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You've finally chosen the best string lights for your outdoor space after much debate and research. But now you need to figure out the perfect location to hang them. Don't let the numerous options overwhelm you! Get optimal mosquito repellency and ambiance with these fun ways to use TIKI® Brand BiteFighter® Mosquito Repellent String Lights

For step by step instructions on how to install BiteFighter® String Lights, check out this video on our YouTube channel.

Square Formation

To maximize your coverage against mosquitoes, use 1 strand of lights and form a square from the back of your house. Complete the square by connecting the opposite ends of the lights to a shed, garage, trees or even wooden beams. Now you're ready to enjoy your lights with 330 square feet of proven mosquito protection. 




Is your fire pit the star of the show? Place string lights around the fire pit area to spruce up the environment and protect against mosquito bites. Installing wooden beams or poles around the fire pit area offers a chic solution for hanging your lights. Pre-dig holes or pour cement into decorative pots to set the beams and get your evening started! 




Create a fairytale feel by hanging your TIKI Brand BiteFighter LED String Lights in a large tree in your backyard. This gives your backyard a romantic energy while providing proven and effective mosquito repellency* all night long. 



Balcony or Railing

Do you live in a city and have a small outdoor space such as a porch or balcony? Fear not! String lights can gussy up your big city balcony too. Drape your string lights or wrap them around the railing to keep your small space cozy. 




End your evening on a relaxing note. Lounge on your porch surrounded by the warm glow of your BiteFighter LED String Lights. Hanging string lights in a square pattern prevents mosquitoes and optimizes the area for the perfect comforting glow. 



The Unexpected

Want to wow your guests? Think outside the box with your outdoor lighting! If the highlight of your yard is a small gathering space, consider hanging your string lights from a sun umbrella. This eliminates the need for more time-consuming installation and still offers an ambiance your neighbors will envy. 


* Based on studies which demonstrated a reduction in mosquitoes compared to untreated controls. Use as directed. Efficacy may be affected by weather conditions, configuration and distance from repellent pods, and individual physical factors. Season assumed as 200 hours or 90 days at an average use of 2.4 hours per day.