Great Interest in Newspaper That Protects From Mosquitoes

Great Interest in Newspaper That Protects From Mosquitoes. The Mawbima newspaper published in Sri Lanka has the feature of protecting the reader from mosquitoes. A chemical mixed with the paper of the newspaper, which acts as a mosquito repellent, prevents mosquitoes from approaching the reader. People flock to the kiosks to buy the newspaper. In this way, the newspaper increased its circulation by 30 percent.

The Mawbima newspaper published in Sri Lanka has the feature of protecting the reader from mosquitoes. A chemical mixed with the paper of the newspaper, which acts as a mosquito repellent, prevents mosquitoes from approaching the reader. People flock to the kiosks to buy the newspaper. In this way, the newspaper increased its circulation by 30 percent.

The Mawbima newspaper published in Sri Lanka protects its readers from deadly mosquitoes thanks to the "citronella oil" it uses in its paper.

According to the news in the British newspaper The Independent, Mawbima newspaper, which uses "citronella oil" as well as ink on its paper, is referred to as an "anti-mosquito newspaper" by many readers.

People looking for a cure for dengue fever, which is common in the country, flock to kiosks to buy the newspaper in the morning and evening hours when flies are high.

The newspaper, which previously used paper with "citronella oil" only in its advertisement pages, started to remove all pages with its new mixture after it was proven to provide protection against mosquitoes.

It is stated in the newsprint that after the change that started in April, sales increased by 30 percent.

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Source: Nationality

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