablecloth is so safe, you could lay your chicken leg right on it and spoon your baked beans from it and you’d be just fine. Your mom would smack your hand for being rude, but you’d deserve it. The point is, you wouldn’t suffer ANY effects from it! Other than what your mom doles out, that is.
Repell-em products are all-natural, remember? There is nothing in them that could hurt a human in any way. They smell GOOD to humans, too.
It’s just the animal kingdom that finds Repell-em products repulsive. That’s a GOOD thing!
Not only are EcoSmartPlastics and Repellem products extremely effective at keeping almost any bug or animal away, the products are also sturdy and strong, and can be used and re-used many times. For example, we’re cooking out tomorrow, and the bright red Repellem tablecloth we’ll be using has already been used twice for our summer cookouts. In other words, not only is the plastic super strong, the repellant that’s in it is also super strong, and lasts for weeks.
Bon appetite, y’all. And a bug-free Labor Day cookout to you all.