Can I use my mosquito zapper in the rain?

During rain, make sure that your mosquito zapper is off.

For many families, having a mosquito zapper in the backyard completely transforms the summer season. Rather than staying inside for fear of these pesky insects and their potentially dangerous bites, you can throw caution to the wind and use your backyard every day. These appliances make the outdoor parts of your property a viable option for spending time, enabling you to expand the usable square-footage and luxury of your current arrangement. 

But for many new users of mosquito zappers and similar extermination devices, there are many questions as to when and how often these devices can be used. Since so many people choose to have their zapper on all the time, making the yard an insect-free area day and night, the question of whether these devices can be used in the rain often comes up. 

Because the water could cause a spark and end up starting a fire, it is not recommended that you keep your bug zapper on during a rain storm. Those who are looking to save electricity and reduce their toll on the environment can consider switching their mosquito zapper on 15 to 30 minutes before heading outside. This will help to rid the area around your yard of any pests that might have flown in, but you won't have to worry about the risk of fire the rest of the time. 

A mosquito-free summer is on everyone's mind, which is why popular bug zapping devices are so common. Just make sure to take proper safety precautions when you use yours and enjoy a fun, bite-free summer. 

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