remington-solar-solamist-lawncareAre you interested in mosquito and insect misting? Wondering why the professionally installed system quote you just got (from the other guys) was well over $2500? Let’s discuss here!

37 thoughts on “SolaMist Discussion HERE

  1. Chuck says:

    Can you just use this SolaMist to water outdoor plants that are in pots in my patio to keep them from withering and dying. I am sometimes gone for two-three weeks at a time and do not want to depend on neighbors or relatives from coming buy and watering the plants. I realize it is made for mosquitoes, etc, but if I just put water in will that work.

    • Sabina Mathews says:

      I have not heard of any one doing this before but I don’t see why not. Just make sure that you are not adding anything other water.

  2. Mark Ghobril says:

    I have been looking for a system and I only begun my research. I have found other systems being a lot more money and use harmful pesticides!!! This seems idea and amazing system. I love the fact that it is truly organic and natural. Now I just need to get my hands on one 🙂 I have sent an email to support as I have seen you advise others. How and why are you different, other than what I just mentioned?

  3. Jack Garrett says:

    I have been interested in purchasing this for a couple of years but everytime I try it is out of stock EVERYWHERE. I’m beginning to think it doesn’t even exist. And I never see any information about when it will be availanle again. Is this even a real product ?

  4. Andre says:

    I have had my SolaMist for about a year now and I noticed this week it stopped working. I checked the amount of fluid in the system and it’s at about 25% capacity. So I was checking the screen to make sure the times are set correctly and I noticed the system is not powered up. I installed the direct current (removed the solar pannel) last summer. I checked the circuit and I have 110 volts coming out of the wall, no extension cord used. Anyone have any idea why or what might be the issue?

  5. Sean says:

    I would like to purchase a system but they are not available any where!!! Need help fast, we have mosquitos all day and night. They are constant

  6. Alison Johnson says:

    Will this be available again soon? Does it work for no see ums? We have a very good mosquito control here in the Florida keys, so mosquitoes are not a problem. I need this for the no see ums.

  7. Jay Dickerson says:

    I am located on Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri. Our biggest problem is spiders, both on the dock and on the deck around the house. Will this system control the spider population?

  8. Paul says:

    I received and installed the new non-wifi timer control. The wires for the low fluid sensor are too short and there is no instructions on where to connect them.

    • Murray Smith says:

      The only reason they would be too short is if you accidentally cut them too short. The small sensor wires connect to the opposing 2 wires, doesn’t matter which one, just complete the circuit.

  9. Ron Babers says:

    Just installed unit yesterday and tested it to find any leaks. It is mounted on the back of house and around deck. It worked yesterday manually with fob and control pad. I tried to program and I seemed to stall; couldn’t finish with time for evening cycle. I tried the manual cycle again and it would come on for about three or four seconds. I turned it off and back on and repeated with same results.

  10. Jackie says:

    Hello! I am so very confused. We just got our solamist and though we were informed ahead of time it would no longer be wifi, I, for the life of me cannot find where to plug in the solar panel into the system with this new control panel. We have day mosquitos here so we need control fast! And we’re hosting a backyard birthday party the day after tomorrow 🙁 any help is much appreciated! Thank you!

  11. Don says:

    Where do you plug it in and got the 110 voltage but I can’t find the two prong plug in for the solar panel

    • Murray Smith says:

      Great question. Hydrodynamics dictate that you can use more tubing, but keep the nozzle maximum at 30. We do sell extra tubing by the foot. I wouldn’t suggest “hundreds of additional feet”, but you can certainly add additional tubing without changing the performance.

  12. Barry Hamm says:

    What I didn’t tell you that your machine was off all summer and I had to fight my way through the no-seeums and mosquitoes to turn it on but after the battery charged and it sprayed, the bugs were gone. For the fist time in 5 yrs. we could sit on our patio and not get eaten alive. We have tried many things but your is the only thing that works.
    Barry Hamm

  13. Murray Smith says:

    We have had several customers call us about a new use for SolaMist. Get this: backyard flea and tick control. By using cedar oil, in specific low doses, SolaMist will treat an entire backyard to prevent fleas and ticks. Contact us for more information. 214-257-8300.

  14. Adam (recent actual reviewer) says:

    5.0 out of 5

    Recommended Product

    The day the Solamist arrived (super fast delivery – 2 days) I immediately wanted to set it up; because we had a huge mosquito problem last year. You could not sit outside with out being eaten up. So, I knew it was going to be bad again. I set up the system in about an hour. Super simple, just make sure you measure out the hose properly to spread out the nozzles evenly. I did not have a good place ground level, so I mounted the solar panel on the fence. Easily done by bending the brackets and drilling a hole through them for the mounting screws. Then I had to wait, as like any solar device it need four hours of sun for the initial charge. Next day, I filled it up and went to turn it on, but could not find the on switch to the control unit (right side of device). So I called the customer service and they pointed out that was the primary on/off switch, but stayed on the line with me while I walked through wireless and iPhone setup. This was super easy too. I love the overall design of the product, wireless and smart phone feature, but the greatest thing NO MORE MOSQUITOES. A must buy for the backyard.

    • Murray Smith says:

      Thank you, Adam, for the kind comments. We’re here to help. The network iPhone app is great, but it’s not a necessity. You can always manage your spray schedules directly on the controller.

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