Does Listerine Keep Mosquitoes Away?

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No, Listerine does not keep mosquitoes away. To repel a mosquito, a lotion or something must contain pyrethrum, an insecticide. Some things attract mosquito. For instance, dark clothing, carbon dioxide, and lactic acid, after eating salty or high-potassium foods all attract mosquitoes.
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