Mosquito nets protect us from all kinds of flying vermin such as the mosquito, the tiger mosquito and malaria mosquito, midges and other nuisance insects. Mosquitoes can transmit diseases such as malaria, dengue fever, zika, yellow fever, etc. and of course they cause itchy bumps. Very annoying, especially with children and with hypersensitivity.
Mosquito nets are fine-meshed with a mesh of 256 holes per inch. There are also coarser variants and special ones with a finer mesh (1000 p. Inch) which are necessary in nordic countries in the fight against the mite or sandfly.
Mosquito nets are available in round and rectangular variants. The round has 1 suspension point the rectangular at least 4 suspension points.
When hanging / closing the mosquito net, pay attention that the fabric hangs as freely as possible and reaches the ground. Otherwise the mag still has a chance to get inside the mosquito net.
The big advantage of rectangular mosquito nets is that with a large size you can hang them freely around your bed. When you get out of bed you are not right against the mosquito net. A mosquito net also gives atmosphere in the bedroom. Simply turn your bed into a canopy bed.