The SansBug travel mosquito net is going places. Here is a review from Daniel Kim of ODPC in Herndon, VA:
“We bought 30 SansBug (mosquito net) tents for our church’s missions trip to The Gambia (West Africa) last year. They were perfect for us because we were looking for light and durable tents with good mosquito netting that wouldn’t cost us a small fortune. I would definitely recommend these tents to anyone!
Here are some pictures of our team sleeping in an open courtyard at our base camp. We were given rooms to sleep in but it was just too hot so most of us decided to take our sleeping pads and SansBug tents outside. It was great to sleep in the open air without the worry of getting bitten by mosquitoes. The best thing we love about these tents was the fact that they were so travel friendly. While in The Gambia we visited several different locations to do our work and there were times where we had to stay the night away from our base camp. Because we had our SansBug travel tents we were able to setup and breakdown quickly. This was very important to us because we knew that we didn’t have much time in the morning before we started our day’s work.”
A bed bug infestation in your home will probably not only cause your friends to keep their distance but will also result in many nights of insomnia. So when Amy Terlitsky sent us the email below on returning from Liberia, it was another feather in the cap for SansBug.
“Our team returned safe and sound thanks to our (SansBug) tents. Another point to make about the benefit of your tents, is that IF you get to use them on a bunk bed or a mattress, the sturdy plastic lining helps protect from bed bugs!!! Here is a photo of one of our bunks with the Sansbug tents- we had 6 in all. This photo is from Vonzua – Liberia, Africa.”
The super-fine mesh and the sewn-in polyethylene groundsheet offers total protection from bugs. Even if a bed bug hitches a ride into the tent by landing on your clothes or your bed sheets, there’s not much place to hide inside the tent. So if you don’t want to show up for work half asleep and with itchy red welts, look into sleeping in a SansBug tent. The 1-person tent is 86 inches long so it should fit on a bed without a headboard and footboard. The SansBug should allow you to sleep in peace and comfort while you work on long-term measures to control and get rid of bed bugs permanently.